Lynx: October 2019

standingOn 15th October 2019 I had the privilege of giving an 80 minute guest lecture about my work as an NZSL-English Interpreter to a cohort of interdisciplinary senior students at The University of British Columbia (UBC). The students had enrolled in an elective course called Living Language: Science & Society, using “language science as a model for examining the knowledge they have gained in their respective disciplines and how to apply it beyond their graduation, in work and life.”

I have a great deal of admiration and respect for the co-designers and lecturers of the course, Professor Mark Turin and Professor Janet Werker, and I was honoured to be invited.

If you are interested in reading the lecture notes, please contact Lynx: