Kaisa Koskinen

Boundary work typically refers to practitioners’ own negotiations between those claimed to inhabit the inside and those assumed to remain outside. One often observed group of practitioners are academics, and the boundary work of defining and maintaining disciplinary boundaries as well as the demarcation of science and non-science has been extensively researched).


  • Koskinen K. (2016) Academic boundary work and the translation profession: insiders, outsiders and (assumed) boundaries, The Journal of Specialised Translation Issue 25 – January 2016 255 (http://www.jostrans.org/issue25/art_koskinen.pdf)