WEBINAR: DEAF REFUGEES’ LANGUAGING 🗓

TUESDAY 10TH NOVEMBER 2020 at 3:00 – 5:00 PM (UK time) Research presentation by Amandine le Maire (Heriot-Watt University) and Nina Sivunen (University of Jyväskylä) and panel discussion with deaf refugees : Ibrahim Al-Kadri and Chris Kubwimana. Interactive discussion, Q&A  Language: International Sign with interpretation to spoken English. You need a password to log in […]


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DEAF MIGRATION LONDON ZOOM WEBINAR: Tuesday 18 August 2020, 3-5 pm GMT Research presentation by Steve Emery and Sanchayeeta Iyer       (with photos and film clips) Interactive discussion, Q&A  Language: British Sign Language with interpretation to spoken English and International Sign  You need a password to log in to this session. Register and you will be sent the password. REGISTRATION […]


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“Waar is de rode draad?”: Anthropologists and Filmmakers Making Deaf Ethnographic Films

By: Erin Moriarty Harrelson 27 September 2018 What is the difference between deaf ethnographic filmmaking and producing documentaries for television and cinema? This question was raised during a filmmaking workshop hosted by MobileDeaf on 17-18 September 2018, attended by the filmmakers from Belgium and London we work with. As a part of its research and […]


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Innovations in Deaf Studies

Here you can find some of the presentations and powerpoints from the conference cum book launch “Deaf Scholars and Innovations in Deaf Studies”, held at Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, on 14-15 June 2017 (hashtag #innodeaf). The conference was financed by the ERC Starting Grant for MobileDeaf. The book that was launched is called “Innovations in Deaf […]


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PhDeaf: doing a PhD from a deaf perspective

Amandine and Annelies were at the “Dr Deaf” workshop in Ål in Norway, from 19-21 January 2018. Annelies was one of the four instructors and Amandine was one of the 35 participants. The other instructors were Dr. Joseph Murray (who organised the workshop), Dr. Hilde Haualand and Dr. Robert Adam. Participants came from Norway, Sweden, Finland, […]


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Visiting an all-deaf research team: Finnish PhD student Nina Sivunen’s 2 months with MobileDeaf

    Hello! My name is Nina Sivunen and I am a PhD student at the Centre of Applied Language Studies at the University of Jyväskylä, Finland. I got a University of Jyväskylä Science Council´s Research Mobility Grant for strengthening strategic partnership and career development. I applied for this grant to join the all-deaf research […]


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