Brian H. Greenwald and
This collection explores Deaf history through the lens of autonomy and citizenship.
Interpreting in the Zone
How the Conscious and Unconscious Function in Interpretation
Jack Hoza examines the cognitive processes that influence interpretation, presenting research and drawing conclusions that will improve even the seasoned interpreter’s skills.
Linguistic Coping Strategies in Sign Language Interpreting
This is noted scholar Jemina Napier’s ground-breaking study on the linguistic coping strategies used by interpreters in which she develops the theories of omission potential and translational contact.
Promoting Positive Transition Outcomes
Effective Planning for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Young Adults
Promoting Positive Transition Outcomes offers clear and comprehensive guidance for educators and school psychologists creating transition plans for deaf and hard of hearing high school students.
Signing and Belonging in Nepal
Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway presents an accessible examination of deafness in Nepal that looks at the social, historical, and cultural factors that have shaped today’s Deaf community.