Interpreter Resources: Interpreter Journals

This guide points to different types of interpreting and library resources.

Finding Interpreting Articles

The image is a journal cover entitled (gold font) "Sign Language Studies" with a white logo, an evergreen background. and evergreen lettering.

Below are some journals we subscribe to that are related to the interpreting profession. You can click on the journal title to search for articles if it's in a database, or find the print journal.. Interpreting journals tend to be in the call number HV 2402 area. Check out the Article Databases tab for other related titles that have interpreting articles as well.

ATA Chronicle
Interpreter and Translator Trainer
International Journal of Interpreter Education
International Journal of Translation and Interpreting Research
Interpreting: International Journal of Research and Practice in Interpreting
Journal of Interpretation
Journal of Interpretation Research
Sign Language & Linguistics
Sign Language Studies
Sign Language Translator and Interpreter
Translation & Interpreting Studies

Use the A-Z Journal List to find journal print and online holdings.

If you have a citation, try the Citation LInker to locate materials.

Tip: Check the bibliography or references at the end of articles to find more works. You must access the databases through the library website. If you go to Google and find an article you like and it asks you to pay for it, DO NOT pay for it. It is probably in our databases or you can get the article for free through our interlibrary loan services.

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