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Index to Volume 13

From: Sign Language Studies
Volume 13, Number 4, Summer 2013
pp. 581-584 | 10.1353/sls.2013.0013

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Number 1 (Fall 2012): 1–154

Number 2 (Winter 2013): 155–286

Number 3 (Spring 2013): 287–428

Number 4 (Summer 2013): 429–588

Authors

Armstrong, David F., “The Birth and Rebirth of Sign Language Studies,” 7–18.

Barberà, Gemma, and Martine Zwets, “Pointing and Reference in Sign Language and Spoken Language: Anchoring vs. Identifying,” 491–515.

Barrett, Ryan. See Cates, Gutiérrez, Hafer, Barrett, and Corina.

Berge, Sigrid Slettebakk, and Eli Raanes, “Coordinating the Chain of Utterances: An Analysis of Communicative Flow and Turn Taking in an Interpreted Group Dialogue for Deaf-Blind Persons,” 350–71.

Cates, Deborah, Eva Gutiérrez, Sarah Hafer, Ryan Barrett, and David Corina, “Location, Location, Location,” 433–61.

Chu, Kenny. See Sze, Lo, Lo, and Chu.

Corina, David. See Cates, Gutiérrez, Hafer, Barrett, and Corina.

Cramér-Wolrath, Emelie, “Parallel Bimodal Bilingual Acquisition: A Hearing Child Mediated in a Deaf Family,” 516–40.

Frost, Adam. See Lucas, Mirus, Palmer, Roessler, and Frost.

Gutiérrez, Eva. See Cates, Gutiérrez, Hafer, Barrett, and Corina.

Hafer, Sarah. See Cates, Gutiérrez, Hafer, Barrett, and Corina.

Jantunen, Tommi, “Signs and Transitions: Do They Differ Phonetically and Does It Matter?” 211–37.

Kaneko, Michiko, and Johanna Mesch, “Eye Gaze in Creative Sign Language,” 372–400.

Koo, Daniel, The Signs of a Savant: Language against the Odds by Neil Smith, Ianthi Tsimpli, Gary Morgan, and Bencie Woll, 278–81 [Book Review].

Kowalsky, Jilly, and Richard P. Meier, “The Sign institute and Its Derivatives: A Family of Culturally Important ASL Signs,” 291–315.

Kozak, L. Viola, and Nozomi Tomita, “On Selected Phonological Patterns in Saudi Arabian Sign Language,” 56–78 [Special Section].

Ktejik, Mish, “Numeral Incorporation in Japanese Sign Language,” 186–210.

Ladd, Paddy, and Harlan Lane, “Deaf Ethnicity, Deafhood, and Their Relationship,” 565–79 [Commentary].

Lane, Harlan. See Ladd and Lane.

Lo, Connie. See Sze, Lo, Lo, and Chu.

Lo, Lisa. See Sze, Lo, Lo, and Chu.

Lucas, Ceil, Gene Mirus, Jeffrey Levi Palmer, Nicholas James Roessler, and Adam Frost, “The Effect of New Technologies on Sign Language Research,” 541–64.

Mathur, Gaurav. See Stephen and Mathur.

Mathur Gaurav. See Sprenger and Mathur.

Meier, Richard P. See Kowalsky and Meier.

Mesch, Johanna, “Tactile Signing with One-Handed Perception,” 238–63.

Mesch, Johanna. See Kaneko and Mesch.

Miller, Don A., d/DEAF and d/DUMB: A Portrait of a Deaf Kid as a Young Superhero by Joseph Michael Valente, 423–25 [Book Review].

Mirus, Gene. See Lucas, Mirus, Palmer, Roessler, and Frost.

Morris, Carla, and Erin Schneider, “On Selected Morphemes in Saudi Arabian Sign Language,” 103–121 [Special Section].

Nguyen, Thi Hoa. See Woodward and Nguyen.

Palmer, Jeffrey Levi. See Young, Palmer, and Reynolds.

Palmer, Jeffrey Levi. See Lucas, Mirus, Palmer, Roessler, and Frost.

Power, Des, “Australian Aboriginal Deaf People and Aboriginal Sign Language,” 264–77.

Raanes, Eli. See Berge and Raanes.

Rankin, Miako, Sign Languages edited by Diane Brentari, 141–44 [Book Review].

Roessler, Nicholas James. See Lucas, Mirus, Palmer, Roessler, and Frost.

Reynolds, Wanette. See Young, Palmer, and Reynolds.

Schneider, Erin. See Morris and Schneider.

Sprenger, Kristen, and Gaurav Mathur, “Observations on Word Order in Saudi Arabian Sign Language,” 122–34 [Special Section].

Stephen, Anika, and Gaurav Mathur, “Bringing the Field into the Classroom: A Field Methods Course on Saudi Arabian Sign Language,” 37–55 [Special Section].

Sze, Felix, Connie Lo, Lisa Lo, and Kenny Chu, “Historical Development of Hong Kong Sign Language,” 155–85.

Thumann, Mary, “Identifying Recurring Depiction in ASL Presentations,” 316–49.

Tomita, Nozomi. See Kozak and Tomita.

Trovato, Sara, “A Stronger Reason for the Right to Sign Languages,” 401–22.

Wilkinson, Erin, “A Functional Description of self in American Sign Language,” 462–90.

Woodward, James, and Nguyen Thi Hoa, “Where Sign Language Studies Has Led Us in Forty Years: Opening High School and University Education for Deaf People in Viet Nam through Sign Language Analysis, Teaching, and Interpretation,” 19–36.

Young, Lesa, Jeffrey Levi Palmer, and Wanette Reynolds, “Selected Lexical Patterns in Saudi Arabian Sign Language,” 79–102 [Special Section].

Zwets, Martine. See Barberà and Zwets.

Articles

“Australian Aboriginal Deaf People and Aboriginal Sign Language,” Power, 264–77.

“The Birth and Rebirth of Sign Language Studies,” Armstrong, 7–18.

“Coordinating the Chain of...



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