Research Seminar by Dr Mary Phelan on ‘Language and Power in Irish courts in the Nineteenth Century’, co-organised by Heriot-Watt University and Edinburgh University in Edinburgh, 1st November 2017. 

Dr Mary Phelan gave a research seminar entitled ‘Language and Power in Irish courts in the Nineteenth Century’ as part of the Joint Seminar Series on Translation Research co-organised by Heriot-Watt University and Edinburgh University in Edinburgh on 1st November 2017.
A few weeks prior to that, she gave a workshop on Working with Interpreters at the Diversity in Practice conference organised by the Irish Association of Social Workers and held at University College Cork on 13th October 2017 and has been invited back to give a second, longer workshop in Dublin on 8th December.

On 22nd September 2017, she gave a talk on Interpreter Provision at Garda Station Interviews at the SUPRALAT conference organised by Vicky Conway and Yvonne Daly from the School of Law and Government at DCU and held at the Law Society of Ireland and gave a paper on Irish language court interpreters made corporeal at the ‘Translator made Corporeal’ conference held at the British Library in London on 8th May 2017.
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