List of John Benjamins publications for which Anne Martin plays a role.
The objective of this article is to explore issues of ideology in situations of interpreting in conflict zones. Research into interpreting in conflict zones is quite recent and has shed light on interesting aspects. Ideology is clearly present in war situations and may condition the interpreter’s… read more | Article
Traditionally, court interpreting arrangements in Spain have been less than adequate, with few enforceable requirements regarding the training and accreditation of those involved. However, the high profile trial of those accused of perpetrating the 2004 Madrid train bombings marked a turning point… read more | Article
This paper examines the experience, perceptions and narratives of the interpreters who worked at the trial of the Madrid terrorist attacks of 11th March 2004. Using semi-structured interviews as an instrument, information was sought from the members of the interpreting team regarding their role and… read more | Article
This paper presents the results of a study aimed at determining how community interpreters in Spain perceive their work. The study involves interpreters in different settings including hospitals, social services, emergency and civil defense organisations, the security forces and the law courts. It… read more | Article
Martin, Anne and Carmen Valero Garcés.
2008. 1. Introduction
. Crossing Borders in Community Interpreting: Definitions and dilemmas, Valero Garcés, Carmen and Anne Martin (eds.), pp. 1–7
This chapter presents the results of a self-perception study carried out amongst public service interpreters in Andalusia, southern Spain. The interpreters involved work in different settings including hospitals, social services, emergency services, education, police and courts. The aim of the… read more | Article