BOOK REVIEW OF INTERPRETER TRAINING IN CONTEXT: EUROPEAN AND CHINESE MODELS RECONSIDERED
Interpreter Training in Context: European and Chinese Models Reconsidered is part of Springer’s “New Frontiers in Translation Studies” book series and is divided into six chapters with an appendix. In the work, Jie Liu adopts a comparative approach to provide detailed insights into the relevant models underpinning (conference) interpreter education in Europe and China.
Liu, Jie (2020). Interpreting Training in Context: European and Chinese Models Reconsidered. Cham: Springer.
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