ASL Interpretation Provided

ASL Interpretation Provided

2019-2020 Forum on Kinship

In partnership with the American Sign Language Program in Penn's Department of Linguistics and the Deaf Hearing Communication Centre, the Wolf Humanities Center will provide ASL interpretation at many of the live events in our 2019-20 Forum on Kinship, and in their online counterparts. 

We look forward to expanding our dialogue and encourage you to share our programs with the Deaf community! 

 


 

PUBLIC EVENTS WITH ASL INTERPRETATION, 2019-2020

Event footage with ASL interpretation on our Vimeo page

 

September 25, 5:00pm—6:30pm

“Work Is Work”: Kinship, Race, and Violence on the Human Smuggling Trail

Jason De León


October 16, 5:00pm—6:30pm

Who Belongs at Home?

Kamila Shamsie, Emily Wilson


October 23, 5:00pm—6:30pm

Kinship Reloaded: Humans, Animals, and the Urban

Dorothee Brantz


October 30, 5:00- 6:30pm

Molecular Feminisms and Biophilosophies of Becoming

Deboleena Roy


December 4, 5:00pm—6:30pm

Collectivizing Kinship

Gail Hershatter


January 29, 5:00pm—6:30pm

The Genealogical Prison

Shahzad Bashir, Jamal Elias


February 12, 5:00pm—6:30pm

Rethinking Care Work, Dis(Affection) and the Politics of Paid Household Labor

Premilla Nadasen


February 26, 5:00pm—6:30pm

Kinship at the Heart of Slavery

Roquinaldo Ferreira


March 18, 5:00pm—6:30pm

“For Tomorrow For Tonight”

Arnika Fuhrmann


 

For their support in making these programs accessible to the Deaf and hard of hearing, the Wolf Humanities Center gratefully acknowledges the ASL Program in the Department of Linguistics; the Provost's Office Excellence through Diversity Fund; Penn Language Center; the Office of the Dean, School of Arts & Sciences; Penn in Hand; and the Deaf Hearing Communication Centre.