RADSCC - ASL Lecture Series Presentations

ASL Lecture Series Presentations

The ASL Lecture Series invites presenters on topics related to ASL, Deaf Culture, Deaf community/history, sign language research, linguistics, ASL Literature, ASL/English Interpretation, research, teaching and learning.

(For Professional Development)

The ASL Lecture Series is designed to:

  • provide professional and communication development on ASL and Deaf culture
  • encourage signing in public spaces
  • motivate audiences to learn more about ASL and Deaf culture
  • offer opportunities to experience formal (academic) signing/presentations
Deaf Wisdom: How Deaf People Shaped My Career
09/16/2022
Dan Veltri

Dan Veltri
The Juxtaposition of Sign Language Policy
04/15/2022
Tawney Holmes Hlibok

Tawney Holmes Hlibok
Deaf Villains in Hollywood Films and TV Productions
01/28/2022
Ben Jarashow

Ben Jarashow
Special Presentation: Franco-American Partnership
12/09/2021
Naturale, Kurz, Golaszewski

Naturale, Kurz, Golaszewski
From the Whole to the Parts
11/05/2021
Keith Gamache

Keith Gamache
Co-Navigating with ASL
09/21/2021
Barbara Spiecker

Barbara Spiecker
Breaking the Barriers: My Journey as an Actor
04/12/2021
Daniel Durant

Daniel Durant
A Journey of Diverse Communication
02/24/2021
Korian "Koko" Thomas

Korian "Koko" Thomas
Imposter Syndrome and Victories
02/19/2021
Leah Geer Zarchy

Leah Geer Zarchy
Shaping My Identity
10/16/2020
Jeremy Lee Stone

Jeremy Lee Stone
The World Through the Eyes of a De’VIA Artist
02/14/2020
David Call

David Call
Deaf Interpreters: Central Players in Healthcare Access
01/31/2020
Donna Guardino

Donna Guardino
What Color is Your Soul?
11/08/2019
Mia Sanchez

Mia Sanchez
Orature in the Black Deaf Community
04/08/2019
Earl Terry

Earl Terry
Disability Access and the Federal Communications Commission
03/28/2019
Suzy Rosen

Suzy Rosen
Climate Change and the Deaf Earth
03/06/2019
Caroline Solomon

Caroline Solomon
Telling Your Story: The Power of Connecting Across Languages and Cultures
02/27/2019
Roberta Mather

Roberta Mather
Larwan Berke’s Life: Tech What?
01/30/2019
Larwan Berke

Larwan Berke
Changing with the Times After 50 Years
10/12/2018
Sam and Barbara Ray Holcomb

Sam and Barbara Ray Holcomb
How the "Eyes" Read Sign Language
09/20/2018
Rain Bosworth

Rain Bosworth
Debugging my Interpreter Operating System: the other "iOS"
04/09/2018
Aaron Brace

Aaron Brace
International Issues for People with Disabilities: Focus on Philippines & Japan
04/06/2018
Soya Mori

Soya Mori
"Flying" Through Barriers at NASA
03/2018
Johanna Lucht

Johanna Lucht
Chasing your Dream, One Step at a Time
02/08/2018
Michael Conrad

Michael Conrad
Crossing Over
11/10/2017
Norma Moran

Norma Moran
LEAD-K: Getting Kids Kindergarten-Ready
05/26/2017
Dr. Roz Rosen

Dr. Roz Rosen
The Naked Truth: Reclaim Power of Self
03/23/2017
Storm Smith  [RIT login required*]

Storm Smith
The Effects of Language Experience on the Development of Number Representations in Deaf, Hard-of-Hearing and Hearing Children
03/2017
Marie Coppola

Marie Coppola
The Value of Deaf Elders
02/17/2017
Nancy Hlibok Amann

Nancy Hlibok Amann
Value of ASL Literature
11/04/2016
Benjamin Bahan  [RIT login required*]

Benjamin Bahan
Sociolinguistic Features of "Academic ASL"
04/21/2016
Raychelle Harris  [RIT login required*]

Raychelle Harris
Black De'VIA
02/25/2016
Takiyah Harris

Takiyah Harris
Tapping into the Cognitive Processes
12/02/2015
Debra Russell

Debra Russell
Deaf Citizens: Perspectives from the Sub-Saharan Africa
11/16/2015
Khadijat Rashid

Khadijat Rashid
Resilience of Deaf students in Postsecondary Education
09/16/2015
Dr. Kim Kurz and Dr. Jason Listman  [RIT login required*]

Dr. Kim Kurz and Dr. Jason Listman
America’s Constructed Image of Deaf People as Drawn from Newspaper Articles on Cochlear Implantation
03/19/2015
Flavia Fleischer

Flavia Fleischer
A Long Strange Journey - Reflections on 10 Years of Deafhood Developments
11/10/2014
Paddy Ladd

Paddy Ladd
The Science of ASL Storytelling
05/04/2014
Melissa Malzkuhn

Melissa Malzkuhn
Language Contact
03/14/2003
David Quintos-Pozos

David Quintos-Pozos
Cinematic Techniques in ASL
05/05/2000
Dr. H-Dirksen Bauman

Dr. H-Dirksen Bauman
Semiotics Analysis of ASL Poetry
04/07/2000
Cynthia Campbell

Cynthia Campbell
Opening Eyes
1998
Karen Christie and Dorothy Wilkins

Karen Christie and Dorothy Wilkins
Representations
1996
Dr. William Stokoe

Dr. William Stokoe
Finding Myself as a Deaf Adult
1991
Clayton Valli

Clayton Valli
Transcription Systems and Sign Language
1988
Scott Liddell

Scott Liddell
Creating Original ASL Poetry
1987
Patrick Graybill

Patrick Graybill
Translation as an Educational Tool
1987
Patrick GrayBill

Patrick GrayBill

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