Monthly Archives: February 2014

March 7, 2014 Presentation at Georgetown – Lucas on Variation

Ceil Lucas, Gallaudet University: What Variation Tells Us about the Structure of Sign Languages Friday, March 7 at 4:00pm to 5:30pm  Poulton Hall, 230 1421 37th St., N.W., Washington The Georgetown University Sign Language Research Lab and the Department of Linguistics will jointly … Continue reading

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Summer School Prague 2014: Current Issues in Sign Language Linguistics – CISL 2014

Original Post by : Lucie Břinková Date: February 26, 2014 Summer School Prague 2014: Current Issues in Sign Language Linguistics – CISL 2014 Institute of Deaf Studies, Charles University is pleased to announce the first Summer School 2014: Current Issues … Continue reading

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Job Opening: Towson University, Full-Time Lecturer, Deaf Studies

Towson University is inviting applications for a full time, 10-month Lecturer position beginning in August 2014. Responsibilities include undergraduate instruction, academic advising, and university and community service. Applicants with previous college experience teaching American Sign Language 1 to 5 will be … Continue reading

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Deadline extended: LREC Workshop on Sign Language Corpora

Original post by Thomas Hanke, February 6 2014 Reposted from: SLLING-List Dear All, please note that the deadline for abstract submissions to the LREC workshop has been extended to Feb 12, 23:59 CET. Best regards, The organising committee =============================================================================================== 6th … Continue reading

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Gallaudet University Department of Linguistics presents “Applying Cognitive Linguistics to Second Language Learning: Experimental Evidence” by Andrea Tyler, PhD Georgetown University February 7, 2014 SAC 1011, 12:30 PM PRESENTATION IS IN ENGLISH, INTERPRETED IN ASL In this talk, I will discuss … Continue reading

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