10th July

 11:45-13:15 Registration of delegates in UCL South Cloisters & Set up posters for Session 1 in Jeremy Bentham Room, UCL
  Bloomsbury Theatre


Plenary (Keynote): Lars Wallin Is the interaction between mouth and hand movement synchronized?
15:00 Short break
 15:10 Victoria Nyst Towards a new model of sign language affiliation
 15:30 Elaine Maypilama, Dorothee Yunggirrnga and Dany Adone Pointing in an Alternate Sign Language
 15:50 Roland Pfau and Markus Steinbach Headshakes in Jespersen’s Cycle
 16:10 Break with refreshments in UCL South Cloisters
 16:40 Naja Ferjan Ramirez, Amy Lieberman and Rachel Mayberry How far and how fast? A longitudinal study of ASL acquisition in adolescent homesigners
 17:00 Beyza Sumer, Inge Zwitserlood, Pamela Perniss and Asli Ozyurek Revisiting modality effects in children’s acquisition of spatial language: Insights from Turkish and Turkish Sign Language
 17:20 Marlon Kuntze and Adam Stone Looking Closely at Iconicity in Child ASL
 17:40 Session ends
17:45-18:45 Poster session 1 in Jeremy Bentham Room, UCL  
 18:30-19:45 Drinks Reception in UCL South Cloisters
Thursday 11th July
08:15-09:00 Registration in UCL South Cloisters (for day-delegates)
Mary Rudner, Eleni Orfanidou, Lena Kästner, Velia Cardin, Bencie Woll, Cheryl Capek and Jerker Rönnberg Neural substrates of sign language processing differ partially between Swedish and British signers
Philippe Schlenker Formal *and* Iconic Features
Lorraine Leeson, John Saeed, Barbara Shaffer and Terry Janzen An Embodied View of Pragmatic Inferencing in Signed Language Discourse
 10:00 Short Break
 10:10 +Jonathan Udoff and Ignatius Nip Mouthings and their Reductions: A Kinematic Approach
 10:30 Crasborn & van der Kooij Spreading and echoing: a representational account of the non-dominant hand
 10:50 Jonathan Keane Towards an articulatory model of handshape
11:10 Break with refreshments in UCL South Cloisters
 11:40 Vadim Kimmelman Topics in RSL and NGT: how prominent are they?
 12:00 Gabrielle Hodge & Trevor Johnston Patterns from a signed language corpus: Clause-level units in Auslan
 12:20 Paweł Rutkowski, Sylwia Łozińska, Joanna Łacheta and Małgorzata Czajkowska-Kisil Constituent Order in Polish Sign Language
12:40 Lunch break & set up posters for Session 2
 13:40 Okan Kubus and Christian Rathmann Morphological Error Analysis of the M2/L2 Acquisiton of Adult Learners of German Sign Language
 14:00 Christopher Stone & David Vinson Enhanced cognition from L2 BSL acquisition
 14:20 Emily Kaufmann, Thomas Kaul and Reiner Griebel Increasing metalinguistic awareness of non-manual features in adult learners of German Sign Language as a second language: A transcription task
 14:40 Short Break
 14:50 Marcel Giezen, Henrike Blumenfeld and Karen Emmorey Top-down cross-language activation in bimodal bilingual word recognition
 15:10 Robin Thompson, Richard Atkinson and Gabriella Vigliocco The relationship between sign production and sign comprehension: what the hands reveal
 15:30 Corrine Occhino-Kehoe (English), Jill P. Morford, Paul A. Twitchell, Pilar Piñar, Judith F. Kroll and Erin Wilkinson The time course of bilingual lexical access in deaf ASL-English bilinguals
 15:50 Break with refreshments in UCL South Cloisters
 16:20 Zed Sevcikova  Depiction of object handling in BSL and gesture: are handling handshapes used conventionally?
