Project on the Bibliography of

Tense, Verbal Aspect, Aktionsart, and Related Areas

 


On sign languages

©Robert I. Binnick, 2002


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Aarons, Debra, Benjamin J. Bahan, Judy Kegl, Carol Neidle. 1995. "Lexical Tense Markers in American Sign Language." Karen Emmorey and Judy S. Reilly (eds.), Language, Gesture, and Space. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Erlbaum, 225-53.

Anderson, Lloyd B. 1982. "Universals of Aspect and Parts of Speech: Parallels between Signed and Spoken Languages." Paul J. Hopper (ed.), Tense-Aspect: Between Semantics and Pragmatics. Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 91-114.

Bergman, Brita. 1983. "Verbs and Adjectives: Some Morphological Processes in Swedish Sign Language." Jim Kyle and Bencie Woll (eds.), Language in Sign: An International Perspective in Sign Language. Beckenham, Kent: Croom Helm, 3-9.

Bergman, Brita and Östen Dahl. 1994. "Ideophones in Sign Language?: The place of reduplication in the tense-aspect system of Swedish Sign Language." Carl Bache, Hans Basbøll, Carl-Erik Lindberg (eds.), Tense, Aspect and Action: Empirical and Theoretical Contributions to Language Typology (Proceedings of seminars on Verbal Semantics at Odense University in 1986 and 1987.). Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, 397-422.

Brennan, Mary. 1981. "Grammatical Processes in British Sign Language." Bencie Woll, James Kyle, and Margaret Deuchar (eds.), Perspectives on British Sign Language and Deafness. London: Croom Helm, 120-135.

_____. 1983. "Marking Time in British Sign Language." Jim Kyle and Bencie Woll (eds.), Language in Sign: An International Perspective in Sign Language. Beckenham, Kent: Croom Helm, 10-31.

Cogen, Cathy. 1977. "On Three Aspects of Time Expression in American Sign Language." Lynn Friedman (ed.), On the Other Hand: New Perspectives of American Sign Language. New York City : Academic Press, 197-214.

Curiel, Monica. 1994. "La sistema aspectual de la lengua de seõas argentina." [The Aspectual System of the Argentinian Sign Language.] RLA: revista de lingüística teórica y aplicada 32.29-52.

Curiel, Monica and Maria Ignacia Massone. 1993. "Categorias gramaticales en la lengua de seõas argentina." [Grammatical Categories in Argentinian Sign Language.] RLA: revista de lingüística teórica y aplicada 31.27-53.

Fischer, Susan D. 1973. "Two Processes of Reduplication in the American Sign Language." Foundations of Language 9.460-80.

Fischer, Susan D. and Bonnie Gough. 1978. "Verbs in American Sign Language." Sign Language Studies, 17-48. Reprinted 1980 in Stokoe (1978), 149-79.

Friedman, Lynn A. 1975. "Space, Time, and Person Reference in American Sign Language." Language 51.940-61.

Frishberg, Nancy and Bonnie Gough. 1974. "Time on Our Hands." Working paper, Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, California.

Jacobowitz, E. Lynn and William C. Stokoe. 1988. "Signs of Tense in ASL Verbs." Sign Language Studies 60.331-40.

Kegl, Judy. 1995. "The Manifestation and Grammatical Analysis of Clitics in American Sign Language." Proceedings of the ...th Regional Meeting, Chicago Linguistic Society 31.140-67.

Metlay, Donald S. and Ted Supalla. 1995. "Morpho-Syntactic Structure of Aspect and Number Inflections in ASL." Karen Emmorey and Judy S. Reilly (eds.), Language, Gesture, and Space. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Erlbaum, 255-84.

Pizzuto, Elena, Emanuela Cameracanna, Serena Corazza, and Virginia Volterra. 1995. "Terms for Spatio-Temporal Relations in Italian Sign Language." Raffaele Simone (ed.), Iconicity in Language. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 237-56.

Warren, Katherine N. 1978. "Aspect Marking in American Sign Language." Patricia Siple (ed.), Understanding Language through Sign Language Research. New York: Academic, 133-59.

Woodward, James and Harry Markowicz. 1975. "Some Handy New Ideas on Pidgins and Creoles: Pidgin Sign Languages." Paper presented at the International Conference on Pidgin and Creole Languages, Honolulu, Hawaii, January 6-11, 1975; available from EDRS.

 


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