SIGN-HUB's documentary: 'We were there – we are here'
The 40-minute documentary movie 'We were there – we are here' includes short fragments from the 137 interviews that were conducted in Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain, and Turkey in the context of the SIGN-HUB ...
27 Feb 2020
More extensive research into negation in Sign Language of the Netherlands
Marloes Oomen, Roland Pfau and Ulrika Klomp recently finished a research project in which they further investigated negation in Sign Language of the Netherlands (Nederlandse Gebarentaal, NGT).
11 Feb 2020
New PhD project on reduplication in Sign Language of the Netherlands
PhD student Cindy van Boven recently started her research project on reduplication in Sign Language of the Netherlands (NGT). Reduplication is a process in which (part of) a sign or word is repeated, in order to ...
10 Feb 2020
What do conditional clauses look like in Sign Language of the Netherlands?
Ulrika Klomp investigates several grammatical phenomena in Sign Language of the Netherlands (NGT), as part of the descriptive grammar that she is writing. Her article on the manual and non-manual markers that are ...
6 Mar 2018
FEAST Conference 2018
Right after the summer school, from June 18–20, 2018, the international conference ‘Formal and Experimental Advances in Sign Language Theory’ (FEAST 7) will take place at the University of Venice (Italy). FEAST is ...
6 Mar 2018
SIGN-HUB Summer School
From June 11–15, 2018, the SIGN-HUB & CNRS summer school will take place in Como (Italy).
6 Mar 2018
SignGram Blueprint Publication
Current grammatical knowledge about particular sign languages is fragmentary and of varying reliability. In general, comprehensive grammars are a rarity.
20 Jun 2017
Signing NOT (or not)
New publication (May 2017) on an aspect of the grammar of Sign Language of the Netherlands: Oomen, Marloes & Roland Pfau. 2017. Signing NOT (or not): A typological perspective on standard negation in Sign Language of ...
9 Jun 2017
Formal and Experimental Advances in Sign Language Theory
The sixth meeting of ‘Formal and Experimental Advances in Sign Language Theory’ (FEAST 6) will take place at the University of Iceland in Reykjavik on 21-22 June 2017. FEAST is the conference of the Horizon 2020 ...