Consecutive Interpreting: A Short Course — a new textbook by Andrew Gillies

It’s time for another book review! This latest one has been published in the May issue of Communicate!, AIIC’s webzine. In this review, I tell readers about Andrew Gillies’ latest interpreter training textbook, which came out in April of this year. It’s called Conference Interpreting: A Short Course (Routledge, 2019), and if you want to find out more, then click on the link below to read on.

Consecutive Interpreting: A Short Course — a new textbook by Andrew Gillies

… interpreter trainers will find in Consecutive Interpreting: A Short Course a “one-stop shop”, a handy compendium of the various facets of consecutive interpreting that they can use to structure their curriculum, plan their classes, and organise their students’ practice.

One thought on “Consecutive Interpreting: A Short Course — a new textbook by Andrew Gillies

  1. Thank you for reviewing this Gillie’s latest interpreting text book. I had been looking for a consecutive interpreting book for students and instructors. I think this would be a good book to add to my collection.

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