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Recent Articles: October 2012

 

The Words We Use to Describe Ourselves
By Nataly Kelly
For us, the intricacies of how we refer to and define our own professions seem plain as day. For outsiders, things are not so simple. So who is right?

Lessons We Can Learn from the Olympics
By Jennifer De La Cruz
The Olympics provided the ultimate example of achievement that we can use to inspire us in our own professional lives.

Reviewing Found in Translation: How Language Shapes Our Lives and
Transforms the World
By Corinne McKay
Nataly Kelly and Jost Zetzsche’s new book explores how language is the engine of human interaction, from the mundane to the life-threatening.

Let’s Talk About English
By Madeline Newman Rios
Here is a look at some of the myths and challenges of the English language from the
perspective of a language practitioner.

Sitting Down with InterpretAmerica’s Barry Slaughter Olsen and Katharine Allen
By María Cristina de la Vega
The co-founders of InterpretAmerica share their thoughts on the profession, including
training, industry fragmentation, and technology.