Translation in a migratory context: Societal, legal and linguistic aspects

In the age of mass migration, communication processes that allow for exchange between the host society and migrants are becoming increasingly important. In this context, translation plays a key role. This book aims to bring an innovative dimension to the scientific discourse on translation in the context of migration and to open up new avenues of research in the field of translation studies. From an interdisciplinary perspective, the authors bring together translational, linguistic and legal approaches, sometimes enriched by philosophical and didactic reflections. Case studies illustrate the work of translators in court, in hospitals, or in reception centers. Other works focus on the psychological and emotional tensions experienced by interpreters in social settings as well as on their training