“Choosing Linguistic Equivalents Ethically” with Leyel Hudson

HOTID presents:
“Choosing Linguistic Equivalents Ethically” with Leyel Hudson

Date: November 11, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM

As interpreters, we convey the content of a message, but matching the source language’s register and implied meaning in the target language can be difficult. We will explore register, connotation, and denotation within language. We will explore various English as well as ASL interpretations and discuss why certain interpretations may ultimately be closer linguistic and cultural equivalents.

McLennan Community College
Waco, Texas

.6 CEUs Pending Approval BEI/RID

All levels of interpreters and students welcome.

Workshop presented primarily in spoken English. Please contact HOTID for special requests/accommodations.

Mail payment with name and workshop date by 10/29/17 for early bird rate.

For registration, cancellations or accommodations: [email protected]

Early Bird
HOTID member – $35
Non-member – $50
Student – $25

At The Door
HOTID member – $40
Non-Member – $55
Student – $30

Flyer link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B23f5G2GA2FxSXFUUEJRc2E4cDg/view?usp=sharing

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