The Gallaudet University Department of Interpretation and Translation is pleased to announce the first lecture in its 2016-2017 Colloquium Lecture Series. The annual series consists of four academic lectures that showcase research scholars presenting on topics critical to Interpreting and Translation Studies. Each year, the highly acclaimed series is viewed by thousands of students, practitioners, and scholars nationally and internationally. The Colloquium Lecture Series is in keeping with Gallaudet’s reputation as a world leader in research, development, and outreach leading to advancements in knowledge and practice for deaf and hard of hearing people.
In the first lecture, Dr. Lindsey Snyder will present her research in conjunction with the Shakespeare First Folio events at Gallaudet University (http://www.gallaudet.edu/firstfolio.html). Dr. Snyder is an independent scholar, actor, director, and nationally certified American Sign Language-English Interpreter with specializations in performing arts and higher education. She is currently a Resident Artist with the American Shakespeare Center aspart of the Doris Duke Foundation Building Demand for the Arts grant.
Dr. Snyder’s lecture will be held on Friday, September 9, 2016 from 10:00-11:30 am in Merrill Learning Center, Room B-111. The lecture will be given in ASL and interpreted into English. All lectures are open to the public at no charge. For more information, see the flyer below.
Past lectures may be viewed in our video archive at http://www.gallaudet.edu/interpretation/department-of-interpretation-research/colloquium-lecture-series.html