Danny McDougall

M.A., Linguistics, Oakland University
B.A., Sign Language Studies, Madonna University

Research Interests
Interpreted theatre events at both the macro level (exploring the lived experiences of participants) and the granular level (linguistic analysis of translations), new ASL signs to describe concepts related to HIV/AIDS in the 1980s, and application of residential grammar and case theory in natural language processing

Selected Presentations    
McDougall, D. (2015). Text Analysis For The Theatre. Invitational professional development session on behalf of Auslan Stage Left. Melbourne, Australia

McDougall, D. (2011). Perspectives on change: A survey of interpreters and Deaf community. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Michigan Academy of Arts and Letters. Alma, Michigan.  

McDougall, D., Willet, K, & Tocco, M. (1999). Play with a purpose: Interpreting on stage. Presentation given at the annual conference of the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf. Boston, MA.

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