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Name: Diana  Gorman Jamrozik
Institution: Columbia College Chicago
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Homepage: http://www.colum.edu/academics/liberal-arts-and-sciences/american-sign-language/
State and/or Country: IL
USA   
Linguistic Field(s): Translation
Specialty: ASL-English Interpretation
Subject Language(s): American Sign Language
Selected Publications: Journal Proceedings:

GORMAN JAMROZIK, Mary Jo Davidson, John McDonald, and Rosalee Wolfe. (November 2015) “Using Contextual Cues in Deciphering Fingerspelling: New Discoveries and Techniques”. Deaf Studies Today! 2010, Bryan Eldridge, ed. Utah Valley University Press: p. 183-195


Jamrozik, Mary Jo Davidson, John McDonald, and Rosalee Wolfe. “Using Contextual Cues in Deciphering Fingerspelling: New Discoveries and Techniques”. Accepted for publication in the Deaf Studies Today! 2010 bound conference proceedings. Lead author. Spring 2010.


Reviews:

Book review for “Aptitude for Interpreting”, edited by Franz Pöchhacker and Minhua Liu. Editor: Helen Aristar- Dry, Eastern Michigan University. Linguist: 1/14/2016.

Book review for “Exploring translation theories” by Anthony Pym. The Linguist List. Editor: Helen Aristar-Dry, Eastern Michigan University. Linguist: 12/15/2014.

Book notice for 'Self-preservation in simultaneous interpreting' by Claudia Monacelli. eLanguage. Editor:
Natsuko Tsujimura, Indiana University. The Linguistic Society of America: 12/27/2010.

Book notice for 'Telephone interpreting' by Nataly Kelly. eLanguage. Editor: Natsuko Tsujimura, Indiana University. The Linguistic Society of America: 6/16/2010.


Newsletter:

“Mentoring for CEUs: a Win - Win Situation” in Views, Vol. 20 No. 8, August/ September 2003, p. 1 and 5.
Courses Taught: Language and Translation
Theory of Interpretation
Advanced Interpreting Analysis
Consecutive Interpreting
Reviewer of: Aptitude for Interpreting (LL Issue 27.289)
Exploring Translation Theories (LL Issue 25.5114)



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