Holly Mikkelson

List of John Benjamins publications for which Holly Mikkelson plays a role.

Journal

Titles

Introduction to Healthcare for Spanish-speaking Interpreters and Translators

Ineke H.M. Crezee, Holly Mikkelson and Laura Monzon-Storey

[Not in series, 193] 2015. xxviii, 388 pp.
Subjects Interpreting | Romance linguistics | Translation Studies
Subjects History of linguistics | Interpreting | Translation Studies

Articles

Mikkelson, Holly, Amy Slay, Patricia Szasz and Bob Cole 2019 Innovations in online interpreter education: A graduate certificate program in community interpretingThe Evolving Curriculum in Interpreter and Translator Education: Stakeholder perspectives and voices, Sawyer, David B., Frank Austermühl and Vanessa Enríquez Raído (eds.), pp. 161–184
Interpreter training has been a late-comer to the rapidly growing field of online education. The Spanish Community Interpreting Graduate Certificate at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey was originally designed for a hybrid instructional format, a combination of… read more | Chapter
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Mikkelson, Holly and Barry Slaughter Olsen 2014 Translators’ forewordFrom Paris to Nuremberg: The birth of conference interpreting, Baigorri-Jalón, Jesús, pp. 5–8
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The role of the court interpreter in the United States, as in many other countries, has been defined by the legal profession in light of important precepts of the adversarial justice system. Interpreters, who are considered officers of the court, are strictly forbidden to give advice or provide… read more | Article
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The following review on ethics in interpreting is published as an invitation to our readers for short contributions on a highly explosive subject in the field of interpreting. Please address all contributions to the Editors ([email protected], [email protected]) with a copy to the… read more | Miscellaneous
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Various federal and state statutes in the United States define the role of the court interpreter with clear and unequivocal rules. This definition is based on the underlying principles of the U.S. legal system, which is derived from the Anglo-Saxon common-law tradition. Consequently, the… read more | Article
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Mikkelson, Holly 1996 Community interpreting: An emerging professionInterpreting 1:1, pp. 125–129
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