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The iconicity in grammar and lexis of the PSL (PJM)

"The iconicity in grammar and lexis of the Polish Sign Language (PJM)" a three-year (2012-2014) grant financed by the National Science Centre.

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COST

Project "Unraveling the grammars of European sign languages: pathways to full citizenship of deaf signers and to the protection of their linguistic heritage" within The European Commission financed program COST - European Cooperation in the Field of Scientific and Technical Research (campaign IS1006).

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EuroSign Interpreter

University of Warsaw represented by the Section for Sign Linguistics has become the fourth partner to the EuroSign Interpreter Project – an international initiative supported by the Lifelong Learning Programme.

9 June, 2012 - after the FEAST

The Section for Sign Linguistics organized "Warsaw FEAST - Formal and Experimental Advances in Sign Language Theory", an international conference devoted to the linguistic analysis of sign languages.

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14 May, 2012 - honorary patronage over FEAST

It is our pleasure to inform that the Rector of the University of Warsaw, prof. Katarzyna Chałasińska-Macukow has agreed to assume honorary patronage over the Warsaw FEAST - Formal and Experimental Advances in Sign Language Theory conference.

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25-27 November, 2011 - ESI course

On the 25-27 November 2011, a pilot course on interpreting between sign languages realised as a part of the international project called Euro Sign Interpreter took place in Warsaw.

27-28 August, 2011- GMG3 conference

Conference "Głusi Mają Głos 3" (GMG3)/"the Deaf Have Voice 3" (organizers: the Institute of Polish Sign Language and the KOKON Foundation)

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15 May, 2011 - SLiP conference

International conference "Sign Linguistics in Poland" (SLiP-1), venue: Auditorium Maximum, University of Warsaw.

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8-11 February, 2011 - workshop in Hamburg

Visit of the members of the Section for Sign Linguistics in the Institute of German Sign Language and Communication of the Deaf at the University of Hamburg.

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