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Robert Lee

Associate Academic Specialist

College of Social Sciences and Humanities

Robert G. Lee has been interpreting, teaching, and researching for more than 30 years in face-to-face, remote and hybrid settings. He returns to Boston after 13 years having been Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for the MA and Postgraduate Diploma in British Sign Language – English Interpreting at the University of Central Lancashire in England. Robert has presented at numerous national and international conferences and has published extensively in the domains of linguistics and interpreting, covering topics ranging from the role of interpreters, cognitive processing, and the syntax of ASL. He is also a highly sought-after presenter for Continuous Professional Development for interpreters working with both signed and spoken languages. He has served on the Boards of the Conference of Interpreter Trainers as well the Association of Sign Language Interpreters (UK). He is an Academic Member of the Institute of Interpreting and Translation (UK) and is a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy.