Assistive Technologies for the Deaf in Jordan

23 April 2021 (Fri), 8 - 9.30pm
At Zoom

The Anthropology Department is excited to host Timothy Loh, NUS Anthropology Fellow 20/21, for a workshop on his dissertation entitled: “Assistive Technologies for the Deaf in Jordan: Language Religion and The Question of Disability.” His dissertation project examines deaf Jordanian’s engagements with the new assistive technologies that have emerged in the last two decades, which include medical-rehabilitative devices like cochlear implants) and non-medical technologies, like sign language-centred mobile applications.

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