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Volume Twenty: Issue Four

Forthcoming Issue - Summer 2020

SPECIAL ISSUE ON LINGUISTIC ETHNOGRAPHY
Editor’s Note
Introduction: Linguistic Ethnography and Sign Language Studies
Annelies Kusters and Lynn Hou, Coeditors
ARTICLES
Filmmaking in a Linguistic Ethnography of Deaf Tourist Encounters
Erin Moriarty

Intelligibility as a Methodological Problem in the Rehearsal Spaces of Apple Time, A Signed Play
Joanne Weber and Kristin Snoddon

A Linguistic Ethnography Approach to the Study of Deaf Youth and Local Signs in Iquitos, Peru
Sara A. Goico

Seeing Signs: Linguistic Ethnography in the Study of Homesign Systems in Guatemala
Laura Horton

Who Signs? Language Ideologies about Deaf and Hearing Child Signers in One Family in Mexico
Lynn Hou
IN BRIEF
Naming British Sign Language 1960–1975
Anne Leahy and Peter R. Brown
BOOK REVIEW
The Legal Recognition of Sign Languages: Advocacy and Outcomes around the World, ed. by Maartje de Meulder, Joseph J. Murray and Rachel L. McKee
J. Albert Bickford