Monthly Archives: July 2012

Applied Deaf Space Studies

This is a 99% Invisible broadcast of a piece on DeafSpace. Congratulations to both Robert and Hansel! Well done, gentlemen! Check it out! http://99percentinvisible.org/post/19766488504/episode-50-deafspace Advertisements

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The Torch Comes to Old London Road

I just watched the Olympic torch relay pass Marianne House. I stood on the terrace for a gull’s eye view of the events. Here’s some of what I saw.

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Introducing…

The Field School of Deaf Geographies The Program                                                                                                                                        The Bader International Study Centre of Queen’s University announces the Field School of Deaf Geographies to be offered during the summer of 2013. An intensive five-week, six-credit programme, students will engage with … Continue reading

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The cooped up summer blues Or hankering a roadtrip

There are few things sweeter than a summer roadroad trip, driving down the highway with good music on the stereo and the rush of the wind on my face. I had a darker tan on my left arm every summer. … Continue reading

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