Tag Archives: signed languages

“Establishing Boundaries: Claims to Authority and Knowledge” WAPA Panel May 3, 2016 7-9 PM

Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists presents “Establishing Boundaries: Claims to Authority and Knowledge” The Washington Association of Professional Anthropologists presents “Establishing Boundaries: Claims to Authority and Knowledge.”   Panelists: Dr. Audrey C. Cooper, Erin Moriarty Harrelson, Dr. Julie A. Hochgesang, Dr. Jessica … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Talk– Onno Crasborn presents “Using ELAN to annotate sign corpora” 3/2 12-1p @SLCC Open Area 3rd floor

Onno Crasborn, Associate Professor of Linguistics at Radbound University, will be joining the Gallaudet Linguistics Department to share some of his extensive knowledge of ELAN and signed language corpora (see below for abstract). The presentation will start at 12:00 in the … Continue reading

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Celebrating International Mother Language Day today! (But not linguistic exclusion of signed languages)

By Audrey C. Cooper and Julie A. Hochgesang International Mother Language Day was started by UNESCO in 1999. It’s a day where local languages all over the world should be recognized and celebrated. It’s also a day where it is important to recognize … Continue reading

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Presentation – Donna Jo Napoli presents “Reactive Effort as a Factor that Shapes Sign Language Lexicons” 2/4 12:30 @SAC1011

This Thursday (February 4th) at 12:30 in SAC 1011, Dr. Donna Jo Napoli will be talking with us about her research, which asks how linguistic patterns emerge from physical facts about the world. Abstract for her talk titled “Reactive Effort as a Factor that … Continue reading

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