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1987 ASL Lecture Series Presentation by Patrick Graybill: Translation as an Educational Tool

1987 ASL Lecture Series Presentation by Patrick Graybill: Translation as an Educational Tool

MY NAME IS, UM… MEG DAIS, AND I AND SUSAN FISHER AND KEITH COORDINATE THE LECTURE SERIES. IF YOU HAVE YOUR LOOP MONITORS… ARE THEY WORKING OK? MAN: I CAN GET A SOUND CHECK. ACTUALLY, THEY’RE WORKING OK, YES. MEG: Read more…


1988 ASL Lecture Series Presentation by Scott Liddell: Transcription Systems and Sign Language

1988 ASL Lecture Series Presentation by Scott Liddell:  Transcription Systems and Sign Language

AND SUSAN WILL INTRODUCE HIM, BUT FIRST I JUST WANT TO EXPLAIN A FEW THINGS ABOUT THE LECTURE SERIES AND ABOUT THE DISCUSSION THAT FOLLOWS. AND WHILE I’M TALKING, I’M GOING TO PASS AROUND THIS BUNCH OF PAPERS, AND IF Read more…


1987 ASL Lecture Series Presentation by Patrick Graybill: Creating Original ASL Poetry

1987 ASL Lecture Series Presentation by Patrick Graybill: Creating Original ASL Poetry

PRESENTER TODAY IS PATRICK GRAYBILL. MIC IS NOT– ONLY IN THE EARPHONES. THE MICROPHONE IS PRESENT– IS IN THE SPEAKERS. THE MIC IS NOT SUPPOSED TO BE ON THE SPEAKERS, ONLY ON THE [INDISTINCT], YOU GUYS. – OK. IT’S– – Read more…


1987 National ASL Poetry Conference “A Tribe is Deaf” Presentation by Jim Cohn

1987 National ASL Poetry Conference “A Tribe is Deaf” Presentation by Jim Cohn

I SEEM TO HEAR SWEET NATURE’S MUSIC AND THE SONGS OF MAN. FOR I HAVE LEARNED FROM FANCY’S ARTISAN HOW WRITTEN WORDS CAN THRILL THE INNER EAR JUST AS THEY MOVE THE HEART, AND SO FOR ME, WORDS ALSO SEEM Read more…


1991 ASL Literature Conference Jim Cohn Presentation and Performance by Bonnie Kramer

[LAUGHS] [LAUGHTER] [DISTANT CONVERSATION] [INAUDIBLE] [APPLAUSE] [APPLAUSE] [DISTANT CONVERSATION] That’s my interpreter, Joy Duskin, and can you hear me OK without a microphone? QA people, can you hear me OK? Should be one microphone on [INAUDIBLE].. I need to pull Read more…


2000 ASL Lecture Series Line/Shot/Montages Presentation by Dr. H-Dirksen Bauman

2000 ASL Lecture Series Line/Shot/Montages Presentation by Dr. H-Dirksen Bauman

HELLO, EVERYONE. THANK YOU, PETER. TODAY IS OUR FINAL PRESENTATION OF THE ASL LECTURE SERIES, AND WE HAVE AN ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL PERSON, WHO USED TO WORK HERE AT NTID, TEACHING ENGLISH. HE LEFT HERE IN 1997. CURRENTLY, HE’S TEACHING AT Read more…


1991 ASL Presentation by Lois Bragg

1991 ASL Presentation by Lois Bragg

So if somebody asks a question from the audience, then we have another signer here in the very first row. I will relay the message to this person, then you’ll be able to respond. And don’t worry, we will have Read more…


2004 ASL Lecture Presentation by David Quintos-Pozos

2004 ASL Lecture Presentation by David Quintos-Pozos

WOMAN: HE GRADUATED FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF MEXICO AND THEN CAME TO ROCHESTER TO WORK AT RIT AS AN INTERPRETER FOR SEVERAL YEARS. HE WANTED TO CONTINUE HIS EDUCATION AND DECIDED TO GO TO THE UNIVERSITY [AUDIO DROPOUT] AT AUSTIN Read more…


2007 Interview with Ella Mae Lentz

2007 Interview with Ella Mae Lentz

I’m Ella Mae Lentz. I was born here in California in the Berkeley area. My parents are deaf. My father was from North Carolina. My mother went to the Berkeley School for the Deaf. I have one brother who’s deaf. Read more…


1991 ASL Literature Conference Presentation: Michelle Banks

1991 ASL Literature Conference Presentation: Michelle Banks

WOMAN: I WOULD LIKE TO GIVE A WARM WELCOME TO MICHELLE BANKS. SHE IS THE DIRECTOR OF ONYX AT … IN THAT PART OF NEW YORK CITY. DURING THE TALK, SHE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT IS AFRICAN-AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE IN Read more…