Language Work at International Criminal Courts

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Language Work at International Criminal Courts

This article seeks to bring the often-invisible labor of interpreters and language assistants at the International Criminal Court and the ad hoc International Criminal Tribunals for Rwanda and the former Yugoslavia into sharper focus. It highlights the far-reaching and extensive tasks of language workers; negotiating and mediating witnesses’ accounts of atrocity, including sexualized violence, inside and outside international courtrooms. The author illustrates how language work is central to the life of an international court and the vision of international criminal accountability.

  • Author
    Jonneke Koomen
  • Year of publication
  • Title of journal or book
    International feminist journal of politics Vol 16, 2014 Issue 4
  • Publisher
    Taylor&Francis Online
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