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Share your work! Present at the NAD Conference! | National ...

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Advancing ASL: Linguistics & Aesthetics; Bilingualism & Education; Civil Rights & Legal Advocacy; Employment & Entrepreneurship; Inclusion & Intersectionality; State & Local Level Advocacy (Legislative & Educational) ...
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Deaf News Today: University promotes ASL Linguist

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Carol Padden is rising in the ranks at UC San Diego. The sign-language expert and MacArthur Foundation "genius" grant recipients will serve as the school's Interim Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.
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Great news for one of the foremost experts on ASL linguistics!
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Redeafined: Santa Loves Good Grammar: The Night Before Christmas in ASL

Redeafined: Santa Loves Good Grammar: The Night Before Christmas in ASL | American Sign Language | Scoop.it
RT @redeafined: 'Twas the Night Before #Christmas in #ASL http://t.co/vIz3hf1PIp #signlanguage #deaf #linguistics
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A Deaf Linguist Explores Black American Sign Language – Percolator - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education

A Deaf Linguist Explores Black American Sign Language – Percolator - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education | American Sign Language | Scoop.it
Deaf Linguist Explores Black American Sign Language http://t.co/fwHBbPWFi8 #deaf #ASL #linguistics
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Explainer: what is sign language? - The Conversation

Explainer: what is sign language? - The Conversation | American Sign Language | Scoop.it
Explainer: what is sign language? The Conversation Despite recognition since the middle of the 20th century among linguists that sign languages are also “real” languages, many misconceptions about sign languages persist.
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