Thursday, 30 August 2012

Deaf History - a Welsh Perspective

The following is an event taking place at the National Library of Wales (www.llgc.org.uk) on September 12th:

Deaf History - A Welsh Perspective (Gareth Foulkes)

Discover more about the deaf community from a Welsh perspective. Who was the 17th century deaf Spanish nobleman who learnt to lip-read Welsh in the Spanish Court? Why is Aberystwyth significant in the history of deaf education? What do the Triads of Welsh Medieval Law say about deaf mutes? Who was Eliza Pughe and why is she significant?

*** Sign language translator present. ***

English

Dates and times
12 Sep 2012 13:15 - 14:15

To book please visit http://drwm.llgc.org.uk/cgi-bin/go.pl/show_event.html?uid=1680;LANG=en

Chris

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