 16:40 Brigitte Garcia, Marie-Thérèse L'Huillier, Angelo Frémeaux and Dina Makouke Discursive and morphological processes in the formation and the stabilisation of lexematic units in French Sign Language
 17:00 Pamela Perniss & Asli Özyürek Modality effects in action and motion expressions in sign languages: Taking typology into account
 17:20 Session ends
17:30-18:30 Poster session 2 in Jeremy Bentham Room, UCL
18:30-20:00 SLLS Meeting in Bloomsbury Theatre
 20:00 Buffet supper in UCL South Cloisters
 Friday 12th July
08:15-09:00 Registration in UCL South Cloisters (for day-delegates)
  Bloomsbury Theatre
Gemma Barberà and Josep Quer Getting impersonal: Impersonal reference in Catalan Sign Language
 09:20 Helen Koulidobrova Argument ellipsis in American Sign Language: When there is no space for space
 09:40 Celia Alba The Right Place for Wh-Expressions in LSC
 10:00 Short Break
 10:10 Annika Hübl and Markus Steinbach Shifting contexts – The interpretation of indexicals in role shift
 10:30 Sarah Ebling, Kearsy Cormier, Jordan Fenlon, Penny Boyes Braem and Trevor Johnston
Identifying and Comparing Semantic Relations across Signed and Spoken Languages
 10:50 Anne-Marie Parisot, Karl Szymoniak and Darren Saunders Body shift and head tilt in three sign languages: American Sign Language, French Sign Language and Quebec Sign Language
 11:10 Break with refreshments in UCL South Cloisters
 11:40 L. Viola Kozak, Carina Rebello Cruz, Aline Lemos Pizzio and Ronice de Quadros
Pseudoword/sign repetition performance across bimodal bilinguals from the US and Brazil: a comparative analysis
 12:00 Jordan Fenlon, Kate Rowley and Kearsy Cormier
Lexicalisation in British Sign Language: Implications for phonological theory
 12:20 Anna Safar and Onno Crasborn Handedness in deaf signers
 12:40 Lunch break & set up posters for Session 3 in Jeremy Bentham Room, UCL
 13:40 Ronice Quadros, Diane Lillo-Martin, Helen Koulidobrova and Deborah Chen Pichler Noun Phrases in Koda Bimodal Bilingual Acquisition
 14:00 Chiara Branchini and Caterina Donati Towards a Grammar for Code Blending (and Code Switching)
 14:20 Kathryn Davidson, Corina Goodwin and Diane Lillo-Martin Language Transfer in ASL/English Bimodal Bilingual children with CIs
 14:40 Short Break
 14:50 Amanda Dupuis and Iris Berent Lexical access to signs is automatic
 15:10 Benjamin Anible (ASL), Corrine Occhino-Kehoe and Jeannine Kammann-Cessac
The Interface of Phonology and Semantics in ASL: An Online-Processing Study
 15:30 *So-One Hwang, Clifton Langdon, Concetta Pucci, William Idsardi and Gaurav Mathur Temporal integration windows in sign language processing
 15:50 Break with refreshments in UCL South Cloisters
 16:20 Amber Martin
Age of Language Acquisition Affects Spatial Cognitive Development- ASL
 16:40 Carla Morris
Lexical Variation and Change in American Sign Language: A Multi-generational Family Case Study
 17:00 Mieke Van Herreweghe and Myriam Vermeerbergen Sparkling or still? Flemish native and non-native signers from 3 generations and the productive lexicon
 17:20 Session ends
17:30-18:30 Poster session 3 in Jeremy Bentham Room, UCL
 19:00 Reception at City Hall (for ticket holders)
Saturday 13th July
 08:15-09:00 Registration in UCL South Cloisters (for day-delegates)
 09:00 Amy M. Lieberman, Arielle Borovsky, Marla Hatrak and Rachel I. Mayberry Signing in the Visual World: The time course of lexical recognition in American Sign Language
 09:20 Connie de Vos The syntactic integration of Kata Kolok pointing signs from a developmental perspective
Rain Bosworth, So-One Hwang, David Corina, Paul Hildago and Karen Dobkins Biological attraction for natural language rhythm: Eye-tracking in infants and children using reversed videos of signs and gestures
Break with refreshments in UCL South Cloisters
 10:30 Silke Matthes, Gabriele Langer, Dolly Blanck, Thomas Hanke, Reiner Konrad, Susanne König and Anja Regen
Involving the crowd: How to complement corpus data in the process of dictionary making
 10:50 Diane Brentari, Virginia Volterra and Jonathan Keane Handshape (HS) as an Expression of Agency across Languages and Cultures
