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Pauline Come



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I first joined Strathclyde in 2017 as a postgraduate student in Business Translation and Interpreting. I returned to the University in 2019, this time as a PhD student. My research project investigates the use and impact of translated materials on French speaking visitors in Scottish heritage sites. I previously completed a Bachelor's degree in English Studies from Le Mans Université (France). I have also worked as an in-house linguist for a Scottish language services provider and continue to work as a freelance translator, specialising in translation for education, heritage and tourism.

Education/Academic qualification

Master of Science, University Of Strathclyde

Bachelor of Literature or Bachelor of Letters, Université du Maine

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Institutional silences: the role of the translator in heritage narratives

Côme, P., 7 Mar 2020. 11 p.

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