Surrency, Steven, M.A., Ph.D., CI & CT; SC:L
Steven Surrency is interested in the interaction between language, culture, and philosophy. His areas of specialization include interpretation (hermeneutics) in religious contexts, contemporary Roman Catholic issues in translation, the history of interpretation, and ethical dilemmas for both spoken and signed language interpreters. In addition to his work in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, he serves on the faculty of the Honors College and cooperates extensively with Residential Education as a Faculty Fellow. Outside of his work in the university, he enjoys time with his family, traveling Europe, and powerlifting.
- Curriculum Vitae
|Bachelors of Social Science||USF||2003|
|Masters of Linguistics||USF||2005|
|Masters of Philosophy||USF||2015|
|PHD of Philosophy and Religion||USF||2015|
- Culture and Diversity in Communication Sciences
- Philosophy of Religious Language (a.k.a. “Preaching, Praying, and Doubting”)
- Acquisition of Knowledge
- History of Christian Thought
- General Linguistics
- Linguistic and Cognitive Processing
- Consecutive Interpreting
- Simultaneous Interpreting
- Surrency, S. “Deafheart: Considerations from the Social Sciences.” FRID Conference, Orlando. October, 2014.
- Bonni, B, Smith, A & Surrency, S (Forthcoming). Foundations of American Sign Language: Course 3. Kendall Hunt. Dubuque.
- Smith, A & Surrency, S (2014). Foundations of American Sign Language: Course 2. Kendall Hunt. Dubuque.
- Smith, A & Surrency, S (2014). Foundations of American Sign Language. Kendall Hunt. Dubuque.
- Smith, A., & Surrency, S. (2012). Massachusetts Front Porch Study: CSA at Walden School, Framingham. Tampa, FL: University of South Florida, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, Dept. of Child and Family Studies, College of Behavioral and Community Science
- Surrency, S (2012). “The Eucharist as Sacrifice: Linguistic and Hermeneutic Considerations,” North American Patrology Conference. Chicago.
- Surrency, S. “Culture and Customization.” RID Views. Washington, D.C. January, 2012