Articles & Books searches much of the library's content in a single search. It's a great place to start!
The following databases focus on specific subjects of interest to Sign Language & Deaf Studies. Some may use specialized terminology or offer advanced features not available in more comprehensive search tools, but they will identify only a subset of content that is available.
See Databases for a complete list of library databases. The Browse by Subject section includes recommendations for other disciplines.
|Sign Language||Children, Deaf||Interpreters for the Deaf|
|also, specific languages:||Children of Deaf Parents||Lipreading|
|American Sign Language||Cochlear Implants||Older Deaf People|
|Australian Sign Language||Deaf||Parents of Deaf Children|
|British Sign Language||Deaf Children||Teachers of the Deaf|
|Chinese Sign Language||Deaf in Literature||Video Recordings for the Hearing Impaired|
|French Sign Language||Deafness|
|German Sign Language||Finger Spelling|
|Indopakistan Sign Language||Gesture|
|Irish Sign Language||Hearing Disorders|
|Japanese Sign Language||Hearing Impaired|
|Nicaraguan Sign Language||Deafblind People|
|Quebec Sign Language|
|Taiwan Sign Language|
There are many journals covering sign language and deaf studies. Here are some, but not all, that might be of interest.
If you are looking for specific articles, use the Articles & Books search.
Review articles provide an overview to an area of research, identify who is working in that area, and cite relevant published work.