Ebru Diriker is Professor of Translation and Interpreting Studies at Bogazici University, Istanbul, and Honorary Research Fellow at the Center for Translation and Intercultural Studies in Manchester University. She specialises in sociological approaches to the study of conference interpreting and is the author of /De-/ReContextualizing Conference Interpreting: Interpreters in the Ivory Tower?/ (Benjamins, 2004). She has published articles on the history and current situation of conference interpreting both as a profession and as an academic field. She is an experienced conference interpreter, interpreting trainer, and a member of the AIIC Training Committee.
23 September 2021 | 1 hr 2 mins
Who we say we are and who we actually are, are not always necessarily the same thing. Even interpreters who think of themselves as completely invisible and impartial will sometimes be forced to make some tough calls. Joining the Troublesome Terps to talk about this, her research and much, much more is Ebru Diriker. Don't miss this episode to have some of your assumptions challenged!