Matthews, Gladys and Enrica Ardemagni. “Judicial interpretation education in U.S. colleges and universities. The path to academic recognition”. Translation and Interpreting Studies 8:1(2013), 73-93.
The article draws a general profile of interpreter education in academic institutions, including program overview (name, location, and level: graduate or undergraduate), requirements for admissions, program type and structure, faculty, student demographics, code of ethics taught, curriculum and pedagogy, student assessment, and experiential learning. Because of copyright issues, I cannot reproduce my article on this blog, but would be more than happy to provide details of the study to those interested in knowing more about it. While our contribution is rather modest, it required a great effort and we are thrilled it was published in a major journal of the field of translation and interpretation studies. We hope it will be provide useful data for scholars and researchers and generate additional research opportunities in this field.