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I would like to cite an interview of François Hartog by Julien Tassel for the Revue de Sociologie pratique. My basic .bib entry looks like this:

@article{HartogEntretien,$
    author = {François Hartog},$
    title = {Les usages publics du passé en temps de présentisme},$
    journal = {Sociologies pratiques},$
    date = {2014},$
    volume = {2},$
    number = {29},$
    doi = {10.3917/sopr.029.0011},$
    pages = {11–17}$
}

I don't know however how to quote Julien Tassel, the interviewer. I thought that

    editor = {Julien Tassel},$
    editortype = {interviewer},$

might help, but there is no interviewer option for editortype and I could'nt find any relative entry in the doc. "entretien avec Julien Tassel" in the author field is a workaround, is there something that fits better to biblatex spirit?

EDIT: I don't know if my MWE is good enough, maybe I should add that I am using biblatex with a verbose citation style

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    You might find the @misc entry type a flexible way to deal with interviews (if you do not want to create your own custom entry type). Only the date and title fields are strictly necessary, though author/editor is normally required. The howpublished (literal) field is where the flexibility really comes into play. – jon Mar 15 '16 at 4:16
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    Here it would probably be easiest to put something like "interview by Julien Tassel" into the titleaddon or note field. Of course you could create a new field inteerviewer and implement its use, but that is probably massive overkill if you have only a few interviews in your bibliography. – moewe Mar 15 '16 at 6:37
  • Thank you for your suggestions. Since I have just one interview I will use the titleaddon field, but I keep the @misc in mind for the future… – sztruks Mar 15 '16 at 19:51
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Since this is an interview published as an @article you can probably just use the titleaddon or note fields to specify the additional information.

If you have more interviews, you could think about creating a new name field interviewer and use that. That will require a new datamodel field and some changes to biblatex macros or drivers.

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