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Since 1864, we have been investing in and creating resources for deaf and hard of hearing children, their families, and the professionals who work with them.
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Do you have any burning questions about interpreting and translation? The students and faculty in the Gallaudet Department of Interpretation and Translation have lots of them! Research Chats is a video series offering snapshots of some of our burning questions and how we are attempting to answer them. Research Chats contains short videos of students and faculty members sharing their thinking and action in research. The videos are offered to invite YOU into the conversation! Please contact us at the Department of Interpretation and Translation or the individual researchers to continue the dialogue. Keep asking questions!
Roberto R. Santiago My question: Could gesture play a role in ASL to English interpreting? View video (with white background) View video (with dark background) (Note: ASL video with English voice over.) Read transcript
Danielle I. J. Hunt, Ph.D. My question: How do ASL-English interpreters develop professional identity? View video (with white background) View video (with dark background)Read transcript
Laura Maddux, Ph.D.My question: What is the experience of self-talk in interpreters?View video (with white background)View video (with dark background)Read transcript
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