A Discourse of Danger and Loss: Interpreters on Interpreting for the European Parliament

Kent, Stephanie Jo. (2009) “A Discourse of Danger and Loss: Interpreters on Interpreting for the European Parliament.” In Quality in Interpreting: A Shared Responsibility, Sandra Hale and Uldis Ozolins (Eds.). Benjamins Translation Library 87. John Benjamin’s Publishing Company. (Abstract)

“I Don’t Know”: Engaging with Problematic Moments in Multicultural Education

Kent, Stephanie Jo, and James Cumming. (Spring 2008) “I Don’t Know”: Engaging with Problematic Moments in Multicultural Education. Radical Pedagogy 9:2. International Consortium for the Advancement of Academic Publication. http://radicalpedagogy.icaap.org/content/issue9_2/Kent_Cumming.html

‘Why Bother?’ Institutionalization, Interpreter Decisions, and Power Relations

Kent, Stephanie Jo. (2007) “‘Why Bother?’ Institutionalization, Interpreter Decisions, and Power Relations”. In Professionalisation of Interpreting in the Community, C. Wadensjo,  B.E. Dimitrova, & A.L. Nilsson ( Eds). Benjamins Translation Library 70.  John Benjamin’s Publishing Company. (Abstract)

The Interpreter and Interrupting:  Cultural and Group Dynamics

Kent, Stephanie Jo and Potter, Anne.  (2005). The Interpreter and Interrupting:  Cultural and Group Dynamics. International Perspectives on Interpreting: Selected proceedings from the Supporting Deaf People online conferences 2001 – 2005. http://www.directlearn.co.uk/ashop/catalogue  (Abstract)

A Different Role: Sign Language Interpreters and the Practical Management of Communication