 11:10 Ceil Lucas, Gene Mirus, Jeff Palmer, Nicholas Roessler and Adam Frost The Effect of New Technologies on Sign Language Research
 11:30 Break & Prize annoucements in Bloomsbury Theatre
11:45 Plenary (Keynote): Peter Hauser Sign Language Assessment: A bridge between theory and practice
 12:45 Closing remarks
 13:15 Conference ends

Poster session 1: Weds 10 July 2013, 17.45-18.45

Sibaji Panda and Hasan Dikyuva Subtractive numerals in two village sign languages
Svetlana Dachkovsky, Christina Healy and Wendy Sandler The Universal and the Particular in Sign Language Prosody
Agnes Villwock Signs and their development in monastic environments: From the rule of silence in early Christian congregations to the emergence of sign language communication in monasteries today
Anke Müller Cinematic devices in signed discourse? The case of eyeline match and point-of-view editing
Anna Puupponen, Tommi Jantunen, Tuija Wainio and Birgitta Burger Messing with the head: on the form and function of head movements in Finnish Sign Language
Anne Baker, Patricia Spanjer and Marielle Fieret Language symptoms of dementia in an older signing population
Anne Therese Frederiksen, Marla Hatrak and Rachel Mayberry Anaphoric reference in ASL. The developmental trajectory of adolescent learners.
Annika Herrmann Phonological compensation strategies of a one-handed signer – A case study of German Sign Language
Carl Börstell Revisiting reduplication: Toward a description of reduplication of predicative signs in Swedish Sign Language
Cecily Whitworth Learner Errors and ASL Parameters
Christina Murmann, Peter Indefrey, Thomas Weskott and Markus Steinbach Why FORGET needs help but HELP does not – an experimental study on the influence of animacy and agreement on the distribution of the DGS agreement auxiliary PAM
David Corina, Shane Blau, Todd Lamarr, Matt Leonard and Edward Chang Cortical Stimulation Mapping in a Deaf Signer
David Quinto-Pozos and Lynn Hou Development of perspective-taking skills by deaf signing children
Gemma Barbera (In)definite determiners and referential anchoring in sign language (English)
Hope Morgan ‘FIFTH’ but not ‘FIVE-DAYS-AGO’: Numeral Incorporation in Kenyan Sign Language
Jessica Contreras, Erica Israel and Peter Hauser Deaf students’ performance on the Color Trails Test: Effect of early sign language acquisition
Joanna Atkinson and Tanya Denmark Challenges to early detection of cognitive decline in deaf signers: A new British Sign Language Cognitive Screening Test
Joni Oyserman and Mathilde de Geus Hearing L2 parents and the fluency in sign language communication
Karen Emmorey, Jennifer Petrich, Lucinda O'Grady, Allison Bassett and Erin Spurgeon The relation between linguistic and spatial working memory capacity and sign language processing
Kazumi Matsuoka and Jon Gajewski Gradability in the Polarity-sensitive Mouth Gestures in Japanese Sign Language
Kimberley Mouvet, Miriam Taverniers, Liesbeth Matthijs, Gerrit Loots and Mieke Van Herreweghe The exchange of meaning: A systemic functional analysis of young deaf children’s language development
Kristen Secora The Action-Sentence Compatibility Effect in ASL: The role of semantics vs. perception
Kurumi Saito and Naotake Tsukidate Eye Gaze and Eye Movement in Japanese Sign Language
Lara Mantovan and Carlo Geraci A round trip from Theory to Corpus: the case of Universal 20 in LIS
Lynn Hou and Kate Mesh Negation in Chatino Sign Language
Lynn McQuarrie, Marilyn Abbott, Charlotte Enns and Brent Novodvorski New Directions: ASL Assessment Tools & ASL Assessment Portal
Mara Moita, Maria Vânia Silva Nunes and Ana Mineiro Phonological segments, syllables and lexical components: a parallel linguistic modality analysis in cognitive study
Maria Josep Jarque, Sara Palmer and Esther Pascual Gestures with modal functions in Catalan Sign Language
Marie Coppola and Deanna Gagne Stories don’t get better with age: Maturation and life experience do not drive narrative structure in emerging languages
Marie Nadolske and Christine Chynoweth Semantic “Classifier” Handshape Variation: VEHICLE Descriptions by Different Populations of ASL Signers [ASL]
