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  • It Takes a Village

A heartfelt thanks to all of the scholars who have reviewed books and articles for Sign Language Studies since January 2016! We depend on your knowledge and generosity.

  • Robert Adam

  • Glenn Anderson

  • Josefine Andin

  • Dirksen Bauman

  • Robert Bayley

  • Albert Bickford

  • Shane Blau

  • Patrick Boudreault

  • Ben Braithwaithe

  • Keith Cagle

  • John Bosco Conama

  • Onno Crasborn

  • Svetlana Dachkovsky

  • Jeff Davis

  • Connie de Vos

  • Paul Dudis

  • Mary Edward

  • Bill Ennis

  • Jordan Fenlon

  • Lindsay Ferrara

  • Michele Friedner

  • Jennifer Fuller

  • Maribel Garate

  • Leah Geer

  • Brian Greenwald

  • Thomas Hanke

  • Peter Hauser

  • Joseph Hill

  • Julie Hochgesang

  • Erika Hoffmann-Dilloway

  • Hanna Jaeger

  • Terry Janzen

  • Robert E. Johnson

  • Trevor Johnston

  • Arlene Kelly

  • Vadim Kimmelman

  • Christopher Krentz

  • Lorraine Leeson

  • Olivier Le Guen

  • Irene Leigh

  • Carolyn McCaskill

  • David McKee

  • Rachel McKee

  • Johanna Mesch

  • Julie Mitchener

  • Soya Mori

  • Erin Moriarty Harrelson

  • Ronice Müller de Quadros

  • Donna Jo Napoli

  • Jennifer Nelson

  • Pilar Piñar

  • David Quinto Pozos

  • Elena Radutzky

  • Khadijat Rashid [End Page 193]

  • Tim Reagan

  • Carina Rebello Cruz

  • Wanette Reynolds

  • Wanda Riddle

  • Danny Roush

  • Cynthia Roy

  • Josefina Safar

  • Adam Schembri

  • Sara Siyavoshi

  • Christopher Stone

  • Rachel Sutton-Spence

  • Eyasu Tamene

  • Gladys Tang

  • Piotr Tomaszewski

  • Mieke Van Herreweghe

  • Jim Van Manen

  • Lori Whynot

  • Sherman Wilcox

  • Erin Wilkinson

  • Beatrijs Wille

  • James Woodward [End Page 194]

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Additional Information

ISSN
1533-6263
Print ISSN
0302-1475
Pages
pp. 193-194
Launched on MUSE
2019-12-12
Open Access
No
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