Sign Language Studies

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Sign Language Studies  
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
Sign Language Studies
Discipline Deaf studies, deaf education, Languages, Sign Languages
Language English
Edited by David Armstrong
Publication details
Publisher
Publication history
1972–present
Frequency Quarterly
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Sign Language Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal covering basic and applied research relating to sign languages used throughout the world founded by American linguist William Stokoe. It covers linguistic, cultural, and educational topics.

History[edit]

Sign Language Studies was initially published with the support of Thomas Sebeok through Mouton and Company, The Hague, Netherlands and Indiana University (1973-1975) and was then published quarterly by Linstok Press, Silver Spring, Maryland from 1975 to 1996. Today Gallaudet University Press publishes Sign Language Studies, with Ceil Lucas as the journal's editor.

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