The School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences
Language, Mind, Society: CLCS Public Lecture Series
Title: “Men don’t beg” – when gender meets interlanguage pragmatics.
Speaker: Dr Otilia Martí-Arnándiz, Department of Education, Universitat Jaume I, Castelló, Spain.
Time & Venue: 18 May 2016, 6.30pm, Neill Theatre, Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin.more info
Title: Language Myths: First Language, Second Language, What Language? Deaf Students and Sign Language Interpreters
Speaker: Dr. Christine Monikowski, Department of American Sign Language and Interpreting Education, Rochester, New York.
Time & Venue: 15 June 2016, 6.30pm, Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin.
PhD candidate Edyta English wins Best Paper Award at Donostia Young Researchers Symposium on Multilingualism (DISM2016) for her paper "Multilingualism and gestures: Gesture repertoires of Australian, Irish and Polish mono, bi- and multilingual speakers" more
Dr Margaret Walshe awarded HRB/Atlantic Philantrophies Grant for Dementia Research
Communication difficulties are an inherent part of dementia causing frustration, anxiety and misunderstanding for the person with dementia, but also caregivers and family. Communicating successfully not only improves our quality of life but also preserves our sense of identity. more.
Dr John Bosco Conama, Language Ambassador of the Year
Dr John Bosco Conama, Centre for Deaf Studies, receives the prestigious Language Ambassador of the Year award for his outstanding contribution to the promotion and recognition of Irish Sign Language (ISL) in Ireland. more.
New Directions in Telecollaborative Research and Practice
The School will host the second conference on telecollaboration in university in education in April 2016, continuing its pioneering commitment to the research and practice of online intercultural exchange. more
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