This April, three Language and Technology Lab Graduate Fellows will be participating in events and public series at the intersection of language, technology, and disability.
Timothy Loh’s paper, Language in Medical Worlds: The Politics of Hearing Technology, Speaking, and Arabic for Deaf Children in Jordan, has won the Middle Eastern Studies Association’s (MESA) 2020 graduate student paper prize. Read more about the paper, heralded for its “theoretical sophistication …
Lee’s project, “Visualizing a Pandemic: Epistemological Conflicts over Covid-19 Data on Social Media,” was one of 15 selected as part of the Social Science Research Council’s effort to foster understanding how how social media affects democracy. Read more here!
The Language and Technology Lab (LangTech Lab) was created by Dr. Beth Semel and Dr. Graham Jones in the summer of 2020 to provide a space for undergraduate, graduate students, and other researchers to bring together Linguistic Anthropology and Science and Technology Studies.