Matthew Dye Early Access to Sign Language Inoculates Deaf Children Against Visual Attention Deficits
Mirko Santoro, Carlo Cecchetto and Alessandra Checchetto Disclosing VP ellipsis in sign languages, the case of LIS
Molly Flaherty, Susan Goldin-Meadow, Ann Senghas and Marie Coppola Growing a Spatial Grammar: The Emergence of Verb Agreement in Nicaraguan Sign Language
Natasha Abner Interpreting Possessives in ASL: Nominal and Verbal Factors
Rachel Sutton-Spence and Michiko Kaneko Symmetry and the use of two hands in sign language poetry – some quantitative comparisons
Rezenet Moges Sign Language Continuum: A Methodology to a Multi-Language Community (ASL)
Richard Bank Mouthings in Sign Language of the Netherlands (NGT): Sociolinguistic differences in a heterogeneous community.
Richard Cokart and Trude Schermer What happened to standard signs? The effects of the standardisation of NGT lexicon on the variation of signs used within deaf families and their children. (NGT)
Robert Adam Cognate facilitation and switching costs in unimodal bilingualism: British Sign Language and Irish Sign Language (BSL)
Ronnie Fagundes de Brito and Tarcísio Vanzin Data Modelling for Sign Language Subtitles in Textual Mode
Ros Herman, Penny Roy and Fiona Kyle Sign Language and Literacy Skills in Deaf Children
Rose Stamp, Kearsy Cormier, Bronwen Evans and Adam Schembri British Sign Language (BSL) dialects in contact: Investigating the patterns of accommodation and language change
Ryan Lepic The phonology and morphology of initialized signs in American Sign Language
Sally Gillespie
Exploring Language Preference within the Deaf Community of Nothern Ireland
Sara Carvalho, Mara Moita and Ana Mineiro
AQUI_LGP Corpus: a longitudinal corpus of Portuguese Sign Language acquisition
Scholastica Lam and Pippen Wong Acquisition of Verb Agreement in Hong Kong Sign Language by Late Learners in the Jockey Club Sign Bilingualism and Co-enrolment in Deaf Education Programme
Sigrid Slettebakk Berge Meaning making and construction of sign and gesture towards situated artifacts
Sin Yee Prudence Lau The Realization of Shared Argument(s) in Serial Verb Constructions in Hong Kong Sign Language
So-One Hwang, Sharon Seegers, Carol Padden and Susan Goldin-Meadow The role of gesture in learning for signing children: Implications for sign language theory
Susan Mather Degree of Intensity: The use of mouthing and its face components in ASL

Poster session 2: Thursday 11 July 2013, 17.30-18.30

Brendan Costello Three important considerations for sign language agreement: location, location, location
Iva Korunek, Marina Milkovic and Ronnie Wilbur Gradation and Intensification in Croatian Sign Language Adjectives
Cat H.-M. Fung and Gladys Tang A Universal Explanation for Code-blending and Code-switching
David Vinson, Neil Fox, Pamela Perniss and Gabriella Vigliocco Involving the body in sentence comprehension: Action-sentence compatibility effects in British Sign Language and written English
Dominique Boutet, Marion Blondel and Sébastien Delacroix
Where does the sign end? A Biomechanical exploration of the distinction between gestures and signs
Donovan Grose The Iconicity of Scalar Verbs Across Semantic Fields
Elena Benedicto and Gladys Tang Parametric variation in H1/H2 Shift: Switch Reference in Serial Verb Constructions
Elena I. Liskova Identifying motivations for distribution of nonmanual negation in ASL
Elena Tomasuolo, Daniele Capuano and Maria Roccaforte Sign language background, reading habits and eye movements in esploring a written text
Elina Tapio A multimodal view on signed interaction – transcribing data from Finnish Sign Language context (English)
Elísa Guðrún Brynjólfsdóttir and Jóhannes Gísli Jónsson Constituent questions in ÍTM
Ellen Ormel, Anne de Meijer and Onno Crasborn Coarticulation of thumb position in Sign Language of the Netherlands
Emily Carrigan Adult Homesigners in Nicaragua Independently Innovate Features of their Homesign Systems (ASL/English)
Emily Kaufmann and Thomas Kaul Bimodal language switching and single-task/dual-task switching: a bimodal advantage?
