Armstrong interview continued...
GUPN: What are your goals for SLS?
DA: I want SLS to continue to be what it has always been - a place where original scholarship concerning signed languages and deaf communities can be published and issues debated. I think that the scope will broaden a bit - I am especially interested in providing an outlet for research on the history and anthropology of deaf and other signing communities. But I have a fundamental commitment to continuing the role of SLS as a primary outlet for research on signed languages and how they work.
GUPN: Who would you like to see reading SLS in a few years' time?
DA: I hope that it will be read by everyone interested in deaf communities and in signed language and all who use them.
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