Miako N. P. Rankin
In this study, Miako N. P. Rankin highlights the crucial interrelatedness of form and meaning at all levels in order to consider specific types of American Sign Language (ASL) expression.
This new paperback edition of the classic novel follows Deaf visionary Lyson C. Sulla as he undertakes an odyssey across America in pursuit of his Great Deaf American Dream: to become Governor of the State of Islay and make it a republic of, by, and for deaf people.
Deaf American Prose
Jennifer L. Nelson and
This new anthology showcases the works of Deaf writers during a critical formative period in their history, 1830-1930, emphasizing the capabilities of Deaf people to counter events that threatened their way of life.
Deaf Students and the Qualitative Similarity Hypothesis
Understanding Language and Literacy Development
Peter V. Paul, Ye Wang,
This volume describes the theoretical underpinnings and research findings of the Qualitative Similarity Hypothesis by presenting the educational implications for deaf and hard of hearing children and offering reason-based practices for improving their English language and literacy development.
Evolving Paradigms in Interpreter Education
Elizabeth A. Winston and
This volume brings together world-renowned interpreting educators and researchers who review existing research, explicate past and current practices to call for a fresh look at the roots of interpreter education in anticipation of the future.
More Than Meets the Eye
Revealing the Complexities of an Interpreted Education
Melissa B. Smith
This volume presents the range of activities and responsibilities performed by educational interpreters, and illuminates what they consider when making decisions.