AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE AND INTERPRETING EDUCATION

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Keith Cagle

Associate Professor
American Sign Language and Interpreting Education
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2020 Submissions

Book Chapter

Nicodemus, Brenda, et al. "Address practices of Deaf undergraduate students and faculty: A study of language, identity, and community." Journal of Pragmatics. TBA, TBA: TBA, 2021. TBA. Print. «

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Robyn Dean

Assistant Professor
American Sign Language and Interpreting Education
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2020 Submissions

Invited Paper

DEAN, ROBYN. "Healthcare Interpreting Ethics: A critical review." outledge Handbook of Translation and Health. London & New York: Routledge. (2021). Print.

Invited Keynote/Presentation

DEAN, ROBYN. "Risky Business: Cortisol Dysregulation in Signed Language Interpreters." ROBYN DEAN. Partners in Deaf Education (NY). Rochester, NY. 9 Nov. 2019. Conference Presentation. ∆

DEAN, ROBYN. "The value of demand control schema." ROBYN DEAN. Utrecht University. Rochester, NY. 14 Nov. 2019. Lecture.

DEAN, ROBYN. "Push me-Pull you: The value of group deliberation on ethical reasoning among signed language interpreting students." ROBYN DEAN. NTID/ASLIE. Rochester, NY. 19 Nov. 2019. Lecture.

DEAN, ROBYN. "Reflective practice and case conferencing for interpreters." ROBYN DEAN. Ad Astra. Rochester, NY. 14 Dec. 2019. Lecture.

DEAN, ROBYN. "Risky Business: Cortisol Dysregulation in Signed Language Interpreters." ROBYN DEAN. Association of Sign Language Interpreters (UK). Rochester, NY. 18 Jan. 2020. Lecture.

DEAN, ROBYN. "Risky Business: Cortisol Dysregulation in Signed Language Interpreters." ROBYN DEAN. Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey. Rochester, NY. 31 Jan. 2020. Lecture.

DEAN, ROBYN. "A Reflective Practitioner." ROBYN DEAN. University of Edinburgh (UK). Rochester, NY. 21 Apr. 2020. Lecture.

DEAN, ROBYN. "Public Service Interpreting: What it would mean to be a Practice Profession." ROBYN DEAN. 7TH PSIT CONFERENCE AT ALCALA. Online, NY. 21 Mar. 2020. Conference Presentation. £

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Joseph Hill

Associate Professor
American Sign Language and Interpreting Education
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2020 Submissions

Book Chapter

Bayley, Robert, et al. "The Sociolinguistic Ramifications of Social Injustice: The Case of Black ASL." The Routledge Companion to the Work of John R. Rickford. Ed. Renee Blake and Isabelle Buchstaller. Milton Park, Oxfordshire: Taylor and Francis, 2019. 133-141. Print. ∆

Published Review

Hill, Joseph. "Do deaf communities actually want sign language gloves?" Rev. of Sign-to-speech translation using machine-learning-assisted stretchable sensor arrays, eds. Stuart Thomas, et al. Nature Electronics 15 Jul. 2020: 512-513. Web. ∆

Peer Reviewed/Juried Poster Presentation

Lucas, Ceil, Joseph Hill, and Danica Cullinan. "Signing Black in America: The Story of Black American Sign Language (Film)." Proceedings of the 48th Annual Conference of New Ways of Analyzing Variation. Ed. Tyler Kendall. Eugene, Oregon: n.p.. £

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Hill, Joseph C. "The Past, Present, and Future of Black ASL." Building Connections with ASL Corpora. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 5 Mar. 2020. Lecture.

Hill, Joseph and Corrine Occhino. "Documenting Individual Variation in ASL (DIVA)." Building Connections with ASL Corpora. University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 6 Mar. 2020. Conference Presentation.

Hill, Joseph. "Black, Deaf, and Disabled: Navigating the Institutional, Ideological, and Linguistic Barriers with Intersectional Identities in the United States." Linguistics Martin Luther King Junior Colloquium. University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, Michigan. 17 Jan. 2020. Lecture.

Creative Non-fiction

Cullinan, Danica, et al. Signing Black in America: A Documentary by the Language & Life Project. Language & Life Project, 2020.

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Kim Kurz

Associate Professor
American Sign Language and Interpreting Education
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2020 Submissions

Journal Paper

Listman, Jason and Kim Kurz. "Lived Experience: Deaf Professionals’ Stories of Resilience and Risks." Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 25. 2 (2020): 239-249. Web. *

Book Chapter

Kurz, Kim B. and Melanie Metzger. "Educational interpreters’ perspectives of deaf child’s placement." "Educational interpreting: How it can succeed – second volume." Ed. Elizabeth Winston and Stephen Fitzmaurice. Washington, DC, USA: Gallaudet University Press, 2021. TBA. Print. *

Kurz, Kim B. and Christopher Kurz. "No two interpretations are alike: A study of constructed meaning in English to ASL interpretations in education." "Educational interpreting: How it can succeed – second volume." Ed. Elizabeth Winston and Stephen Fitzmaurice. Washington, DC, USA: Gallaudet University Press, 2021. TBA. Print. *

Kurz, Christopher and Kim B. Kurz. "Infusing American Sign Language in academic context." "Educational interpreting: How it can succeed – second volume." Ed. Elizabeth Winston and Stephen Fitzmaurice. Washington, DC, USA: Gallaudet University Press, 2021. TBA. Print. *

Published Review

Kurz, Christopher Kurz & Kim B. "Academic American Sign Language." Rev. of Raising and Educating Deaf Children: Foundations for Policy, Practice ad Outcomes, ed. Trussel, Jessica. Academic American Sign Language 17 Jan. 2020: n/a. Web. ∆

Published Game, Application or Software

Kurz, Christopher, Stephen Jacobs, and Tommie Sarchet. All Children Reading: A Begin with Books. Software. WAY. 2020. «

Uninvited Presentations

Kurz, Christopher and Kim B. Kurz. "DeafEd equity: Open-Source platform for books and games." National Deaf Education Signs. National Deaf Education. Chicago, IL. 5 Jul. 2020. Conference Presentation. *

Kurz, Kim B. and Kellie Mullaney. "An Analysis of Constructed Action in American Sign Language Narratives: Comparing Native Signers and Second Language Learners in a Second Modality." Linguistic Society of America. Linguistic Society of America. New Orleans, LA. 5 Jan. 2020. Poster Session. *

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Lisa Prinzi

Lecturer
American Sign Language and Interpreting Education
National Technical Institute for the Deaf

2020 Submissions

Invited Paper

Prinzi, Lisa M. "From Our Vantage Point: Deaf Students and K-12 Interpreters Perceptions of the Mainstream." AERA Annual Meeting San Francisco, CA. (2020). Web.

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