Paris in America
A Deaf Nanticoke Shoemaker and His Daughter
Clara Jean Mosley Hall
Chronicling her father’s life as well as her own, the author reveals her unique cultural background as the hearing daughter of a Deaf Nanticoke Indian who grew up in Dover, Delaware's black community.
Ears, Eyes, and Hands
Reflections on Language, Literacy, and Linguistics
Deborah L. Wolter
In short, engaging narratives, a deaf literacy specialist reveals the attitudes and assumptions in the educational system regarding race, ethnicity, economic status, gender, and disability.
Listening through the Bone
This poetry collection examines life cycles, the natural world, and the author's experiences as a Deaf individual, in a uniquely irreverent yet poignant style.
The Academic Foundations of Interpreting Studies
An Introduction to Its Theories
Cynthia B. Roy, Jeremy L. Brunson,
This is the first introductory course book that explores the theoretical foundations used in sign language interpreting studies.
The Next Generation of Research in Interpreter Education
Pursuing Evidence-Based Practices
Cynthia B. Roy and
This work contributes to the emerging body of research on learning experiences and teaching practices in sign language interpreter education.
Gesture in Multiparty Interaction
Emily Shaw establishes connections between embodied discourses in American Sign Language and spoken English and illuminates gesture's connection to language as a whole.