Dmitry Buzadzhi has recently published a new article in Russian discussing the practicum in interpretation at MIIS.
The article can be found in the (2017) Bridges, 3(55) journal.
Faculty Cyril Flerov attended ATA 2015 and made a presentation on Remote simultaneous Interpretation. Check out the slides here!
Best to download it and listen to wearing a headset. Then you ll understand the difference in sound quality better.
Prof. Christiane Abel, Prof. Laura Burian, and Prof. Barry Olsen are currently interpreting for the GLACIER Conference in Anchorage, Alaska, with Secretary Kerry and President Obama among the speakers.
The Conference on Global Leadership in the Arctic: Cooperation, Innovation, Engagement and Resilience, or GLACIER, will highlight international and domestic priorities in the Arctic. The Department of State hosted GLACIER in Anchorage, Alaska on August 31st.
From left to right: Cricia Lee (CI 2008), Prof. Laura Burian, Céline Colvin (CI 2007 and adjunct in TIFR last year), Prof. Christiane Abel, Prof. Barry Olsen.
Congratulations to Prof. Heekyeong in publishing her co-authored book, Teaching by Principles: An Interactive Approach to Language Pedagogy (4th Edition). You can find it here on Amazon!
MIIS Professor Cyril Flerov has recently published an article on the AIIC webpage. The article is titled “The mirror is originally clean”: Simultaneous interpreting as a form of dynamic mediation. To read the article visit: http://aiic.net/page/6993
MIIS Professor Jinhuei Dai has recently published a book. It is titled Life, Cognition and Teaching Chinese. The book has 17 chapters: (1) Life, Cognition and Teaching Languages, (2) Categorization, (3) Prominence, (4) Perspective, (5) Instantiation, (6) Cognition and Grammar Instruction: BA Construction, (7) Cognition and Semantics, (8) Cognition and Pragmatics, (9) Metaphor and Cognition, (10) Cognition and Mental Space Theory, (11) Eastern and Western Ways of Thinking, (12) Personhood and Human Rights, (13) Cognition and Teaching Chinese Characters, (14) Cognition and Curriculum Design, (15) Cognition and Digital Instructional Design, (16) Chinese Heritage Language Education: Motivation and Cognition, and (17) The Journey to the Way. Each chapter starts with a photo or picture in life and a quote in English to relate our life to teaching and theories, then followed a section of relating teaching to cognitive linguistics and cognition in general.
Congratulations Professor Dai!
You can read some of Professor Dai’s book (in Chinese) here.
MIIS Faculty Lisa Donohoe Luscombe has recently been published. The article is called Language and identity in a post-Soviet world: language of education and linguistic identity among Azerbaijani students.
Lisa’s article was published by the journal, Nationalities Paper: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity, and can be found at this link: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/.VADD89JdXcg#.VADH8tJdXcg
Professor Anthony Pym will give two lectures next month.
Ohio State University
Lecture and workshop on translation as a model for the revitalization of the humanities
Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Lecture on cognitive research on translation processes
Professor Holly Mikkelson and Professor Barry Olsen were mentioned by Marjory Bancroft in INTERSECT of their translation of From Paris to Nuremberg: The Birth of Conference Interpreting by Jesús Baigorri-Jalón (translated by Holly Mikkelson and Barry Olsen), John Benjamins, 2014.
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