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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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SHARE: Job announcement: tenure-track position opening at California State University, Long Beach

To be shared: tenure-track position opening at California State University, Long Beach with my alma mater. The position is in the Department of Linguistics & ASL Linguistics and Deaf Cultures Program (ASLD). The effective date is August 17, 2020 (Fall Semester) … Continue reading

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SHARE: Job announcement: Full-time Tenure-track faculty, Department of Linguistics at Gallaudet University

Please share widely. New job announcement for full-time tenure-track faculty in the Department of Linguistics at Gallaudet University Responsibilities: 1. Teach graduate courses in the MA and PhD programs in linguistics. 2. Teach undergraduate courses in the undergraduate minor in … Continue reading

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SHARE: Job announcement: Tenure-track faculty, Dept of Linguistics at Gallaudet

Please share widely. New job announcement for full-time tenure-track faculty in the department of linguistics at Gallaudet University Responsibilities: 1. Teach graduate courses in the MA and PhD programs in linguistics. 2. Teach undergraduate courses in the undergraduate minor in … Continue reading

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Dissertation defense – Casey Thornton “The status of palm orientation in the phonological representation of American Sign Language” 3/23/17, 2 pm LLRH6 101

Casey Thornton, a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Linguistics, will defend her dissertation on “The status of palm orientation in the phonological representation of American Sign Language” on Thursday, March 23, at 2 p.m. in Living and Learning Residence … Continue reading

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Pre-release screening of video textbook “Sign Language Acquisition by Deaf and Hearing Children…” 4/14 @SAC1011

There will be a pre-release screening of a new video textbook, Sign Language Acquisition by Deaf and Hearing Children: A Bilingual Introductory Digital Course (Thursday, April 14 from 2:30-4 in SAC 1011) This book approaches language acquisition using sign language … Continue reading

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Brown Bag – showing of “Ishaare” by Annelies Kusters 10/28 and 11/4, 12-1 @SLCC Open Space, Ling Dept

Please join us in the open space of the department the next two Wednesdays, 10/28 and 11/4 at noon for a special Brown Bag film event. We will be showing a recently released film titled “Ishaare,” directed by Anthropologist Annelies Kusters, and … Continue reading

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Job announcement: Tenure-track position in Department of Linguistics at Gallaudet

From: Gallaudet Human Resources at http://bit.ly/1ed6Qff Department: Department of Linguistics Job Number: UF-130506111744 Date Posted: 5/6/2013 Status: Accepting applications TENURE-TRACK FACULTY POSITION DEPARTMENT OF LINGUISTICS GALLAUDET UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL AND PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS POSITION CONTINGENT ON FUNDING Gallaudet University serves deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing … Continue reading

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4/29 Student presentations on language variation 12-1 PM

The students in LIN 860 Language Variation will present the findings of their project on Monday, April 29, 12- 1 pm, Linguistics open area- light refreshments will be served. Please bring your lunch and join us!

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“It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s a…thesis?” Guest blog post by doctoral student Christina Healy

I’ve said many times that the best advice I’ve received so far as I head towards my dissertation is to remember that it is the *first* step of my research life, not the capstone.  To keep that in mind, keep … Continue reading

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