Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Jacolyn Harmer

Professor, Translation and Interpretation
In our Faculty Authors collection:

P306.2.E325 2009
Harmer, Jacolyn. "Interpreting tomorrow: What is in the pipeline?" in Junko, Matsunawa, chairperson. East Meets West: Current Interpreting Trends. Osaka: Entaitoru Shuppan, 2009.

P40.5.L54H69 2010
Harmer, Jacolyn; Gillen, Michael; & Gueldry, Michel. "The Monterey Model: An Interdisciplinary Platform for Integrating Professional Core Competencies" in Gueldry, Michel (ed.). How Globalizing Professions Deal with National Languages: Studies in Cultural Conflict and Cooperation. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 2010.

P306.I55 2007
Harmer, Jacolyn.  “Relay interpretation: a preliminary study” in Pochhacker, Franz; Jakobsen, Arnt Lykke; and Mees, Inger M., editors.  Interpreting Studies and Beyond: a Tribute to Miriam Schlesinger.  Frederiksberg: Samfundslitteratur, 2007.

P306.I57 2002
Lederer, Marianne.  Harmer, Jacolyn, translator.  “Simultaneous interpretation: units of meaning and other features” in Pochhacker, Franz and Shlesinger, Miriam, editors.  The Interpreting Studies Reader.  New York: Routledge, 2002.

P306.2.S3513 1995
Seleskovitch, Danica.  Harmer, Jacolyn, translator.  A Systematic Approach to Teaching Interpretation.  United States: s.n., 1995.

P306.5.M668 1989
Harmer, Jacolyn and Degueldre, Christian. "Pedagogical lessons derived from a team teaching experience" in Middlebury Institute of International Studies. Twentieth anniversary symposium: the training of teachers of translation and interpretation. Monterey, CA: Middlebury Institute of International Studies, 1989.