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|Name:||Jeffrey E. Davis|
|Institution:||University of Tennessee|
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|Specialty:||Sign Language Linguistics|
American Sign Language
Plains Indian Sign Language
Deaf Sign Language
|Selected Publications:||Davis, J. (2007). North American Indian signed language varieties: A comparative linguistic assessment. Sociolinguistics in Deaf Communities, 13, 85 – 122.
Davis, J. (2006). A historical linguistic account of Sign Language among North American Indians. In C. Lucas (Ed.), Multilingualism and Sign Languages: From the Great Plains to Australia (pp. 3 – 35). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
Davis, J. (2005). Code choices and consequences: Implications for educational interpreting. In M. Marschark (Ed.), Sign Language Interpreting and Interpreter Education: From Research to Practice. New York: Oxford University Press.
Davis, J. (2005). Teaching observation techniques to interpreters. In C. Roy (Ed.), Advances in Teaching Sign Language Interpreters. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
Davis, J. (2004). Interpreting in the community. Views, 21(7), 1 - 25.
Davis, J. (2003). Cross-linguistic strategies used by interpreters. Journal of Interpretation, 18 (1), 95 – 128.
Davis, J. (2000). Translation techniques in interpreter education. In C. Roy (Ed.), Innovative Practices in Interpreter Education (pp. 109-131). Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
Davis, J., & Supalla, S. (1995). A Sociolinguistic description of sign language use in a Navajo family. In C. Lucas (Ed.), Sociolinguistics in Deaf Communities (pp. 77-106).Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.
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|Courses Taught:||ASL Linguistics
Principles of Interpreting
Translation and Interpretation
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