Emancipation Processes in the Ugandan Deaf Community

Publications

Sign Languages of the World: a Comparative Handbook

Although a number of edited collections deal with either the languages of the world or the languages of particular regions or genetic families, only a few cover sign languages or even include a substantial amount of information on them. This handbook provides information on some 38 sign languages, including basic facts about each of the languages, structural aspects, history and culture of the...

Friday 20 November 2015

Developing sustainably? The Ugandan Deaf Community looking Back and Forward

Book by Sam Lutalo-Kiingi (Kyambogo University, Uganda) and Goedele De Clerck (University of Manchester, UK), forthcoming by Fountain Publishers, Uganda.


Friday 20 November 2015

Sign Language, Sustainable Development & Equal Opportunities

Edited by Goedele A.M. De Clerck (Ghent University) & Peter V. Paul (The Ohio State University)

Deaf and hard of hearing citizens and sign language communities and societies experience new realities that confront them with additional challenges and opportunities. In this book, renowned scholars and policy makers present various innovative and ground-breaking...

Tuesday 23 June 2015

Sign Language Says it All

Goedele De Clerck and Rik Pinxten of Ghent University assembled the reader Sign Language Says it All: Contributions on diversity and sign language from an emancipatory perspective, published by Acco (Leuven) in 2012 (in Dutch). Scholars from Flanders and the Netherlands explore how sign...

Thursday 12 September 2013