Erin Wilkinson and Jesse Stewart Pear Stories Narratives in American Sign Language: A distributional analysis of disfluency types
Eva Gutierrez, Heather Payne, Anna Safar and Mairead MacSweeney Using functional transcranial Doppler sonography (fTCD) to investigate hemispheric lateralisation of British Sign Language production
Evie Malaia and Ronnie Wilbur Functional connectivity for visual language processing
Eyasu Tamene
Language Use in Ethiopian Sign Language (EthSL)
Felix Yim-Binh Sze, Connie Chun-Yi Lo, Lisa Sui-Wah Lo and Kenny Kwan-Ngai Chu Lexical Variations and Diachronic Change in Hong Kong Sign Language
Felix Yim-Binh Sze, James Woodward, Adhika Irlang Suwiryo, Laura Lesmana Wijaya, Iwan Satryawan and Silva Tenrisara Pertiwi Isma Sign language use and variations in Jakarta Sign Language
Nick Palfreyman A thousand kilometres away: sociolinguistic variation in the urban sign language varieties of Indonesia (BSL)
Gemma Barbera and Marta Mosella (Non-)specificity marking in restrictive relative clauses in Catalan Sign Language (LSC) (English)
Giulia Petitta and Alessio Di Renzo Fingerspelling and metalinguistic reference: new data from Italian Sign Language (LIS) discourse
Giulia Petitta, Marie-Anne Sallandre and Paolo Rossini Mouth Gestures and Mouthing in Two Sign Languages (LIS and LSF)
Helen Koulidobrova Sign-speech bilingualism: A pathway to untangling bilingualism effects
Hongyu Liu and Jilin Fu A Study on the Aspectual System of Chinese Sign Language (Shanghai Dialect)
Hope Morgan Spatial Agreement and Word Order in Kenyan Sign Language
Isabella Chiari, Alessio Di Renzo, Giulia Petitta and Paolo Rossini The signed discourse continuum: the issue of segmentation
Itamar Kastner and Kathryn Davidson Nominalizing Clauses: Evidence from ASL and a New Typology of Embedding
Jana Hosemann The relevance of transition phases in Sign Languages (English)
Jane Tsay and Yijun Chen Prosodic cues in Taiwan Sign Language
Joanna Atkinson Voice hallucinations in speech and sign provide a new insights into language feedback loops
Johanna Mesch and Lars Wallin The non-dominant hand as delimitation between inner element and outer element
Mara Moita, Patrícia Carmo and Ana Mineiro The Handshapes in Portuguese Sign Language: phonological study
Natasha Abner Classifying Reduplicated Nominals in ASL
Nina-Kristin Pendzich Lexical layering of manual and nonmanual components within specific signs. An empirical study of German Sign Language (DGS)
Päivi Rainò, Marja Huovila and Irja Seilola Concept Formation in Mathematics in Finnish Sign Language
Paweł Rutkowski, Małgorzata Czajkowska-Kisil, Joanna Łacheta and Anna Kuder The Internal Structure of Nominals in Polish Sign Language (PJM): A Corpus-based Study
Pierre Schmitt Blurred languages : The Signing Stage as a Multimodal Semiotic Space
Rachel Benedict, Srishti Nayak and Catherine Caldwell-Harris Group differences in the Acquisition of Bodypart Classifiers in Deaf children: Deaf Parents versus Hearing Parents
Raphaël de Courville, Roman Miletitch, Morgane Rébulard, Claire Danet, Dominique Boutet and Patrick Doan Alteration of Signs in French Sign Language Speakers When Exposed to a Bi-dimensional Still Representation of Their Own Gestures
Renata Lúcia Moreira A preliminary description of time deixis in Brazilian Sign Language
Ritva Takkinen and Irja Seilola Kinship terms in Finnish Sign Language
Robert Adam Unimodal bilingualism in the Australian Deaf community: language contact between Australian Sign Language and Australian Irish Sign Language (BSL).
