London Met lecturer published in international journal
Dr Lukasz Kaczmarek has had his article on the role of the community interpreter accepted for publication in the definitive and international journal, Interpreting. Drawing on Lukasz’s own experience as a community interpreter, as well as extensive research in the field, his article offers readers a new perspective on viewing and discussing roles adopted by community interpreters in their professional practice.
Titled Towards a broader approach to the community interpreter’s role, the article discusses numerous implications of applying the innovative perspective of viewing practitioners' roles in community settings, including potentially necessary amendments to the current code of conduct.
The article promises to be of interest to both researchers and interpreting professionals alike, or indeed anyone who seeks to further their knowledge and practice of interpreting in community settings.