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 Studies: The Role of Deaf Scholars”, edited by Annelies Kusters, Maartje De Meulder and Dai O’Brien and published by Oxford University Press in 2017.
Here you can find a blog about the conference.
Innovations in Deaf Studies: Critically mapping the field (Annelies Kusters, Maartje De Meulder and Dai O’Brien)
Afterword to the book Innovations in Deaf Studies (Paddy Ladd)
Academic and Community Interactions in the Formation of Deaf Studies in the United States (Joseph J. Murray)
The Emergence of a Deaf Academic Professional Class during the British Deaf Resurgence (Maartje De Meulder)
When Inclusion Excludes. Deaf, Researcher—Either, None, or Both (Hilde Haualand)
Deaf-led Deaf Studies: Using Kaupapa Maori Principles to Guide the Development of Deaf Research Practices (Dai O’Brien)
Cripping Deaf Studies and Deaf Literature: Deaf Queer Ontologies and Intersectionality (Rezenet Moges)
Authenticating Ownership: Claims to Deaf Ontologies in the Global South (Erin Moriarty Harrelson)
A Dialogue on Deaf Theology: Deaf Ontologies Seeking Theology (Hannah Lewis and Kirk VanGilder)
Intergenerational Responsibility in Deaf Pedagogies (Marieke Kusters)
Sign Language Peoples’ Right to be Born: The Bioethical Debate in Karawynn Long’s “Of Silence and Slow Time” (Rachel Masque)
Visual Methods in Deaf Studies: Using Photography and Filmmaking in Research with Deaf People (Dai O’Brien and Annelies Kusters)
Deaf mobilities across international borders: Visualising intersectionality and translanguaging (MobileDeaf) (Annelies Kusters, Steve Emery, Erin Moriarty Harrelson, Amandine le Maire)
Closing of the conference (Maartje De Meulder and Joseph Murray)