The School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences
Public Lecture: World Federation of the Deaf President comes to Trinity!
Four New Scholars for School!
Áine Nally - Deaf Studies
(L-R: Prof Lorraine Leeson, Áine Nally, Carmel Grehan, Teresa Lynch and Dr. John Bosco Conama)
EURKOREA 2013: European Perspectives of Korea, November 2013: Call for Papers until 30/06/2013
Title: Codes that don't fit. An ethnographic exploration of the Traveller Cant
Speaker: Maria Rieder
Time and Place: Monday 11th March 2013, at 8pm in Room 4050B, Arts Building, TCD.
Medisigns Conference on Medical Interpreting. 1-2 March 2013. More information.
III European Forum of Sign Language Interpreters (EFSLI) Working Seminar. 27 and 28 February 2013 More information.
Hidden Histories: Deaf Lives Ireland
There is a crucial difference in collecting ‘oral’ history from the Deaf community, as it cannot be recorded in audio format. As Irish Sign Language is a visual language, it can be only recorded visually. Hence a camcorder is required to film the interviewees. The Deaf Lives Ireland project is a part of the broader Hidden Histories project – funded by the EU Grundtvig programme. More
Korea Foundation Grant
The School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences has been awarded a Korea Foundation Grant to enable the growth of Korean Studies at TCD. The Korea Foundation supports efforts in leading universities worldwide to establish research and education Korean Studies programmes ... more.
Japan Foundation Grant
The School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences has been awarded a grant from the Japan Foundation to support the development of Japanese language learning opportunities for all undergraduates and postgraduates. The Japan Foundation is a Japanese public organization dedicated to implementing comprehensive international cultural exchange projects worldwide... more.
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