Dr Jiqing Dong

Jiqing Dong

Lecturer in Interpreting

PhD in Translation & Interpreting Studies (Heriot-Watt University, Scotland),

Master of Translation and Interpreting (Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, China),

BA in English Language and Literature (Tianjin University of Finance & Economics, China),

CATTI Level 2.

Contact Details

  • Tel: +44 (0)116 252 1066
  • Email: jd397@le.ac.uk
  • Subject: Translation & interpreting

 

Research Summary

My research interests focus on (1) interpreter-mediated communication in primary legal and medical settings; (2) multimodal translation and interpreting in interactive museums; and (3) interpreting pedagogy using action research approach.

 

Teaching

BA modules: ML1001 Introduction to Interpreting; 2005 Consecutive Interpreting; 3001/2 Conference Interpreting.

MA modules: ML7003 Current Issues in T& I Studies; 7006 Research Skills; 7008 Interpreting.

 

Recent Publications

‘An Ergonomic Investigation of Work Processes between Interpreters and Agencies’, in Translation Spaces Special Issue 5.1 (2016), John Benjamins Publishing Co.

‘Towards the Construction of Organisational Professionalism in Public Service Interpreting’ in 'Intersect, Innovate, Interact', ed. by Pauline Henry-Tierney and Dinithi Karunanayake, CTIS Occasional Papers 7 (2016), University of Manchester.

‘Education on the Research Ability and Innovation of Doctoral Students in T&I studies”, in Journal of Shanghai Translators (3) 2015.

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