A Ph.D. dissertation using the IDI to assess interpreters’ intercultural sensitivity.
A study of Black Deaf college students’ experiences – through the leans of Black Deaf Cultural Capital Wealth and Black Deaf Critical Theory.
A study of counselors and how understanding power and privilege is conceptualized, as well as how it influences practice. This course looks at what implications this has for training counselors.
This master’s thesis looks at interpersonal communication between generations of interpreters and compares it to studies of horizontal violence among nurses and teachers.
Beyond bilingual programming: Interpreter education in the U.S. amidst increasing linguistic diversity.
This article from the IJIE makes the case that interpreter education needs to move beyond thinking in bilingual terms because of the multilingual reality of the communities we serve.