Last Friday morning, I successfully defended my thesis. This Wednesday afternoon, I submitted my thesis for publication on Digital Commons. The title is “Keeping it Vague: A Study of Vague Language in an American Sign Language Corpus and Implications for Interpreting Between American Sign Language and English.” Thanks to everyone who has cheered me on and expressed interest in my work! I will post the URL to the thesis paper as soon as it’s published. — Daniel Greene, MA. 🙂
P.S. I probably should mention the degree is the Master of Arts in Interpreting Studies with an emphasis in Teaching Interpreting, offered by Western Oregon University. I recommend it!
- Student teaching and thesis writing my last quarter in grad school
- Introduction & Goals for WOU MAIS
- My Article on Vague Language (VL) Featured in RID Views