11th DEAF HISTORY INTERNATIONAL

C o n f e r e n c e  

Committees

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

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PETRA REZAR

Chief Organizer

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TANJA POTOČNIK 
HONIGSMAN

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NATALIJA BUKOVEC

Organization of volunteers

Secretary and Public Communication

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ARUNAS BRAŽINSKAS

Organizer interpreter and translation

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dr. MATJAŽ DEBEVC

Accessibility and technology advisor

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RENATO VRBOS  RAŠETA

Project Manager

 

CROATIA TEAM

SLOVENIA TEAM

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ANGEL NAUMOVSKI

Chief Organizer 

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LINO UJČIĆ

Graphic and Social media

 
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MARIJA  LEMARY VULETIĆ

Organizer volunteer and transport

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NIVES GOTOVAC

Organizer interpreter

SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE

 
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RUŽICA KEŽMAN

Scientific Committee

Croatia

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BERNARD LE MARIE

Scientific Committee

 

Belgium

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dr. MARJETKA KULOVEC

Scientific Committee

Slovenia

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DORIJANA KAVČIĆ

Scientific Committee

Croatia

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dr. JORDAN EICKMAN

Scientific Committee

Vice Chair

United States of America

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PETRA REZAR

Scientific Committee

Chair

Slovenia

 

 DHI ADVISORS

 
 
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dr. BRIAN GREENWALD 

President DHI

United States of America

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dr. JORDAN EICKMAN

Secretary - Treasurer DHI

United States of America

Brian H. Greenwald, Ph.D., is a professor of History and Director of the Center for Deaf Documentary Studies at Gallaudet University. Dr. Greenwald received his doctorate in history from The George Washington University in 2005. He has been conducting research in Deaf history. He is co-editor of A Fair Chance in the Race of Life: the Role of Gallaudet University in Deaf History. He has also published chapters in Genetics, Disability, and Deafness and Deaf History Reader.

 

Dr. Greenwald is co-editor of In Our Own Hands: Essays in Deaf History, 1780-1970, published in 2016. He resides in Annapolis, Maryland with his wife Rebecca and two children.

 

Jordan Eickman is a Professor of Deaf Studies at California State University, Northridge. One of the classes he teaches is—you guessed it—Deaf History! He earned a PhD in Deaf Studies from the University of Bristol, England and a BA in Cultural Geography from Arizona State University.

 

His research interests include Deaf cultural geography, Deaf sport/Deaflympics history and Deaf religious history. He has constructed various historical/geographic maps of the Deaf community, focusing on various Deaf spaces (including schools for deaf children, Deaf clubs, and Deaf sport clubs).

 

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Deaf History International

Association of Deaf Teachers in Slovenia   

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  Association "Theater, Audiovisual Arts and Deaf Culture - DLAN"