Be(com)ing a Conference Interpreter

An ethnography of EU interpreters as a professional community

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This study offers a novel view of Conference Interpreting by looking at EU interpreters as a professional community of practice. In particular, Duflou’s work focuses on the nature of the competence conference interpreters working for the European Parliament and the European Commission need to acquire in order to cope with their professional tasks. Making use of observation as a member of the community, in-depth interviews and institutional documents, she explores the link between the specificity of the EU setting and the knowledge and skills required. Her analysis of the learning experiences of newcomers in the professional community shows that EU interpreters’ competence is to a large extent context-dependent and acquired through situated learning. In addition, it highlights the various factors which have an impact on this learning process.

Using the way Dutch booth EU interpreters share the workload in the booth as a case, Duflou demonstrates the importance of mastering collaborative and embodied skills for EU interpreters. She thereby challenges the idea of interpreting competence from an individual, cognitive accomplishment and redefines it as the ability to apply the practical and setting-determined know-how required to function as a full member of the professional community.

[Benjamins Translation Library, 124]  2016.  xxi, 392 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements
xiii–xiv
List of Abbreviations
xv
List of Tables
xvi–xvii
List of Figures
xviii–xix
Executive summary
xx–xxii
PART 1 Introduction
Vignette 1 Before the meeting
3–7
Chapter 1 Situating the study
8–34
Vignette 2 Be(com)ing a practisearcher
35–43
Chapter 2 Collecting and analyzing ethnographic data: Listening to behaviour, watching knowledge
44–76
PART 2 Findings
Vignette 3 Nomads of the institutions
79–92
Chapter 3 Organizational frameworks: A portrait of two EU interpreting services
93–125
Vignette 4 Looking for the new generation
126–129
Chapter 4 Beginners, newcomers & new colleagues: Organizational approaches to 'beginnerdom'
130–150
Vignette 5 The eternal beginner
151–157
Chapter 5 Learning the ropes: Acquiring situated competence as an EU interpreter
158–225
Vignette 6 Bart’s first working day as an EU interpreter
226–233
Chapter 6 Turn management in the simultaneous booth
234–286
Chapter 7 Turn management for beginners
287–310
PART 3 Concluding discussion
Chapter 8 A practice view on conference interpreting - so what?
313–321
Bibliography
322–339
Appendix
340–390
Index
391–392
“A fascinating study of EU interpreters. [...] Let us hope that other practisearchers will embark on fieldwork and observant participation, following Duflou’s fine and compelling approach to the lived experience of EU interpreters, to whom deep gratitude must be expressed for their collaboration and willingness to reveal their professional selves with a human touch.”
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Subjects

Translation & Interpreting Studies

Interpreting
Translation Studies
BIC Subject: CFP – Translation & interpretation
BISAC Subject: LAN023000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Translating & Interpreting
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2016009021