Current trends in international researches in Deaf Studies and Sign Languages Linguistics

Welcome video in International Sign

13th July 2015, University of Göttingen

Description of this workshop:
In the last 50 years, research on Sign Languages has been increasing steadily. Since around the millennium, studies on Sign Languages and Deaf Cultures (communities, values, networks, spaces) have become broader thereby also collaborating with neighboring scientific disciplines such as anthropology, cultural studies, neuroscience, computer sciences, and literature studies. A particularly interesting and important development in Sign Language Linguistic is the design of new experimental and elicitation methods, which lead to a more professional and sustainable empirical basis in this field. In addition, new developments in Deaf Studies broaden the perspective and focus on deaf ontologies and deaf epistemologies, deaf experiences and deaf spaces. This workshop brings together researchers from Sign Language Linguistics and Deaf Studies from Belgium, Brazil and Germany and discusses current research in the areas mentioned above.

Annelies Kusters (Max-Planck-Gesellschaft, Göttingen)
Claúdio Henrique Nunes Mourão (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre/Brazil)
Marcelo Lúcio Correia de Amorim (Universidade Federal do Ceará, Fortaleza/Brazil)
Annika Herrmann, Liona Paulus, Markus Steinbach (Department of German Philology, University Göttingen)
Sina Jahnke, Elisabeth Volk (Department of German Philology, University Göttingen)

Interpreters (International Sign/English)
Lissa Zeviar, NL
Christopher Stone, UK

Liona Paulus (Department of German Philology)
Annika Herrmann (Department of German Philology)
Markus Steinbach (Department of German Philology)

University of Göttingen
Graduate School of Humanities Göttingen (GSGG)
Friedländer Weg 2
37085 Göttingen

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