[lg policy] Fwd: [penguists] Sign Language Colloquium at Georgetown: Commemorating Pioneers in 100 Years of Sign Language Documentation

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Fri Nov 1 13:58:06 UTC 2013


 Forwarded.From: : penguists at babel.ling.upenn.edu


Dear Colleagues,

Please see below regarding a colloquium at Georgetown titled,
"Commemorating George Veditz and Georgetown University Pioneers in 100
Years of Sign Language Documentation," sponsored  the Sign Language
Research Lab, the GUMC Center for Brain Plasticity and
 Recovery and the Georgetown University Reflective Engagement in the Public
Interest initiative.  If anyone is in--or planning to be in--the D.C. area
at this time, this looks to be a promising lecture.

For more information, please contact Matt Malzkuhn at mlm316 at georgetown.edu.

Best,
Jami

  -------- Original Message --------

From: Ted Supalla
<trs53 at georgetown.edu<mailto:t**rs53 at georgetown.edu<trs53 at georgetown.edu>
>>
Date: Thursday, October 24, 2013 10:31 AM
To: Ruth Rouvier <rouvierr at si.edu<mailto:rouvie**rr at si.edu <rouvierr at si.edu>
>>
Subject: Commemorating Pioneers in 100 Years of Sign Language Documentation



I would like to share information with you on an upcoming Georgetown
University lecture series hosted and sponsored by the Sign Language
Research Lab, the GUMC Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery and the
Georgetown University Reflective Engagement in the Public Interest
initiative.  The project is entitled:   “Revitalizing the Pioneering Role
of Georgetown University in Sign Language Research” and events will
celebrate the innovative sign language research of Georgetown-trained
pioneers and will build new collaborations for conducting digital
multi-media research on sign languages and deaf communities. The first
event will take place on November 15, 2013 and is entitled "Commemorating
George Veditz and Georgetown University Pioneers in 100 Years of Sign
Language Documentation. " The event features panel workshops and an evening
film showcase and is open to all free of charge.  There will be full access
via English-American Sign Language interpreting.

We have attached a flyer and summary information on the event for your use.
 We would very much appreciate your sharing this information and the flyer
with your network of Recovering Voices friends, so that they can note the
date, the main presenters, and the overall schedule and location of events.
It is also available at our Sign Language Research Lab website:
http://cbpr.georgetown.edu/**researchlabs/slrl/<http://cbpr.georgetown.edu/researchlabs/slrl/>
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 Additional details and supporting material, such as logistical information
such as maps and parking details, will be added to the webpage as we get
closer to the event.

   I hope that you will be able to attend the events and look forward to
seeing you there!

Sincerely,
Ted

Ted Supalla, Ph.D.
Department of Neurology
Georgetown University
Building D, Suite 165
4000 Reservoir Rd. NW
Washington DC 20007

EMAIL: trs53 at georgetown.edu<mailto:tr**s53 at georgetown.edu<trs53 at georgetown.edu>
>

For 2012-2013:
Sign Language Research Lab
National Rehabilitation Hospital
Research Division - Suite 1270
102 Irving St. NW
Washington DC 20010








-- 
Jami N. Fisher
ASL Program Coordinator
Department of Linguistics
University of Pennsylvania
611 Williams Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104
jami at sas.upenn.edu
V: 215-746-5612
VP:  267-244-9100
or IP:  165.123.87.113






-- 
Jami N. Fisher
ASL Program Coordinator
Department of Linguistics
University of Pennsylvania
611 Williams Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19104
jami at sas.upenn.edu
V: 215-746-5612
VP:  267-244-9100
or IP:  165.123.87.113





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