Cultivating Social Consciousness as a Sign Language Interpreter

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Lessons : 10
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Joseph Hill

Chat with Instructor Joseph Hill is an assistant professor in the Department of ASL and Interpreter Education at National Technical Institute for the Deaf at RIT. His areas of interest include the socio-historical and -linguistic aspects of the African-American variety of American Sign Language and attitudes toward signing varieties in the American Deaf community.

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