Areas of Study

Dr. Mark Halley

  • Ph.D., Interpretation, Gallaudet University
  • M.A., Interpretation: Interpreting Research, Gallaudet University
  • B.A.S., Sign Language Interpreting, Siena Heights University
  • A.A.S., Sign Language Interpreter, Oakland Community College
Research Interests
  • Interpreting in protest environments
  • Narrative inquiry
  • Metalinguistics
  • Interpreter education
Selected Publications and Presentations
  • Halley, M. (2017, May). Interpreting protest: An examination of American Sign Language-English interpreters in the Deaf President Now protest. Paper presented at the Protest and Dissent in Translation and Culture Conference in Warsaw, Poland.
  • Petitta, G., Halley, M., & Nicodemus, B. (2016). Managing metalinguistic references in bimodal interpreted discourse: An analysis of an American Sign Language-English interpretation. Rivista di Psicolinguistica Applicata, 16(2), 53-69.
  • Petitta, G., Halley, M., & Nicodemus, B. (forthcoming). “What’s the sign for nitty gritty?” Managing metalinguistic references in ASL-English dialogue interpreting. Translation and Interpreting Studies.

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