Who could possibly defend us now? Exploring the application of ally theory in community interpreting from a Latin American service-user perspective

Back in November, I presented at the 2022 conference organised by the Australian Institute of Interpreters and Translators (AUSIT). Days after, I flew back to Argentina and promptly forgot that it ever happened, until a dear colleague asked for permission to share the presentation with someone else.

So here it is! It briefly summarises the results of the research conducted as part of a Master of Language and Culture which I finished what feels like a lifetime ago.

If, like me, you’re a methodology nerd who’s particularly interested in how research itself intersects with larger forms of oppression, you can read more about the horizontal methodologies I explored throughout that project in this open access article published by the journal Interpreting & Society.

If you have any questions, similar interests or exciting projects, get in touch!

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