Stephen McCullough Analysis of cortical thickness in deaf signers, hearing native signers, and hearing nonsigners
Susan Mather and Sara Malkowski Examining Echo Phonology in American Sign Language (ASL)
Szilárd Rácz-engelhardt Morphological properties of mouthing in Hungarian Sign Language: Code-blending between a sign language and a Finno-Ugric spoken language
Tommi Jantunen, Ville Viitaniemi, Matti Karppa and Jorma Laaksonen The head as a place of articulation: From automated detection to linguistic analysis
Ulrike Zeshan, Keiko Sagara and Anastasia Bradford Multilingual and multimodal aspects of “cross-signing” – A study of emerging communication in the domain of numerals

Poster session 3: Friday 12 July 2013, 17.30-18.30

^Ryan Lepic, Gal Belsitzman, Carl Börstell and Wendy Sandler Motivation in two-handed signs: A cross-linguistic investigation of word forms
Akio Suemori A phylogenetic approach for fingerspelling variation reveals the origin of hieroglyphic letters
Allison Hilger, Torrey Loucks, Quinto-Pozos David and Matthew Dye Characterizing American Sign Language Fluency Using The Spatiotemporal Index
Andre Xavier and Plinio Barbosa One or two? That is the question! The variation in the number of hands in the production of some Libras signs as a result of co-articulation
Andrea Lackner and Christian Stalzer The head takes it all! - head and body movements in Austrian Sign Language
Anna-Lena Nilsson Use of signing space in simultaneous sign language interpretation: marking discourse structure with the body.
Annemarie Kocab, Jennie Pyers and Ann Senghas From gesture to language: Emergence of nonmanual-markers in Nicaraguan Sign Language
Asako Uchibori and Kazumi Matsuoka Rightward movement of wh-elements in Japanese Sign Language: A preliminary study
Aurore Paligot and Laurence Meurant The influence of the metalinguistic function on register variation in LSFB
Paul Twitchell (ASL), Jill Morford (English & ASL) , Benjamin Anible, Pilar Pinar and Giuli Dussias Sensitivity to Verb Bias in ASL-English bilinguals
Brendan Costello and Manuel Carreiras LSE lexicon: Vital Statistics
Caroline Bogliotti and Laetitia Puissant-Schontz Assessing morphosyntactic skills in French Sign Language
Cecily Whitworth ASL Handshapes: Phonetic Features and Phonological Categories
Chiara Branchini, Anna Cardinaletti, Carlo Cecchetto and Caterina Donati Improper doubling in LIS
Christina Healy Affect Verbs in American Sign Language
Clark Denmark, Sabine Fries and Jens Hessmann One sign language is not enough: Approaching second sign language acquisition of Deaf people
Daisuke Sasaki North Korean Sign Language: A Possible Influence from Korean and Japanese Sign Languages
Danny De Weerdt
Existential Constructions in Flemish Sign Language and Finnish Sign Language
David Corina, Laurie Lawyer, Peter Hauser, Elizabeth Hirshorn and Deborah Cates Lexical processing in deaf readers: An fMRI investigation of reading proficiency
Dietmar Roehm, Julia Krebs and Ronnie Wilbur
The online processing of classifier constructions in Austrian sign language (ÖGS): An ERP study
Ellen Ormel, Marcel Giezen and Els van der Kooij Phonological priming in deaf signers: Developing a continuous measure of phonological overlap in Sign Language of the Netherlands
Felix Yim-Binh Sze and Betty Cheung Development of discourse referencing in Hong Kong Sign Language narratives by Deaf/hard-of-hearing children in the Jockey Club Sign Bilingualism and Co-enrolment in Deaf Education Programme (English)
