We are very happy to announce the next and final session for the autumn quarter:
Being deaf outside and beyond the networks
PhD Student, University of Beyreuth, Germany
December 4th, 12.30 to 1.50 pm
Rosenwald 318 E
LIGHT REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED!
The presenter will be presenting a chapter from a larger dissertation titled, DEAF-DEAF- DIFFERENT. ambiguities of being deaf in Benin. Please join us for a thoughtful and engaged discussion!
Following are some of the question specifically circulated by Carsten for feedback:
- How do you like the style of writing?
- Is the amount of data suitable to make the points I mean to make?
- Does it make sense to you?
- What do you think of the ways that I refer to my data (fieldnotes, interviews, conversations…)?
The outline of the dissertation and the main chapter to be read before the meeting can be accessed here: https://drive.google.
com/drive/folders/1IaaOWRsl- A0J9JpxtBjaI7C_Dldjc9IH?usp= sharing
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Looking forward to seeing everyone soon!
Shruti and Sharon