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Dr. Keith Gamache, Jr.

Education/Degrees
  • Ph.D., Interpretation, Gallaudet University
  • M.A.T., Teaching Liberal Studies, Lewis and Clark College
  • B.A., History, Brigham Young University
Research Interests
  • Impact of varying ASL proficiency in interpretation
  • ASL Studies/Interpreting Studies correlation for effective practices
  • Use of referential space and interpretation
  • A third translation model: CDIs role in interpretation
Selected Publications and Presentations
  • Gamache, K. (2014). Raising the bar in teaching excellence: Use of classroom discourse observation (CDO). Presentation given at Deaf Studies Today Conference, Utah Valley University. Orem, Utah.
  • Gamache, K. (2012). Classifiers and use of space. Presentation given at the Retreat of the Utah Interpreting Program Interpreter Consumer Advocacy Network (ICAN). Salt Lake City, Utah.
  • Gamache, K. (2004). The role of etymology and evolution in the study of American Sign Language, Conference Proceedings for Deaf Studies Today, 170-181. Orem, Utah.

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