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  • Mary Beth Kitzel 7:02 pm on June 6, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Deaf Geography, ,   

    The International Conference in Deaf Geographies
    27 & 28 June, 2016
    Rochester Institute of Technology
    Rochester NY

    https://www.rit.edu/cla/deafgeogconference/

    REGISTER TODAY!

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  • Mary Beth Kitzel 3:43 pm on March 13, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Deaf Geography,   

    The DeafSpace project has been enjoying wonderful press recently. Congratulations!

    http://www.curbed.com/2016/3/2/11140210/gallaudet-deafspace-washington-dc

    Check out this piece from curbed.com.

     
  • Mary Beth Kitzel 1:29 pm on November 25, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Deaf Geography, , , , Human Geography, Methods   

    Announcing the 2014 Field School in Deaf Geographies! 

    We are happy to announce the second year of the field school.

    Program Schedule 2014 Dates: June 23 – July 27

    Program Location: Herstmonceux Castle, Hailsham, East Sussex

    Enrolment / Deadline: 20 students. Apply by March 15th, 2014

    Participant Profile: Undergraduate students with Level 2 standing

    Feel free to look at our website for more details:

    http://queensu.ca/bisc/academics/programs/upper-year/specialized-programs-2014/deaf-geographies

     
  • Mary Beth Kitzel 1:13 pm on June 9, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , Deaf Geography, Herstmoncuex Castle, Queen's University (Canada)   

    Workshop in Deaf Geographies 

    Download this invitation and programme (PDF)

    Download the registration form for physical attendance (.doc)

    Please note, to access the free webcast, you’ll need to pre-register by emailing deaf_geog@bisc.queensu.ac.uk and providing an email address. We’ll then set you up with a login.

    Field School of Deaf Geographies
    Queen’s University (Canada)
    Bader International Study Centre
    Herstmonceux Castle
    12-14 July 2013

    The staff and students of the Field School of Deaf Geographies would like to warmly invite you to attend the first international Workshop in Deaf Geographies, 12-14 July, 2013, hosted by Queen’s University (Canada) Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle in Hailsham, East Sussex. The Workshop will bring together student and professional researchers who are experts in the field, and is open to all those interested in the intersections of Human Geography and Deaf culture, community, and history.

    Research into the Geographies and Historical Geographies of the Deaf community has recently emerged as one of the most exciting, developing areas of Human Geography. Drawing together questions of embodiment, communication, culture and belonging, Deaf Geographies ask what these fundamental building blocks of humanness look like through the eyes of a community who perform their cultural and social geographies in the visual.

    The event will be interpreted between spoken English, BSL, and ASL, and is specifically designed to provide a balance between academic discussion and social interaction.

    Workshop attendees are welcome to stay in on-site accommodation or register for day attendance. Overnight accommodation, including meals, is available at the very reasonable rate of £10.50 per person/£15.30 with spouse (VAT incl), per night. Places are limited. Please register before Friday, 28 June.
    Day attendance includes lunch and dinner at the day rate of £4.80 (incl. VAT). Participants will need additional funds for personal spending, insurance, and transport to/from Herstmonceux Castle. You are welcome to attend without reserving a place, but pre-registration is preferred. Day rate fees may be paid on arrival.

    For those of you too far to attend in person but would still be interested in participating, please consider joining us virtually that weekend. We are taking the conference to the web via the Blackboard Collaborate System. Pre-registration is required for that as well. Virtual attendance registration will be available until 8 July.

    If you are interested in joining us in person or virtually, please contact us at deaf_geog@bisc.queensu.ac.uk.

    Please feel free to share this invitation with colleagues you think might be interested in participating.

    We look forward to welcoming you to the Castle.

    Sincerely,
    Mary Beth

     
  • Mary Beth Kitzel 3:02 pm on May 6, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Deaf Geography, , EDGS,   

    EDGS Meet!

    The inaugural European Deaf Geographies Summit (EDGS) met 23-25 April 2012 in Bristol. The three-day meeting was informal, intense, exciting and productive. Our numbers may have been few, but our vision mighty! Below is a synopsis of our activities:

    Day 1: We convened and covered a range of issues from the history of the field to researcher existential angst to publishing to future research agendas. Surrounded the talks with delicious food and ended the evening with a screening of The Hammer.

    Day 2: Mary Beth Kitzel gave a presentation on her dissertation research at Bristol’s Centre for Deaf Studies, followed by a short field walk of the university neighbourhood, and a more extensive excursion into the region, including North Somerset, Somerset and Bristol. Highlights included the Cheddar Gorge and Weston-Super-Mare. The evening film screening was The Heart of the Hydrogen Jukebox.

    Day 3. Final Day. Spent morning networking with personnel from Bristol including Dai O’Brien and Donna West. The afternoon was a strategy session for future projects, including The Field School of Deaf Geographies’ curriculum. Delegates departed in the late afternoon.

    All in all, a cracking three days. A HUGE thank you to the Gulliver family, our excellent hosts, for permitting the invasion. I am already looking forward to the next time we convene. If you’re interested in joining us for the next EDGS event, please contact any of the founding organizers: Gill Harold (UC Cork), Mike Gulliver (Bristol), or Mary Beth Kitzel (Sussex).

     
  • Mary Beth Kitzel 12:51 pm on March 3, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Deaf Geography,   

    Check out information on the inaugural 2013 Deaf Geographies Field School at Queen’s University (Canada) Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex here:
    http://mbkitzel.wordpress.com/

     
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