Dr Ineke Crezee
Senior Lecturer in Translation and Interpreting
Phone: 64 9 921 9999 ext 6825
Room 1218, Level 12, AUT Tower, corner of Wakefield and Rutland Streets, Auckland Central.
- Doctor of Applied Language Studies (AUT)
- Doctorandus Degree Translation Studies (Amsterdam)
- Doctorandus Degree English (Amsterdam)
- Kandidaatsdiploma English Language and Literature (Amsterdam) – cum laude
- Diploma Translation Studies (Amsterdam)
- Diploma of Registered Nursing (Amsterdam)
- RGON (New Zealand)
- Certificate of Healthcare Interpreting (AUT)
- Certificate of Language Teaching to Adults (AUT)
- Sworn Court Translator (Amsterdam).
Ineke has been involved in teaching translation and interpreting since 1991 and has written several textbooks on the area. Ineke translated her first novel as a 21-year old student of translation and has translated a wide range of texts since including novels, textbooks, course manuals, medical and legal documents.
Ineke has translated a fair number of novels and has been involved in the translation of nursing and social work textbooks, including the Nursing Outcomes Classification published in 2011.
She is currently writing a book on health care interpreting due for publication next year. She has been working as both a health and legal interpreter both in the Netherlands and in New Zealand.
BA Translation (Undergraduate)
- Advanced Interpretation Health Translation
- Advanced Interpretation Legal Translation
- Analysis, Accuracy and Appropriateness of Translation
- Theory, Principles and Practice of Translation
- Advanced Translation Skills
Teaching responsibility: BA Interpreting (Undergraduate)
- Contextual Studies
- Advanced Interpretation Health Studies
- Advanced Interpretation Legal Studies
- Advanced Interpretation Health Interpreting
- Advanced Interpretation Legal Interpreting
Teaching responsibility: MA Applied Language Studies
- Specialty reading paper translation and interpreting
- Specialty Reading Paper Translation and Interpreting
- Interpreting: A critical approach
Master/MPhil Applied Language Studies
- Thesis supervisor and examiner
PhD Applied Language Studies
- Thesis supervisor and examiner
- Community interpreting (all areas)
- Healthcare interpreting
- Healthcare translation
- Legal interpreting
- Translation and Interpreting Pedagogies
- Bilingualism in a migrant context
- Language maintenance and shift
- Language reversion
- Language contact phenomena
- Literary translation
Ineke completed her dissertation for the doctorandus degrees in English and Translation Studies respectively investigating the highest probability equivalents for postmodificational and premodificational noun phrase structures in the English to Dutch translation of nursing texts.
She completed her Doctor of Applied Language Studies thesis investigating possible first language reversion among older Dutch migrants in New Zealand. Ineke has translated a fair number of novels and nursing and social work textbooks and has published in the area of bilingualism, translation and interpreting and is currently writing a book on healthcare interpreting. She is on the National Council of the New Zealand Society of Translators and Interpreters.
Current Research Projects:
- Developing special pedagogies for teaching translation and interpreting in multilingual classrooms, using the mediated action approach — with Anita Goetthans and Annette Sachtleben.
- Interpreting in refugee contexts — with Maria Hayward and Dr. Shirley Julich. (Ethics Approval conditionally granted).
- Helping interpreters to correctly interpret idioms, with Dr. Lynn Grant.
- Accessing translation blogs to identify commonalities in students' approaches to the translation of culture specific items in the New Zealand setting. (Ethics approval conditionally granted).
- Bilingual migrants' experiences and language use — with Annette Sachtleben.
- Patients’ Stories – with Dr. Anita Bamford-Wade and Dr. Lynn Grant.
- 2001 — Vice Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching — Distinguished Teaching Award (AUT)
- 2006 Hanny van Roekel Prize for best research paper Ineke Crezee is a Senior Lecturer in Translation and Interpreting in the School of Languages and Social Sciences
- 2010 — Team Teaching award Faculty Applied Humanities
- 2011 — AUSM Best Teacher Award Faculty Applied Humanities.
- 2012 — Vice-Chanellor's Academic Excellence in Teaching Award
- 2012 — AUT Nominee for a 2013 Ako Aotearoa Tertiary Teaching Excellence Award.