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Two-day workshop on the second language acquisition of sign language, April 27-28


Presentation by Dutch speaker of English (left) being interpreted into Swedish Sign Language (middle) and British Sign Language (right) simultaneously.

The Lab hosts the second Leverhulme Network Workshop on the second language acquisition of sign language on April 27-28.

The Leverhulme network, coordinated by Prof. Gary Morgon, City University London, brings together deaf and hearing scholars from the UK, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, and Sweden to discuss the second language acquisition of sign language. It is a truly multilingual event - the workshop languages will be spoken English, British Sign Language, Swedish Sign Language, and International Sign.

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