Here are some new titles from the British publishing company St. Jerome Publishing, exclusively distributed in the United States by i.b.d., Ltd.
Five new publications, each of which will sharpen your skills and/or broaden your views.
For a complete list of St Jerome publications please check the web site below:
Revising and Editing for Translators
2001; pap.; 117 pp
ISBN 1900650452 $26.50
Revising and editing are tasks translators are increasingly called upon to do, but are rarely trained for. This books will help the translator improve editing skills. It includes detailed coverage of a wide range of topics, including: copyediting, stylistic editing, structural editing, checking for
consistency, use of computer aids, revision parameters, degrees of revision, self-revision and quality assessment.
Deconstruction and Translation
2001; pap.; 115 pp.
ISBN 1900650282 $34.00
This title explains the ways in which many practical and theoretical problems of translation can be rethought in the light of the work of the French philosopher Jacques Derrida.
Olohan, M. (ed.)
2000; pap.; 279 pp.
ISBN 1900650444 $38.50
Intercultural Faultlines offers an exploration of research models and methods in translation studies, as implemented, discussed and critically evaluated by some of the leading researchers in the field of translation and interpreting
2001; pap.; 208 pp.
ISBN 1900650363 $39.50
Dialogue interpreting is a generic term covering a diverse range of fields of interpreting which have in common the basic feature of face-to-face interaction between three parties: the interpreter and (at least) two other speakers. The interaction consists of spontaneous dialogue, involving
relatively short turns at talk, in two languages. It is usually goal-directed in the sense that there is some outcome to be negotiated. The studies in this volume cover several different fields: courtroom interpreting, doctor-patient interviews, immigration interviews, etc., and involve a
range of different languages: Spanish, Portuguese, Polish, More and Austrian Sign Language.
They have in common that they view the interpreter as just one of the parties to this three-way exchange, in which each participant\'s moves can affect each other participant and thus the outcome of the event.
Bibliography of Translation Studies
2000; 3rd ed.; pap; 105 pp.
ISBN 1900650355 $26.50
A volume of selected, annotated references arranged under specific headings to provide a
non-partisan guide to teachers involved in designing courses in translation and/or interpreting.
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