Mari Noda, Professor of Japanese at the Ohio State University, teaches all levels of Japanese and has focused on advanced levels and study abroad programs in the last several years. She participated in an intensive interpreting workshop of the East Asian Studies Center at the Ohio State University in May of 2016, and hopes to develop a course dedicated to interpreting from the perspective of the performed culture approach, which guides all of her language teaching and material development. She is currently working on a volume of field performances for study abroad students.
Japanese Translation/Interpreting Courses at North American Universities: Language Teaching and Training for Future Professionals
An increasingly globalized economy and changing demographics have recently drawn more attention to translation and translator training. Thus, after...