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New Voices in Translation Studies Special Issue 27 (2022)

Guest Editors


Alejandra González Campanella
Agustina Marianacci

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Editors' Introduction

Editorial

 

ARTICLES

Contextualizing Trauma in Trauma-Informed Interpreting: A Narrative Literature Review
Tasnim-Musa Naimi, UNITED STATES

Abstract in English and Arabic                                             Article         1 – 36

An X-ray of the Telephone Interpreting Service during the First Nights of the Refugees’ Evacuation from Afghanistan to Spain
Raquel Lázaro Gutiérrez and Gabriel Cabrera Méndez, SPAIN

Abstract in English                                                               Article           37 – 63

Emotional Challenges of Interpreters Working with Refugees in Türkiye
Aslı Polat Ulaş, TÜRKİYE

Abstract in English                                                               Article            64 – 89

Interpreters’ Resilience and Self-care During Pandemic Restrictions in Australia and New Zealand
Ineke Crezee and Miranda Lai, AUSTRALIA & AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND

Abstract in English                                                               Article            90 – 118

Addressing Vicarious Trauma and Emotional Stress Among Medical Interpreters Through Care, Partnership and Respect
Jessica Goldhirsch, Nina Scott, Yilu Ma and Janet Abrahm, UNITED STATES

Abstract in English, Spanish and Traditional Chinese          Article           119 – 141

 

PRACTITIONERS' COMMENTARY


Interpreting, Trauma and Disaster in Ōtautahi Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand: A Decade of Learnings
Sally Carlton, Lesley Campbell and Erwin Lacruz, AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND

Abstract                                                                       Commentary           142 – 159

BOOK REVIEW

 Reviewer: Kalliopi Pasmatzi 

Title reviewed: Todorova, Marija, Ruiz Rosendo, Lucía (eds) (2021) Interpreting Conflict: A Comparative Framework

Book review                                                                                                          160 – 165

 

ABSTRACTS OF PhD THESES


Towards a Trauma-Informed Approach to Interpreting for Refugee-Background Clients in Aotearoa New Zealand
Alejandra González Campanella
University of Auckland, AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND

Abstracts in English and Spanish

An Investigation into the Interpreters’ Challenges in Conflict Zones: Yemen as a Case in Point
Ahmed Mohammed Moneus Department of English, Faculty of Languages, Sana’a University, YEMEN

Abstracts in English and Arabic 

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