PhD Graduate Profile

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Dr. Danielle Hunt

Education/Degrees
Ph.D., Interpretation, Gallaudet University
M.A., Interpretation, Gallaudet University
B.A., Sociology, Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi
A.A., Sociology, Del Mar College
A.A.S., Interpreter for the Deaf, Del Mar College

Research Interests
Identity development and maintenance, gatekeeping and professional conduct, expertise in signed language interpreting

Dissertation Title
"The Work is You": Professional Identity Development of Second-Language Learner American Sign Language-English Interpreters

Selected Publications
Hunt, D. I. J., & Hafer, S. (Eds.). (2014). Proceedings from CIT 2014: Our Roots: The Essence of Our Future. Portland, Oregon: Conference of Interpreter Trainers.

Hunt, D. I. J., & Nicodemus, B. (2014). Gatekeeping in ASL-English interpreter education programs: Assessing the suitability of students for professional practice. In D.I.J. Hunt & S. Hafer (Eds.) Proceedings from CIT 2014: Our Roots: The Essence of Our Future. Portland, Oregon: Conference of Interpreter Trainers.

Roy, C., Alley, E., Hunt, D. I. J., & Santiago, R. (2013). Research studies in interpretation from Gallaudet's doctoral students. International Journal of Interpreter Education 5(2), 96-110.

Contact Information
danielle.hunt@gallaudet.edu