Japanese Sign Language conference to take place at Yokohama City in October

The Japanese Association of Sign Linguistics will hold the 36th Japanese Sign Language (JSL) Research Conference on October 30, Saturday -31, Sunday, 2010 in the Keio University Hiyoshi Campus at Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture.

The conference theme is "JSL research to be given back to the signing community".

Tentative program:
October 30 (Saturday)
10:00 opening ceremonies
10:15-11:30 lecture
"JSL Research and I" by Harumi Kimura
She will talk what the JSL research has influenced the society, and what the JSL research that helps the signing community means.
*Kimura will give a presentation in the video letter from the United States where she will be staying on that day.
11:30-12:30 lunchtime
12:30-16:30 presentations/reports (8) 18:00-20:00 get-together

October 31 (Sunday)
9:00-12:00 presentations/reports (6) 12:00-13:00 lunchtime, meanwhile the general meeting for the membership to be hold.
13:00-4:00 presentations/reports (2) 14:15-16:15 reports related to JSL research
-"Trial on traffic accident won by the Deaf woman and JSL studies" by Daisuke Hara
- "Ethics for the researcher" by Saori Tanaka
16:30 ending

Registration fee:
Member 5,000 yen (4,000 yen only for a day)
Non-member 7,000 yen (6,000 yen only for a day)
student 5,000 yen (4,000 yen only for a day)

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