Talk: Paddy Ladd (09/24/12, 6:45PM, ROOM CHANGE: Kane 120)

Deafhood and Deaf Pedagogy
Dr. Paddy Ladd
University of Bristol, Centre for Deaf Studies, England
International Deaf Scholar, Researcher, Writer and Activist
Author of “Understanding Deaf Culture: In Search of Deafhood”

Hosted by the University of Washington ASL Program, Department of Linguistics

Kane Hall 120, University of Washington, Seattle
6:45 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. (opens at 6:30 p.m.)
September 24, 2012
Free Admission (No RSVP or ticket necessary)

Contact: Lance Forshay,

Co-sponsored by the Deaf Bilingual Coalition-Washington, Deaf Spotlight, I-LABS, Abused Deaf Women Advocacy Services, Washington ASL Teacher Association, ASL Interpreter Network, and Speech and Hearing Sciences.

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