Listserv on Deaf Studies, Sign Linguistics in Africa

Posted on 13 May 2008. Filed under: Announcements, Deaf, Middle East and North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa Region | Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Dr Victoria Nyst at Leiden University and Shane Gilchrist ÓhEorpa at the University of Amsterdam have set up a new yahoogroups (listserv) for scholars and researchers in Deaf Studies, Sign Linguistics, and related studies in Africa.

The group is open to people who have some expertise/knowledge about the Deaf Community in Africa.

In order to join the group, you need to send a blank email to:

deafstudies-africa-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

and you will be automatically added.

This group is meant to be a small, informal, perhaps chatty group for scholars in Deaf Studies, Sign Linguistics, and related topics in Africa.

You can read past messages posted in the DeafStudies-Africa listserv via the web at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DeafStudies-Africa/. However, to post messages of your own, you need to be subscribed. Follow the link for more details.



Thank you to Shane Gilchrist ÓhEorpa for circulating this notice on the deafintl listserv.

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he have lair and nothing worked a sign linguisct seriou in kenya.KENYA was hated Shane Gilchrist ÓhEorpa,police want jail for him,he have behavior man.he aim what do this homosexual in Kenya,we have a bad felt him and complained with him,he would be back in Holland on last year.please take care them.

I am doing my post graduation with clinical psychology and I am doing my dissertation on hearing impaired people i.e doing a comparative study with hearing and non-hearing people, checking frustration tolerance level and their level of aspiration by using frustration tolerance tool and level of aspiration tool.I want guidance and inputs to make my study more better. If i shall get any help then i will be highly oblised and greatful.i would also like to be a part of this group so that i can get in touch with the latest informations.


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