Deaf history seminar to take place in Kyoto in July

The Japanese Society of Deaf History has announced that it would hold the Deaf History Seminar for two days from July 24 in Kyoto after an interval of six years.

Tentative Program:
- Saturday, July 24
Lecture: "Why do we learn Deaf history? - Basic knowledge"
by Hiroshi Suzumura (Deaf teacher of Gifu Prefecture Gifu School for the Deaf)

- Sunday, July 25
Panel discussion based on the lecture
Panelists:
Hiroshi Suzumura
(Deaf teacher of Gifu Prefecture Gifu School for the Deaf)
Tsuyoshi Sakurai
(President of the Japanese Society of Deaf History)
Shinnichi Nakane
(Vice President of the Japanese Society of Deaf History)

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