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Scholarly Works

Robyn Dean
Assistant Professor

2017 Submissions

Uninvited Presentations

Dean, Robyn K. and Andrea Sinden. "Exploring Accessibility and Transcreation Between Written English and ASL." Mt. Aloyisius Student-Run Interpreter Conference. Pennsylvania Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Mt Aloyisius, PA. 8 Mar. 2017. Conference Presentation. *

Dean, Robyn K. "Moral Exemplars and Their Influence on Ethical Thinking of Interpreting Students." Ethics Across the Curriculum. Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum. Grand Rapids, MI. 5 Oct. 2017. Conference Presentation. «

Dean, Robyn K. "Les Miserables and Rest’s Three Moral Schemas." Ethics Across the Curriculum. Society for Ethics Across the Curriculum. Grand Rapids, MI. 5 Oct. 2017. Conference Presentation. «

Manuscripts Submitted for Publication

Dean, Robyn K. "English-Dominant Presenters Opting for ASL: Is the Assumption of Access Correct?" 15 May 2017. TS - typescript (typed). «

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Dean, Robyn K. "Demand Control Schema and Supervision in Educational Interpreters." Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind. Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind. Phoenix, AZ. 20 Jan. 2017. Guest Lecture.

Dean, Robyn K. "Justice Reasoning: How Our Ethical Discourse Counters Our Ethical Claims." Oregon Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Oregon Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Monmouth, OR. 20 Apr. 2017. Guest Lecture.

Dean, Robyn K. "You Can’t Measure A Room With the Color Blue: What the INTERPRETING Profession Gets Wrong About Practical Ethics and How to Make It Right." German Interpreting Association. German Interpreting Association. Zwickau, Germany. 13 May 2017. Keynote Speech.

Dean, Robyn K. and Rachel St. John. "Medical Professionals & Interpreters: Hitting The (Ethical) Mark." Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Loss. Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Loss. Rochester, NY. 11 Jun. 2017. Keynote Speech.

Dean, Robyn K. "Being Seasoned: A Conversation on Finding Meaning in the “Second Half” of our Careers." Mental Health Interpreter Training Alumni Sessions. Alabama Department of Mental Health. Montgomery, AL. 3 Aug. 2017. Guest Lecture.

Dean, Robyn K. "Reflective Practice Techniques for Signed Language Interpreters in the EU." EUMASLI: Magdeburg Block Seminar. European Union Master's of Signed Language Interpreting. Magdeburg, Germany. 18 Sep. 2017. Guest Lecture.

Dean, Robyn K. "Re-imagining the Career Ladder of an Interpreter." Interpretek: Director's Meeting. Interpretek. Rome, NY. 7 Nov. 2017. Guest Lecture.

2015 Submissions

Dissertation/Thesis

Dean, Robyn K. "Sign language interpreters' Ethical Discourse and Moral Reasoning Patterns." Diss. Heriot-Watt University, 2015. Print. ≠

Invited Keynote/Presentation

Dean, Robyn K. "A Member of the Healthcare Team: Transforming the Descriptive Ethics of Medical Interpreting to Collaborative Values." Healthcare Symposium. National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers. St. Paul, MN. 5 Jun. 2015. Address. ∆

Dean, Robyn K. "What we do Well and Where we get Stuck: Case Analysis and the Development of Moral Sensitivity." Healthcare Symposium. National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers. St. Paul, MN. 5 Jun. 2015. Address. ∆

Dean, Robyn K. "From "Do Nothing" to "Do no Harm": Collaborative Values in Medical Interpreting." Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf National Conference. Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. New Orleans, LA. 10 Aug. 2015. Conference Presentation. * £

Dean, Robyn K. "Condemned to Repetition? An Analysis of Problem-setting and Problem-solving in Sign Language Interpreting Ethics." Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf National Conference. Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. New Orleans, LA. 9 Aug. 2015. Conference Presentation. £

Dean, Robyn K. "Revealing our Knowledge-in-action: Situated and Reflective Practice Techniques for Medical Interpreters." Healthcare Symposium. National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers. St. Paul, MN. 5 Jun. 2015. Address. ∆

2014 Submissions

Journal Paper

Dean, Robyn K. "Condemned To Repetition? An Analysis of Problem-Setting and Problem-Solving In Sign Language interpreting Ethics." International Journal for Translation and Interpreting 6. 1 (2014): 60 — 75. Web. *