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Deaf Professionals and Designated Interpreters
A New Paradigm

Peter C. Hauser, Karen L. Finch,
and Angela B. Hauser, Editors

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       T. Alan Hurwitz

Part 1—Designated Interpreting

1.    The Deaf Professional–Designated Interpreter Model
       Angela B. Hauser and Peter C. Hauser

2.    Look-Pause-Nod: A Linguistic Case Study of a Deaf
       Professional and Interpreters Working Together
       Jemina Napier, Andy Carmichael, and Andrew Wiltshire

3.    Attitudes and Behaviors of Deaf Professionals and Interpreters
       Poorna Kushalnagar and Khadijat Rashid

4.    Interpreting in the Work-Related Social Setting:
       How Not to Trump Your Partner’s Ace
       Patricia Clark and Karen L. Finch

5.    Interpreters, Conversational Style, and Gender at Work
       Elizabeth F. Morgan

6.    Academic and Educational Interpreting from the Other Side
       of the Classroom: Working with Deaf Academics
       Linda Campbell, Meg J. Rohan, and Kathryn Woodcock

7.    Walking the Fine Line
       Kirstin Wolf Kurlander

Part 2—Deaf Professional and Designated Interpreter Partnerships

8.    Cheesecloth and Cognitive Real Estate: Visual Language
       Brought to the Contemporary Art Scene
       Oliver Pouliot and Louise Stern

9.    The Other Side of the Curtain
       Angela D. Earhart and Angela B. Hauser

10.  Designated Interpreter–Deaf Chief Executive Officer:
       Professional Interdependence
       Doney Oatman

11.  Hearts, Minds, Hands: A Dream Team for Mental Health
       Julianne Gold Brunson, Judy Molner,
       and Miriam Nathan Lerner

12.  Lights, Camera . . . Interpretation!
       Della Goswell, Andy Carmichael, and Sofya Gollan

13.  Timeliness, Technology, Terminology, and Tact: Challenging
       Dynamics in Information Technology Environments
       Catherine Beaton and Angela B. Hauser



Peter C. Hauser is Assistant Professor in the Department of Research and Teacher Education at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY.

Karen L. Finch is a lecturer in the American Sign Language and Interpreting Education Program at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf, Rochester, NY.

Angela B. Hauser is a staff interpreter in the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences at the University of Rochester, NY.

ISBN 978-1-56368-567-5, 7 x 10 paperback, 240 pages, tables, figures, references, index


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