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Where Sign Language Studies Can Take Us

30 January, 2012
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The National Museum of Ethnology in Osaka (Japan) publishes a biannual anthropology newsletter. The latest issue revolves around sign language projects in Asia, and includes contributions by sign language researchers such as Soya Mori, Ted Supalla, and James Woodward. One of our staff members, Connie de Vos, presents an overview of the endangerment of Kata Kolok (Bali) as it relates to the changing social dynamics within this shared-signing community.

de Vos, C. (2011) A signer’s village in Bali, Indonesia. Minpaku Anthropology Newsletter, Where Sign Language Studies Can Take Us, 33, 4-5.

For more information on the National Museum of Ethnology Osaka  as well as the complete newsletter, see www.minpaku.ac.jp

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