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Radboud University Summer School courses for “Sign Language Documentation” and “Analyzing Sign Language Data” before SIGN10 (August 2020) in Nijmegen, Netherlands

Two short summer courses related to sign language research and taught by signing instructors will be offered by Radboud University Summer School  before SIGN10. “Sign Language Documentation”, taught by one of our faculty members Julie A. Hochgesang with support from Onno Crasborn, … Continue reading

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Save the date! LIN741 presentations – Dec 11 2-4 PM @SLCC3233 aka open area

For your calendars:    The students in LIN 741 Sociolinguistics in Deaf Communities will be presenting their research projects on Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2- 4 pm, in the Linguistics open area  ( SLCC 3233 ) –   please join us !  Light … Continue reading

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Lecture Series presentation by Dr. Jordan Fenlon on March 30

Gallaudet University Linguistics Department presents: What can we do with a sign language corpus? Insights from the BSL corpus project Date: March 30th Time:  12:00 PM – 1 :00 PM Place: SLCC  2300 A & B In this presentation, Dr. … Continue reading

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Presentation by Drs. Brenda Nicodemus and Laurie Swabey on “Preparation strategies for interpreting speeches: An examination of expert interpreters”

From GU’s Daily Digest on 2/11/2012: Dr. Brenda Nicodemus and Dr. Laurie Swabey will present “Preparation strategies for interpreting speeches: An examination of expert interpreters”  on Thursday, March 1, noon-1 p.m., JSAC, Rm. 1011. Given 20 minutes and the full … Continue reading

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Lecture by Dr. Tarcisio Leite: “Turn-taking in sign language conversation: Theoretical and methodological considerations”

From GU’s Daily Digest on 2/10/2012: The Department of Interpretation will host a lecture by Dr. Tarcisio Leite entitled “Turn-taking in sign language conversation: Theoretical and methodological considerations” on Tuesday, February 21, noon-1 p.m., Merrill Learning Center, Rm. B111. This … Continue reading

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