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Roberto Santiago

Roberto R. Santiago

Education/Degrees
  • M.A., Interpreting, Gallaudet University
  • B.A., Deaf Studies Option I (Interpreting), California State University Northridge
Research Interests
  • Novel and emerging languages
Dissertation Title Artifacts of Cognition in ASL-to-English Interpretation Selected Publications
  • Santiago, R., & Barrick, L., (2007). Handling and incorporation of idioms in interpretation. In M. Metzger & E. Fleetwood, E. (Eds), Translation, sociolinguistic, and consumer issues in interpreting. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
  • Schneider, E., Kozak, L.V., Santiago, R., & Stephen, A. (2012). The effects of electronic communication on American Sign Language. Sign Language Studies, 12(3)
  • Alley, E., Hunt, D., & Santiago, R. (2013). Research studies in interpretation from Gallaudet University doctoral students. International Journal of Interpreter Education 5(2).

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