Friday, November 4, 2016
There was a post on this blog back in July about Young Interpreters and Roma Children in the UK. To find it, enter roma in the Search box on the right.
Now an enlightening new article has appeared about interpreting and translating Romanes (aka Romani), the Roma language; and surprisingly it comes from Canada. It appears in the latest issue of Circuit, the prizewinning magazine of the Quebec professional translators and interpreters association OTTIAQ, and it's available online (see Reference).
Truly times have changed. I didn't even know there were Roma in Canada, far less that there were these services for them. Thank you, Deborah.
Deborah Folaron (of Concordia University, Montreal). Interpreting Romani – A Canadian Overview. Circuit, No. 132, Autumn 2016. Click [here] or go to http://www.circuitmagazine.org/dossier-132/interpreting-romani-a-canadian-overview.
Posted by translatology at 1:45 AM
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