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  1. Core reading 8 items
    1. Open your eyes: deaf studies talking - H-Dirksen L. Bauman, Deaf Studies Think Tank 2008

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    2. Open your eyes: deaf studies talking - H-Dirksen L. Bauman, Deaf Studies Think Tank, ebrary, Inc c2008 (electronic resource)

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    3. Understanding deaf culture: in search of deafhood - Paddy Ladd 2003

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    4. Understanding deaf culture: in search of deafhood - Paddy Ladd, ebrary, Inc c2003 (electronic resource)

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    5. A beginner's introduction to deaf history - Lee, Raymond, British Deaf History Society 2004

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    6. Disability history of the United States - Kim E. Nielsen 2012

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    7. Sign language: the study of deaf people and their language - J. G. Kyle, Bencie Woll 1985

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    8. A journey into the deaf-world - Lane, Harlan L., Hoffmeister, Robert 1996

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  2. Further reading 28 items
    1. The Gestural Theory of Language Origins - Armstrong, David F Spring 2008

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    2. The Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education: Volume 1 - Marc Marschark, Patricia Elizabeth Spencer 2011

      Book  Armstrong, D.F., & Wilcox, S. (2002) ‘The Origins of Sign Language’ in Marschark, M. & Spencer, P. (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies, Language, and Education. New York: Oxford University Press

    3. The Oxford handbook of deaf studies, language, and education: Volume 2 - Marc Marschark, Patricia Elizabeth Spencer 2010

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    4. American sign language: a look at its history, structure and community - Charlotte Baker, Carol Padden, Charlotte, Carol 1978(1984)

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    5. The deaf way: perspectives from the International Conference on Deaf Culture - Erting, Carol J., International Conference on Deaf Culture 1994

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    6. The study of signed languages: essays in honor of William C. Stokoe - William C. Stokoe, David F. Armstrong, Michael A. Karchmer, John V. Van Cleve c2002

      Book  Kendon, A. (2002) ‘Historical Observations on the Relationship between Research on Sign Languages and Language Origins Theory’ in Armstrong, D.F., Karchmer, M.A. and Van Cleve, J.V. (eds.) The Study of Signed Languages: Essays in Honor of William C. Stokoe

    7. Understanding deaf culture: in search of deafhood - Ladd, Paddy, NetLibrary, Inc c2003 (electronic resource)

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    8. When the mind hears: a history of the deaf - Lane, Harlan L. c1984

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    9. British sign language: a beginner's guide - Miles, Dorothy 1988

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    10. Seeing voices: a journey into the world of the deaf - Oliver W. Sacks 2012

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    11. The handbook of linguistics - Mark Aronoff, Janie Rees-Miller 2003

      Book  Sandler, W. & Lillo-Martin, D. (2001) ‘Natural Sign Languages’ in Aranoff, M. & Rees-Miller, J. (eds.) The Handbook of Linguistics

    12. Discovering a Neglected Language - William C. Stokoe 1994

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    13. Encyclopedia of language and linguistics - E. K. Brown, Anne Anderson 2006

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    14. Woll, B. (2009) 'The development of sign languages and deaf communities from the perspective of human sociality' in (Proceedings) Blooms`bury Round Table on Communication, Cognition and Culture

    15. The handbook of applied linguistics - Alan Davies, C. Elder 2006

      Book  Woll, B. & Sutton-Spence, R. (2004) ‘Sign Languages’ in Davies, A. & Elder, C. (eds.) The Handbook of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell

    16. The handbook of applied linguistics - Alan Davies, C. Elder 2004 (electronic resource)

      Book  Woll, B. & Sutton-Spence, R. (2004) ‘Sign Languages’ in Davies, A. & Elder, C. (eds.) The Handbook of Applied Linguistics. Oxford: Blackwell

    17. Language in the British Isles - David Britain 2007

      Book  Woll, B. & Sutton-Spence, R. (2006) 'Sign Languages in the British Isles' in Britain, D. (ed.) Language in The British Isles.