Dr Stephen Crabbe
I started teaching at the University of Portsmouth in September 2007. I have an AHRC-funded PhD in Applied Linguistics, which I was awarded in January 2012. I have also been a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy since October 2015.
I teach both classroom based and distance learning students.
- Business Communication
- Technical Communication
- Communication in Professional Contexts
- Critical Approaches to Specialised Translation (Japanese to English translation)
- Translation Technologies (corpus/glossary building and pre- and post-editing of machine translation)
- Translation Project (Japanese to English translation)
- Dissertation supervision
My main research interests are in:
- Tattoos (particularly tattooing in Japan and Japanese style tattoos outside of Japan)
- Technical communication (both modern and historical)
- The use of technical communication for language teaching in Japan
I am interested in supervising PhD students in any of these areas.
I have written a book Controlling Language in Industry: Controlled Languages for Technical Documents that was published in February 2017 (Palgrave Macmillan) and edited a book Current Practices and Trends in Technical and Professional Communication that was published in July 2017 (ISTC Books).
I collaborate regularly with researchers in Japan, particularly from Kanto Gakuin University (関東学院大学).