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  • ANNUAL INDEX TO VOLUME 16
  • Number 1 (Fall 2015): 1–152.

  • Number 2 (Winter 2016): 153–302.

  • Number 3 (Spring 2016): 303–442.

  • Number 4 (Summer 2016): 443–604.

Authors

  • Allbutt, John, and Jonathan Ling, “Adult College Learners of British Sign Language: Educational Provision and Learner Self-Report Variables Associated with Exam Success,” 330–60.

  • Beal-Alvarez, Jennifer S., and Jessica W. Trussell “Depicting Verbs and Constructed Action: Necessary Narrative Components in Deaf Adults’ Storybook Renditions,” 5–29.

  • Behmanesh, Abbas Ali. See Sanjabi, Behmanesh, Guity, Siyavoshi, Watkins, and Hochgesang.

  • Boyes Braem, Penny. See Ebling, Konrad, Boyes Braem, and Langer.

  • Chen Pichler, Deborah, Julie A. Hochgesang, Diane Lillo-Martin, Ronice Müller de Quadros, and Wanette Reynolds, “Best Practices for Building a Bimodal/Bilingual Child Language Corpus,” 361–88.

  • Cibulka, Paul, “On How to Do Things With Holds: Manual Movement Phases as Part of Interactional Practices in Signed Conversation,” 447–72.

  • Davis, Jeffrey E., “The Linguistic Vitality of American Indian Sign Language: Endangered, Yet Not Vanished,” 34–61.

  • DeLouise, Mary. See Rosen, Turtletaub, DeLouise, and Drake.

  • Drake, Sarah. See Rosen, Turtletaub, DeLouise, and Drake.

  • Ebling, Sarah, Reiner Konrad, Penny Boyes Braem, and Gabriele Langer, ““Factors to Consider When Making Lexical Comparisons of Sign Languages: Notes from an Ongoing Comparison of German Sign Language and Swiss German Sign Language,” 30–56.

  • Fleischer, Flavia S., and William G. Garrow, “Deaf Gain: Raising the Stakes for Human Diversity, ed. H-D. Bauman and J. S. Murray,” 295–98 [Book Review].

  • Friedner, Michele, “Understanding and Not-Understanding: What Do Epistemologies and Ontologies Do in Deaf Worlds?” 184–203.

  • Garrow, William G. See Fleischer and Garrow.

  • Guity, Ardavan. See Sanjabi, Behmanesh, Guity, Siyavoshi, Watkins, and Hochgesang. [End Page 597]

  • Hochgesang, Julie A. See Chen Pichler, Hochgesang, Lillo-Martin, Müller de Quadros, and Reynolds.

  • Hochgesang, Julie A., and Kate McAuliff, “An Initial Description of the Deaf Community in Haiti and Haitian Sign Language (LSH),” 227–94.

  • Hochegesang, Julie A. See Sanjabi, Behmanesh, Guity, Siyavoshi, Watkins, and Hochgesang.

  • Hochegesang, Julie A., and Marvin A. Miller, “A Celebration of the Dictionary of American Sign Language on Linguistic Principles: Fifty Years Later,” 563–91 [Special Feature].

  • Johnson, Russell J., and Jane E. Johnson, “Distinction between West Bengal Sign Language and Indian Sign Language Based on Statistical Assessment,” 473–99.

  • Johnson, Jane. See Johnson and Johnson.

  • Kimmelman, Vadim, “Signs and Structures: Formal Approaches to Sign Language Syntax, ed. P. Rutkowski,” 592–96 [Book Review].

  • Kincheloe, Pamela, “Bridges to Understanding: What Happens When a Bakhtinian Critical Lens Is Applied to an American Sign Language Poem,” 117–38.

  • Konrad, Reiner. See Ebling, Konrad, Boyes Braem, and Langer.

  • Langer, Gabriele. See Ebling, Konrad, Boyes Braem, and Langer.

  • Lillo-Martin, Diane. See Chen Pichler, Hochgesang, Lillo-Martin, Müller de Quadros, and Reynolds.

  • Ling. See Allbutt and Ling.

  • McAuliff, Kate. See Hochesang and McAuliff.

  • Mesh, Kate. See Nonaka, Mesh, and Sagara.

  • Miller, Marvin A. See Hochgesang and Miller.

  • Mounty, Judy, “Deaf Mental Health Care, ed. N. S. Glickman,” 433–38 [Book Review].

  • Müller de Quadros, Ronice. See Chen Pichler, Hochgesang, Lillo-Martin, Müller de Quadros, and Reynolds.

  • Müller de Quadros, Ronice. “Bilingualism and Bilingual Deaf Education, ed. M. Marschark, G. Tang, and H. Knoors,” 139–43.

  • Newman, Sharlene D. See Williams and Newman.

  • Nonaka, Angela, Kate Mesh, and Keiko Sagara, “Signed Names in Japanese Sign Language: Linguistic and Cultural Analyses,” 57–85.

  • Reynolds, Wanette. See Chen Pichler, Hochgesang, Lillo-Martin, Müller de Quadros, and Reynolds.

  • Rosen, Russell S., Meredith Turtletaub, Mary DeLouise, and Sarah Drake, “Teacher-as-Researcher Paradigm for Sign Language Teachers: Toward Evidence-Based Pedagogies for Improved Learner Outcomes,” Rosen, Turtletaub, DeLouise, and Drake, 86–116.

  • Roush, Daniel R., “The Expression of the Location Event-Structure Metaphor in American Sign Language,” 389–432. [End Page 598]

  • Sagara, Keiko. See Nonaka, Mesh, and Sagara.

  • Sanjabi, Ali, Abbas Ali Behmanesh, Ardavan Guity, Sara Siyavoshi, Martin Watkins, and Julie A. Hochgesang, “Zaban Eshareh Irani (ZEI) and Its Fingerspelling System,” Sanjabi, Behmanesh, Guity, Siyavoshi, Watkins, and Hochgesang, 500–34.

  • Siyavoshi, Sara. See Sanjabi, Behmanesh, Guity, Siyavoshi, Watkins, and Hochgesang.

  • Tamene, Eyasu Hailu, “Language Use in Ethiopian Sign Language,” 307–29.

  • Trussell, Jessica W. See Beal-Alvarez and Trussell.

  • Turtletaub, Meredith. See Rosen...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1533-6263
Print ISSN
0302-1475
Pages
pp. 597-600
Launched on MUSE
2016-07-31
Open Access
No
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