Books and Book Chapters
- Armstrong and Wilcox, 2003
Armstrong, D. F. & Wilcox, S. (2003). Origins of sign languages. Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language and education, 323-335.
- Fischer and Van der Hulst, 2003
Fischer, S. D., & Van der Hulst, H. (2003). Sign language structures. The Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language and education, 319-331.
- Wilbur, 2003
Wilbur, R. B. (2003). Modality and the structure of language: Sign languages versus signed systems. The handbook of deaf studies, language, and education, 332-346.
- Fry, 1964
Fry, C. (1964) Language problems in profoundly deaf children ion (eds) C. Renfrew and K. Murphy. The child who does not talk. Spastics International medical publications.
- Stokoe, 2005
Stokoe, W. (2005). Sign language structure: An outline of the visual communication systems of the American deaf. Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education 10(1), 3-37.
- Napoli & Sutton-Spence, 2014
Napoli, D.J. & Sutton-Spence, R. (2014). Order of the major constituents in sign languages: Implications for all language. Frontiers in Psychology 5, 376.
- Rose, 2006
Rose, H. (2006). The poet in the poem in the performance: The relation of body, self and text in ASL literature. In H-D. L. Bauman, J.L. Nelson, & H. M. Rose (Eds.), Signing the body poetic: Essays in American Sign Language literature (pp. 130-146). Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.
- Ling, 1968
Ling, A. H. (1968). Advice for parents of young deaf children - how to begin. Volta Review, 70(5), 316-319.