About This Journal
The Journal of Interpreting Studies and Communication Equity (JISCE) is grounded in the mission of St. Catherine University, aiming to educate students to lead and influence in order to make a difference in their professions, their communities, and the world. Expanding upon this framework, the JISCE acknowledges that interpreters work in community settings that mirror larger global perspectives about language and power as well as language oppression. Fostering a deeper understanding of the linguistic, social, and political context in which interpreting unfolds, the JISCE aims to “move the conversation forward” for positive outcomes and transformative impact within the public at large. The Journal offers a rolling call for manuscripts, welcoming submissions in either ASL or English from both well-known researchers as well as those early in their career. The JISCE is published annually and is universally available online via open access.