WFD 2003 Call for Papers
tinipel at ONLINK.NET
Sun Oct 13 19:00:27 UTC 2002
Hello Charles and list. When I read your message CharlesI right away
thought of Stefan who can make beautiful posters in signwriting with large
signs, ones you can't help but you have to look at them. He has helped me to
make "name sign" posters for our students.
Then Josue From Columbia made a really beautiful drawing. It might be in
the archives dated November 8, 2001. Enlarge it and it would make a
FANTASTIC poster. You may get her permission to use it.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles Butler" <chazzer3332000 at YAHOO.COM>
To: <SW-L at ADMIN.HUMBERC.ON.CA>
Sent: Sunday, October 13, 2002 1:04 PM
Subject: Re: WFD 2003 Call for Papers
> Hello all,
> I have sent for information on getting a booth for
> SignWriting at the WFD convention. Once I do, I will
> post that information here. Perhaps if we pool our
> resources, we can set up a booth with literature,
> research papers, and perhaps a computer with software
> loaded (both the SW4.4 and the FileMaker software) as
> well as our various projects.
> When I went to DeafWay, there was much more interest
> in the posters, handouts, and people were looking for
> solid information, but there was no central place to
> gather. Plus, most of the emphasis was on U.S. Deaf
> and ASL, rather than showing the breadth of the use of
> Sign Writing.
> I have designed some posters for ASL and for Libras,
> but equivalent posters for the other Signed Languages
> developed on this net would be very helpful. We need
> to get something together, this may be a good start to
> really show WFD that there is a large SW community out
> Charles Butler
> SignNet Project
> Bridgeville, Delaware
> --- Angus Grieve-Smith <grvsmth at UNM.EDU> wrote:
> > Thanks to Marie-Anne Sallandre for bringing
> > my attention to the
> > World Federation for the Deaf conference in Montreal
> > next year. Abstract
> > submission deadline is October 31, 2002.
> > <http://www.wfd2003.org/>
> > --
> > -Angus B.
> > Grieve-Smith
> > Linguistics
> > Department
> > University
> > of New Mexico
> > grvsmth at unm.edu
> grvsmth at panix.com
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