Deaf-led research into a natural situation that parallels the ‘gesture-rich’ example created by Samsung’s ‘sign language city’.
With permission, this is reproduced from a Facebook post by Annelies Kusters who is a Deaf academic colleague. It presents an alternative to the generally polarised views that have come … Continue reading
The last few days have been quite interesting. For a few weeks, I’d been talking to Emma Tracey from the BBC about an article on St Saviour’s. I was really … Continue reading
Apologies to those who have no cultural reference for the title… I seem to make a habit of using song lyrics to sum up how I feel. This time, it’s … Continue reading
As you’ll know if you read this blog, I’ve recently been appointed Research Assistant (which is a slightly demeaning way of saying that I’m the main researcher!) on a three … Continue reading
My post with ideas for making academic work available to the Deaf community responded to a very real need – and provoked at least three offline discussions. The first two were … Continue reading
In the last week, Deaf academics Dai o’Brien and Steve Emery have had an article published. Their paper picks apart the politics of power that regulate the roles of Deaf … Continue reading
Leverhulme funded project – Scripture, dissent and Deaf space: St Saviour’s, Oxford Street Department of Religion and Theology, University of Bristol To commence start of March 2014 The University of … Continue reading