Deaf geographies, and other worlds.

As far as I know this is the…

As far as I know, this is the first course like this to be run… in the world!
Contact Mary Beth for more information on this… her details are at the bottom.

Deaf geographies sandbox

The Bader International Study Centre of Queen’s University (Canada) announces an innovative new Field School in Deaf Geographies to be offered during the summer of 2013. The very first of its kind, this exciting opportunity is an intensive five-week, six credit unit programme, allowing students to engage with analytical and theoretical frameworks within Human Geography, Social Science Research Methods, and European Deaf History. Our learning approach is grounded in experiential and transformative learning. To that end, students participate in the ongoing research initiatives of leading Deaf geographers and they will also have the opportunity to tour and conduct research in key institutions such as the National Archive at Kew, the British Library, and local archive offices. Research specialists in the field of Human Geography and Deaf Studies will provide instruction.

Goals of the Field School

  • To thoughtfully and critically engage with Human Geography from a Deaf cultural perspective
  • To…

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This entry was posted on January 11, 2013 by in Musings.
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