As I’ve noted before, there aren’t too many blogs about interpreting. But here’s a great one: LifeinLINCS.
LifeinLINCS is ran by the members of the Language and Inter-cultural Studies Department at Hariot -Watt University in the U.K. If you can get past the awkward name, LifeinLINCS is unparalleled in the quality of its content. Which makes sense, because the contributors are instructors and professors in an excellent department. Jemina Napier, probably the most published sign language interpreting researcher in the business, undoubtably has something to do with this. Check it out. You’ll love the content.
The LifeinLINCS is hereby inducted into the Interpreter’s Library on this site.