Doctoral Student Profile

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Mark Halley

Education/Degrees
M.A., Interpretation: Interpreting Research, Gallaudet University
B.A.S., Sign Language Interpreting, Siena Heights University
A.A.S., Sign Language Interpreter, Oakland Community College

Research Interests
Interpreting in protest environments, narrative inquiry, metalinguistics, interpreter education

Selected Publications and Presentations
Halley, M. (2017, May). Interpreting protest: An examination of American Sign Language-English interpreters in the Deaf President Now protest. Paper presented at the Protest and Dissent in Translation and Culture Conference in Warsaw, Poland.  

Petitta, G., Halley, M., & Nicodemus, B. (2016). Managing metalinguistic references in bimodal interpreted discourse: An analysis of an American Sign Language-English interpretation. Rivista di Psicolinguistica Applicata, 16(2), 53-69.  

Petitta, G., Halley, M., & Nicodemus, B. (forthcoming). "What's the sign for nitty gritty?" Managing metalinguistic references in ASL-English dialogue interpreting. Translation and Interpreting Studies.

Contact Information
mark.halley@gallaudet.edu