Folami Ford, doctoral candidate, gives lecture during Department of Interpretation Colloquium Lecture Series

  • Title: Folami Ford, doctoral candidate, gives lecture during Department of Interpretation Colloquium Lecture Series
  • Posted by: Andrew Greenman
  • Featured: April 17-28, 2017
  • Byline:Courtesy of Annie Marks
  • Description

    Folami Ford, G-'05, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Interpretation and Translation, provided a lecture titled "Creating a Space of Our Own: A Phenomenological Study of the Lived Reality of African American ASL-English Interpreters" for the Colloquium Lecture Series. In her lecture, Ford described her dissertation study which examines the lived experience of African American ASL-English interpreters through the lens of critical race theory, intersectionality, and Black feminist thought. 

Posted by Andrew Greenman | Posted April 17, 2017 at 1:07 PM

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