Dr Adam Schembri
Adam is a hearing sign language researcher originally from Sydney, Australia. Over the last two decades, Adam has worked as an Australian Sign Language (Auslan)/English interpreter, a researcher and lecturer. During 2000-2002, he was a lecturer in sign language linguistics at the Centre for Deaf Studies at the University of Bristol. He then moved back to Australia to work on research projects on Auslan, before returning to the UK during 2006-2010 to work at DCAL, where he initiated and led on the BSL Corpus Project. In January 2011, he took up a new post as Director of the National Institute for Deaf Studies and Sign Language at La Trobe University in Melbourne, Australia, but remains involved in a number of DCAL-associated projects (particularly the BSL Corpus Project).
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