Programme

SATURDAY 23rd

9am – 9:30am

Registration

9:30am – 11:30am

AGM

11:30am – 11:50pm

Break

11:50am – 12pm

Welcome

12pm – 1pm

Keynote Colin Allen (WFD President) & Deb Russell (WASLI President) – Recognising our relationships and allies

1pm – 1:05pm

Special announcement

1:05pm – 2:30pm

Lunch & FreeAgent workshop

2:30pm – 3:30pm

Svenja Adolphs (The University of Nottingham), Louise Mullany (The University of Nottingham) and Jordan Fenlon (Heriot-Watt University) – ‘Language, Gesture, Meaning: Multimodal Identities in Everyday Contexts’

3:30pm – 3:40

Room change

3:40pm – 4:20pm

Emmy Kauling – Recognising the professional individual

Rachel Mapson – Smooth operators: interpreting as rapport management

Ramon Woolfe – Deaf Interpreters – Are we justifiably recognised?

4:20- 4:35 Break
4:35pm – 5:15pm

Emmy Kauling – Recognising the professional individual

Rachel Mapson – Smooth operators: interpreting as rapport management

 

Ramon Woolfe– Deaf Interpreters – Are we justifiably recognised?

7pm – Late

ASLI gala dinner

Grand Connaught Rooms (Edinburgh suite) in Covent Garden. 61 – 65 Great Queen Street London, England, WC2B 5DA

 (Including the Ben Steiner award) 

 SUNDAY 24th

10am – 11am

Former chairs:  Roger Beeson, Byron Campbell, Zane Hema, Christopher Stone, Sarah Haynes, David Wolfenden, Gail Dixon – Recognising what and who makes ASLI.

Room change

11:05am – 11:45am

Heather Mole – Perceptions of power dynamics by sign language interpreters

Vicky Crawley, Jules Dickinson, Rachel Mapson, Christopher Stone & Yvonne Waddell – Recognition through academic achievement: the contribution of doctoral research in the UK

Helen Fuller – What do you do when you have the t-shirt?

 

11:45am – 12:20pm

Break

12:20pm– 1pm

Heather Mole – Perceptions of power dynamics by sign language interpreters

Vicky Crawley, Jules Dickinson, Rachel Mapson, Christopher Stone & Yvonne Waddell – Recognition through academic achievement: the contribution of doctoral research in the UK

Helen Fuller – What do you do when you have the t-shirt?

 

1pm – 2:30pm

Lunch

2:30pm– 3:30pm

Keynote Jemina Napier (Heriot-Watt University – Scotland) & Daniel Gile (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris) – Recognising our knowledge across Spoken & Sign language interpreting and translation

3:30pm – 3:45pm

Closing thoughts

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*Conference registration includes:

Registration: Tea & coffee, water, glass of juice & pastries

Mid-morning : Tea & coffee, water & biscuits

Lunch: hot buffet, Tea & Coffee, water.

Afternoon break: Tea & Coffee, water & buiscuits