More training tools for interpreters that go beyond a dry text-heavy document. Find the other Intrepre-Memes here. This is one is one of my favourites, even if it comes from the author of “White Man’s Burden”. The next was a recent discovery while reading Tolkien’s Letters. It is, I will admit, written a very OxfordContinue reading “Interpre-Memes, Pt 2”
Training tools for interpreters that go beyond a dry text-heavy document. This is one I found on facebook and inspired my own creations. My first try was a bit explanatory, but tried to get across one of my fundamental principles of interpretation. My second effort was a bit more in keeping with modern memes. Here’sContinue reading “Interpre-Memes”
This article was originally published in InterpScan, the Interpretation Canada magazine in Spring 2011. Why do this?