Tag Archives: engaged research

News: ASL education represented at recent Community-Based Heritage Languages Schools conference

Miako Rankin, professor in our department, reported… “Such a great group representing ASL education at the Community-Based Heritage Language Schools conference! So wonderful to share ideas across our various perspectives. And an absolute pleasure to meet Dr. Kim Potowski of University … Continue reading

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News: Miako Rankin presented “Educational Interpreting: What’s Linguistics Got to Do With It?” in August, 2016

On August 31, Linguistics faculty member Miako Rankin traveled to Fredericksburg, Virginia, to meet with educational interpreters in the Spotsylvania School District (a few of whom are pictured here). Together they explored ways that a cognitive linguistic framework can inform … Continue reading

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If you find yourself asking questions like these, come explore with us!

This is a new poster by our department asking different kinds of questions that sign language linguists may ask (really, anywhere that ASL is mentioned on the poster, another sign language could be substituted). We posted it on Twitter but … Continue reading

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