Tomorrow I’ll be heading down to Dundalk where Mark Wheatley will be giving the keynote address for the DCID conference, Teaching Sign Language: Inclusion for All More details here UPDATE: Unfortunately I’ve been informed by the conference hotel that the event has been cancelled. It’s a shame the organisers weren’t able to inform registered delegates… Read more »
Posts By: Sally Gillespie
Translation and Interpreting Studies at Queen’s University Belfast, in association with Action on Hearing Loss and the British Deaf Association, announces a two-day conference to be held in Belfast on 26th and 27th September 2013, to mark the tenth anniversary of government recognition of BSL and ISL in the United Kingdom. The following speakers… Read more »
Hello everyone and thanks for your interest in my research. I can’t believe I’m 9-months into my research already, although I got a timely reminder of just how quickly time was creeping on when I was required to go through the process of differentiation. ‘Differentiation’ seems to have magical qualities that can reduce undifferentiated PhD… Read more »
10 current PhD students from the Translations and Interpreting in the School of Modern Languages will be giving 5-minute flash presentations addressing key issues in the field, identified through their research. Time: 18.00 22/04/2013 Location: Seminar room 1, IPSC This event is open to the public and registration is not required.