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Basic bibliography: Court Interpretation

Berk-Seligson, Susan. The Bilingual Courtroom: Court Interpreters in the Judicial Process. With a new Chapter. Chicago: Univ of Chicago Press, 2002.

Crooker, Constance E.The Art of Legal Interpretation: A Guide for Court Interpreters. Portland, Oregon : Portland State Univ, Continuing Education Press, 1996

Edwards, Alicia B. The Practice of Court Interpreting. Benjamins Translation Library, 1995.

Frankenthaler, M.R. Skills for Bilingual Legal Personnel. Cincinnati: South-Western Publishing Company, 1982.

Garzone, Giuliana & Viezzi, Maurizio (eds) Interpreting in the 21st Century: Challenges and opportunities. Benjamins Translation Library, University of Bologna / University of Trieste, 2002.

de Jongh, Elena M. An Introduction to Court Interpreting Theory and Practice. Lanham, New York & London: University Press of America, 1992.

Gonzalez, R.D., Vasquez, V. & Mikkelson, H. Fundamentals of Court Interpretation. Durham, NC : Carolina Academic Press, 1991.

Katan, David. Translating Cultures: an introduction for translators, interpreters and mediators. Manchester, UK and Northampton, MA: St. Jerome Publishing, 1999.

Mikkelson, Holly An Introduction to Court Interpreting. Manchester, UK and Northampton, MA: St. Jerome Publishing, 2000.

Mikkelson, Holly. The Interpreter's Companion. (with glossaries of useful terminology) Spreckels, CA: Acebo, 1993.

Moore, Joanne I. Immigrants in Courts. University of Washington Press, 1999.

O'Barr, William M. Linguistic Evidence: Language, Power, and Strategy in the Courtroom. New York, London, Paris: Academic Press, 1982

Trabing, M. Eta. Manual for Judiciary Interpreters. Research Triangle Publishing, 1998.

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