Deaf woman works as a sign language researcher in UK

Sagara Keiko
(photo: http://deafunity.org/)
June 7, 2013

Sagara Keiko currently works as a sign language researcher and is a student of linguistics at the University of Central Lancaster in UK. 

Recently she was interviewed by the Deaf Unity.

Excerpt:

"I am a Japanese deaf woman and have been a sign language researcher at iSLanDS (International Institute for Sign Languages and Deaf Studies) since I moved to the UK three years ago.

I am enjoying my new life here in the UK and have learned about a lot of fascinating things such as BSL, British culture, foods and fantastic people."


Read more (English):
http://deafunity.org/article-interview/sagara-keiko-sign-language-researcher/


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