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Translating Between Modalities: The Case Study of American Sign Language and English

Amelia Becker, Humanities Council, Linguistics

Mon, 10/25 · 12:30 pm-1:30 pm · Zoom

Program in Translation & Intercultural Communication; Humanities Council; Program in Linguistics

In addition to her lecturer position at Princeton, Amelia Becker is a Ph.D. student in Linguistics at Georgetown University. She studies the phonetics and phonology of American Sign Language. Her current dissertation research focuses on the role of iconicity in synchronic phonetic and phonological processes in ASL. In addition to her lecturer position at Princeton, Amelia is a Ph.D. student in Linguistics at Georgetown University. She studies the phonetics and phonology of American Sign Language. Her current dissertation research focuses on the role of iconicity in synchronic phonetic and phonological processes in ASL.

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