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January 24, 2014

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From: "Lisbeth Rogers" <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: CALL FOR AUTHORS: The Deaf Studies Encyclopedia/SAGE Reference
Date: January 24, 2014 at 10:56:15 AM PST
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Reply-To: "linguists interested in signed languages" <[log in to unmask]>

Greetings,

We are inviting academic editorial contributors to participate in
The Deaf Studies Encyclopedia, a new 3-volume reference to be
published by SAGE Reference in 2015.

*This list of linguistic-related topics currently available for
assignment follows below.*

The deadline for submissions is April 14, 2014.

The encyclopedia will marketed to academic and public libraries as a
print and digital product available to students via the library’s
electronic services. The General Editors, who will be reviewing each
submission to the project are Dr. Genie Gertz and Dr. Patrick
Boudreault, Gallaudet University.

If you are interested in contributing to this cutting-edge reference,
it can be a notable publication addition to your CV/resume and broaden
your publishing credits. SAGE Publications offers an honorarium
ranging from SAGE book credits for smaller articles up to a free set
of the printed product for contributions totaling 10,000 words or
more. Your name and affiliation will also appear in the byline of your
entry(ies) in the final publication.

If you would like to contribute to building a truly outstanding
reference with The Deaf Studies Encyclopedia, please contact me by the
email information below. Please provide me with your CV or a brief
summary of your academic/publishing credentials in related disciplines
as well as your selections from the list of topics. I will confirm
availability of your selections and provide you with Submission
Guidelines and a sample article for your review.

Thanks very much.
Lisbeth Rogers
Director of Author Management
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Available topics including word count/length of entry:

Language Research: Post 2000 (e.g., Hamburg Center, UCSD, VL2) 2600
Languages: Natural (e.g., ASL, LSF, MSL, RSL) 3900
Linguistic and Human Rights: Convention of the Rights of the Child 1200
Linguistic and Human Rights: Declaration on the Rights of the Person
Belonging to
National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities (e.g.,
Articles 1.: 2.: & 4.) 1900
Linguistic and Human Rights: UN Convention on Genocide (E793, 1948)
(e.g., Article II€, Article II(b), Linguistic Genocide by TSK) 1900
Linguistic and Human Rights: UNESCO Education Paper Position  1900
Linguistic and Human Rights: Universal Declaration on Cultural
Diversity (e.g., UNESCO) 1900
Linguistics: Cognitive 1900
Linguistics: Creativity and Creative Use (e.g., Valli’s Thesis) 1200
Linguistics: Discourse 1900
Linguistics: Facial Grammar 1900
Linguistics: Morphology 2100
Linguistics: Phonetics 2900
Linguistics: Structuralism 1900
Psycholinguistics: Development & Benefits 1900
Psycholinguistics: Pre-Post Lingual 900
Sign Language Teaching: Certifications 1200
Sign Language Teaching: Controversy 2100
Sign Language Teaching: Materials (e.g., SL Dictionary, Online, SL
Textbooks) 1500
Sign Language: Central America (e.g., Mexico, Costa Rica, Guatemala,
Honduras) 1000
Sign Language: Central Asia (e.g., “Stans”) 1000
Sign Language: Cyrillic Fingerspelling (e.g., RSL) 1000
Sign Language: Eastern Africa (e.g., Ethiopia, Rwanda, Seychelles) 1000
Sign Language: History and Recognition 2500
Sign Language: Middle Africa (e.g., Cameroon, Congo) 1000
Sign Language: Northern Africa (e.g., Algeria, Egypt: Sudan) 1000
Sign Language: Northern America (e.g., Canada, U.S.) 2500
Sign Language: Northern Europe (e.g., Estonia, Finland, etc.) 2000
Sign Language: Oceania (e.g., Australia, New Zealand, Polynesia, etc) 1000
Sign Language: Southern Africa (e.g., South Africa, Swaziland) 1000
Sign Language: Southern Europe (e.g., Croatia, Greece, Italy, Spain) 1500
Sign Language: Two-Handed Fingerspelling 900
Sign Language: Western Africa (e.g., Cote d’Ivoire, Senegal, Mali) 1000
Sign Language: Western Europe (e.g., Austria, Germany, France) 2500
Sign Systems : Sim-Com  1200
Signed Literature: ABC Stories 1200
Signed Literature: An Overview of Genres 2000
Signed Literature: Humor  1200
Signed Literature: SLAM 900
Signed Literature: Stories 1900
Sociolinguistics: Dialects/Regionalisms 1900
Sociolinguistics: Ethnic variety 1200
Sociolinguistics: International Signs & Gestuno 1900
Sociolinguistics: Language Attitude 1900
Sociolinguistics: Language Contact of Spoken Languages 1500
Sociolinguistics: Language Contact within Home Signs and Gestures 1900
Sociolinguistics: Language Contact within International Signs/Gestuno  1500
Sociolinguistics: Latin Fingerspelling (e.g., LSF, ASL, DGS) 1200
Sociolinguistics: Multi-signed languages countries (e.g., LSQ-ASL,
Flemish SL- LSB [Belgium]) 1900
Sociolinguistics: Registers 1200
Sociolinguistics: Sign Language Migration & Geography 2000
Sociolinguistics: Signing in the classroom 2100


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