School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Subject Areas: British Sign Language & Deaf Studies
Robert G. Lee comes to UCLan from Boston in the USA. He was here previously as a Visiting Senior Lecturer in Deaf Studies in 2004-2005. Robert is a Certified American Sign Language-English Interpreter and has worked for over twenty-five years in a variety of settings, specializing in medical situations and conference interpreting.
Robert holds an MA in Applied Linguistics from Boston University and has taught interpreting and linguistics at Northeastern University in Boston as well as in seminars all over the US, Canada, the UK and Europe. In addition, he has taught online courses for training interpreting mentors. Robert has authored or co-authored a variety of articles and chapters on both interpreting and the linguistics of American Sign Language.
M.A. Applied Linguistics Boston University, 1996
Fellow of the Higher Education AcademyYou can check out Robert's Street Leverage Interpret Account
1. Llewellyn-Jones, P. and Lee, R.G. (2014) Defining the Role of Community Interpreters: The Concept of Role-Space, SLI Ltd. Press, Carlton-le-Moorland, UK
2. Llewellyn-Jones, P. and Lee, R.G. (2013) Getting to the Core of Role: Defining Interpreters' Role Space. International Journal of Interpreter Education, 5 (2). pp. 54-72
3. Winston, B. and Lee, R.G. (eds.) (2013). Mentorship in Sign Language Interpreting,. RID Press, USA.
4. Lee, R. G. (2005). The Research Gap: Getting Linguistic Information into the Right Hands. In Sign Language Interpreting and Interpreter Education: Directions for Research and Practice. M. Marschark, R. Peterson and E. Winston, editors. Oxford University Press. pp 142-158
Sign/Spoken Language Interpreting, Interpreting Pedagogy, Professional and Personal Identity Development of Interpreters
Course Leader, PG Dip/MA in British Sign Language Interpreting and Translation
External Examiner, Trinity College, Dublin
Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Interpretation
Member, Committee of Experts, European Forum of Sign Language Interpreters