1. Shifting positionality: A critical examination of the turning point in the relationship of interpreters and the deaf community, Dennis Cokely
2. Towards real interpreting, Graham H. Turner
3. Educational interpreting: Access and outcomes, Marc Marschark, Patricia Sapere, Carol Convertino, and Rosemarie Seewagen
4. Linguistic features and strategies of interpreting: From research to education to practice, Jemina Napier
5. Code choices and consequences: Implications for educational interpreting, Jeffrey E. Davis
6. The research gap: Getting linguistic information into the right hands, implications for deaf education and interpreting, Robert G. Lee
7. Factors that influence the acquisition of ASL for interpreting students, David Quinto-Pozos
8. Service learning in interpreting education: A sense of place, Christine Monikowski and Rico Peterson
9. Designing a curriculum for American Sign Language/English interpreting educators, Elizabeth A. Winston
10. The emerging professionals: Deaf interpreters and their views and experiences on training, Eileen Forestal
11. Consumers and service effectiveness in interpreting work: A practice profession perspective, Robin K. Dean and Robert Q. Pollard, Jr.
Afterword - Interpreting and Interpreter Education: Adventures in Wonderland?
Patricia Sapere, Doni LaRock, Carol Convertino, Laurene Gallimore, and Patricia Lessard