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University of Connecticut College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Linguistics

UConn Sign Language Research at Conferences

Published on June, 18 2018 at 11:39am

Strong UConn representation at Sign Language conferences continues this month with two more venues

Formal and Experimental Advances in Sign Language Theory (FEAST); Ca 'Foscari University, Venice; June 18-20 2018 includes:

Lillo-Martin, Diane & Chen Pichler, Deborah (2018). It’s not all ME, ME, ME: Revisiting the Acquisition of ASL Pronouns.
 
Also presentations from former UConn affiliates: Vadim Kimmelman, Kadir Gökgöz
 
and 
 
International Conference on Sign Language Acquisition; Istanbul, Turkey; June 27-29 2018.
 
Chen Pichler, Deborah, Gökgöz, Kadir & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2018). Points to self by Deaf, hearing and Coda children. International Conference on Sign Language Acquisition; Istanbul, Turkey; June 2018.
 
Gökgöz, Kadir & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2018). Phonetic/phonological issues in the alignment of speech-sign syllables in a bimodal bilingual child. International Conference on Sign Language Acquisition; Istanbul, Turkey; June 2018.
 
Goodwin, Corina & Lillo-Martin, Diane (2018). Aspects of Sign Input to Deaf children of Deaf parents. International Conference on Sign Language Acquisition; Istanbul, Turkey; June 2018.
 
Lillo-Martin, Diane, Chen Pichler, Deborah, Kozak, L. Viola & Quadros, R. M. de (2018). Relations between American Sign Language skills and phonological awareness in ASL and English in bimodal bilingual children. 
 
Also presentations from (current former) UConn affiliates: Marie Coppola (invited speaker), Matt Hall, Kazumi Matsuoka