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Book review: Deconstructing Traditional Notions in Translation Studies: Two exemplary cases that challenge thinking regarding translation history and teaching translation, by Edgar Moros

  In order to set the context of what translation is, I will quote the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) description of translation performance: Translation is the process of transferring text from one language into another. It is a complex skill requiring several abilities. The term “translation” is normally reserved for written renditions of written materials. Translation is thereby distinct from interpretation, which

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The Summer 2017 Issue of Intercambios Is Out!

    ENJOY THE LATEST ISSUE OF INTERCAMBIOS! In this issue From My Desk By Rosario ‘Charo’ Welle Editorial By Yilda Ruiz Monroy Mil hojas Anortogratofilia By Olga Lucía Mutis ¿Cómo se dice en México? By Andre Moskowitz Book Review: Deconstructing Traditional Notions in Translation Studies: Two exemplary cases that challenge thinking regarding translation history and teaching translation, by Edgar Moros

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The Spring 2016 Issue of Intercambios Is Out!

Enjoy the latest issue of Intercambios! This issue features:  From my Desk by Francesca Samuel Editorial by Yolanda Secos Entrevista a Francesca Samuel by María Ester Capurro Professional Involvement -Buddies Welcome Newbies 2015 by Helen Eby and Jamie Hartz -Why You Should Participate in the School Outreach Program by Molly Yurick ATA56: To The Gardens, Hi Ho! by Jesse Tomlinson Upcoming

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