Jana Hosemann, Nicole Altvater-Mackensen, Annika Herrmann and Nivedita Mani Cross-modal language activation. Does processing a sign (L1) also activate its corresponding written translation (L2)? (English)
Jennifer Petrich, Brenda Nicodemus and Lucinda O'Grady Spatial language in dialogue: The role of modality in creating shape-based referring expressions
Jenny Singleton and Melissa Herzig Translating Theoretical Research into Application and Practice
Jerry Schnepp, Rosalee Wolfe and John McDonald Modeling synchrony and co-occurrence for nonmanual signals in American Sign Language
Jia Li, Scholastica Lam and Cat H-M. Fung
Acquisition of nonmanual adverbials in Hong Kong Sign Langauge by deaf children in the Jockey Club Sign Bilingualism and Co-enrolment in Deaf Education Programme
Jill Weisberg, Stephen McCullough, Jennifer Petrich and Karen Emmorey The neural correlates of comprehending ASL-English code-blends
Joanna Filipczak and Piotr Mostowski Repetition in Polish Sign Language (PJM): Discourse – grammar – information structure?
Jonathan Keane, Diane Brentari and Jason Riggle Dispelling prescriptive rules in ASL fingerspelling: the case of -E-
Jordan Fenlon, Adam Schembri and Rachel Sutton-Spence Turn-taking and backchannel behaviour in BSL conversations
Joshua Williams Native Deaf and Hearing Second Language (M2L2) Signers’ Lexical Structure: Fingerspelling
Julie Rinfret, Anne-Marie Parisot, Karl Szymoniak and Suzanne Villeneuve Methodological issues in automatic recognition of pointing signs in Langue des signes Québécoise using a 3D motion capture system
Keiko Sagara and Ulrike Zeshan Typology of cardinal numerals and numeral incorporation in sign languages
Keren Cumberbatch Challenging the Universal on Doubling Structures
Martha Tyrone and Claude Mauk ASL Locations as Dynamic
Mirko Santoro and Carlo Geraci Weak crossover in Italian Sign Language
Rachel Magid and Jennie Pyers Does iconicity help children learn language? Evidence from deaf and hearing preschoolers
Rachel Sutton-Spence and Penny Boyes Braem A comparison of artistic mime and sign language poetry
Russell Richie and Charles Yang Elicitation and analytic methods for documenting the lexicons of emerging signed languages
Tanya Denmark and John Swettenham Are deaf children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) impaired when using emotional and linguistic facial expressions in British Sign Language (BSL)?
Trevor Johnston, Donovan Cresdee, Bencie Woll and Adam Schembri Tracking grammaticalization through synchronic contextual variation: the frequency and distribution of signs meaning “finish” in the Auslan (Australian sign language) and BSL (British Sign Language) corpora
Vincent Homer and Carlo Geraci Can’t we make it possible? Maybe (not)
Wanette Reynolds Young bimodal bilingual narrative acquisition: Overt lexical sequence marking in ASL video-retellings – ASL
Yijun Chen and James Tai Polar and Content questions in Taiwan Sign Language
Yu-Cheng Ho and Jung-Hsing Chang Exploring the Form and Function of Body Classifiers in Taiwan Sign Language

*Winner of Mouton best early career presentation prize

+Winner of SLLS best student presentation prize

^Winner of SLLS best student poster prize

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