Areas of Study
Margie English

Margie A. English

  • M.B.A., Marketing, University of Phoenix, 2006.
  • B.A., English, Gallaudet University, 1998.
  • Project CLIMB Facilitator Certification, University of Northern Colorado, May 2018.
  • DeafBlind Interpreting Institute Certification, Western Oregon University, December 2018.
  • Certificate, Project Cultivating Legal Interpreters from Minority Backgrounds (CLIMB), 2018.
Research Interests
  • Leadership
  • Pedagogy
  • Ideology
  • Theology
  • Narratives
  • ASL-English and Easy Reading English Translation
  • Communications
  • Organizational Culture
  • Strategic Planning
  • Consensus Building
  • History
  • Deaf History
  • Deaf Interpreting
  • Language Planning
Selected Publications or Presentations
  • English, M. A. (2019, Fall). Teaching interpreters with the case method. VIEWS, 36(4), 28-30.
  • English, M., Martinez D., & Mathers, C. (2019, July). “Interpreting Depositions.” In C. Multra-Kraft & S. Zito (Co-chairs), Equality again now. The Registry of Interpreters National Conference, Providence, Rhode Island.
  • English, M. (2000). “Recollections.” In K. Ogulnick (Ed.), Language crossings: Negotiating the self in a multicultural world (pp. 92-97). New York: Teacher’s College Press.
  • EnglishWit Solutions (Ed.). (2012). Deaf self-advocacy training tool kit (2nd ed.). Boston, MA: National Consortium of Interpreter Education Centers.

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