Doctoral Student Profile
Margie Alma English
M.B.A., Marketing, University of Phoenix, 2006.
B.A., English, Gallaudet University, 1998.
Certificate, DeafBlind Interpreting Institute, 2018.
Certificate, Project Cultivating Legal Interpreters from Minority Backgrounds (CLIMB), 2018.
Leadership, ideology, theology, ethics, ASL-English and English-Easy Reading translation, communications, organizational structure, strategic planning, consensus building, history, Deaf history, discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, and interpreting pedagogy.
Selected Publication or Presentations
English, M., Martinez, D., & Mathers, C. (2019, July). Interpreting Depositions. In C. Multra-Kraft & S. Zito (Co-chairs), Equality again now. The Registry of Interpreters National Conference, Providence, Rhode Island.
White, E. G. (2018). Story of hope: Looking forward to the end of suffering. [Easy Reading version]. M. English and D. Trexler (Eds.), Greenbelt, Maryland: Three Angels Deaf Ministries. Retrieved from http://www.3adm.org/store/
English, M. (2000). Recollections. In K. Ogulnick, (Ed.) Language crossings: Negotiating the self in a multicultural world (pp. 92-97). New York: Teacher's College Press.
EnglishWit Solutions, (Ed.). (2012). Deaf self-advocacy training: curriculum tool kit (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers. Retrieved from http://www.interpretereducation.org/deaf-self-advocacy/deaf-self-advocacy-training-toolkit/