September, 2011

Your Co-Interpreter Has Fallen and Can’t Get Up

Your Co-Interpreter Has Fallen and Can’t Get Up

While interpreting a short pro bono assignment over the weekend, I found myself working with an emerging interpreter.  As the meeting progressed—discussions grew more intense and participants became more interactive—I noted that both her confidence and effectiveness as an interpreter … More

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Should the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Sue?

Should the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf Sue?

Is there any merit to the Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) litigating to advance the rights of sign language interpreters to reasonable working conditions and employment practices, and laws that defend their eligibility to work? Clearly, litigating has … More

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The Three Temptations of a Sign Language Interpreter

The Three Temptations of a Sign Language Interpreter

The dynamics of working as a sign language interpreter are complex and require that a person be comfortable operating in the unknown with limited information. As a result of navigating these complexities, we are accustom to owning the decisions—or choosing … More

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