List of John Benjamins publications for which Sherman Wilcox plays a role.
ISSN 1387-5337 | E-ISSN 1569-9757
ISSN 1877-9751 | E-ISSN 1877-976X
ISSN 1572-0268 | E-ISSN 1572-0276
Cultural, Psychological and Typological Issues in Cognitive Linguistics: Selected papers of the bi-annual ICLA meeting in Albuquerque, July 1995
Edited by Masako K. Hiraga, Chris Sinha and Sherman Wilcox
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 152] 1999. viii, 338 pp.
Subjects Cognition and language | Psycholinguistics | Typology
The Phonetics of Fingerspelling
[Studies in Speech Pathology and Clinical Linguistics, 4] 1992. vi, 108 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Phonetics
2022. Signed language pragmatics. Handbook of Pragmatics: Manual, Verschueren, Jef and Jan-Ola Östman (eds.), pp. 1209–1223
Kendon’s work on a signed language from the Enga Province of Papua New Guinea: Some Implications. Sign Language in Papua New Guinea: A primary sign language from the Upper Lagaip Valley, Enga Province, Kendon, Adam †, pp. 185–1962020.
Hands and faces: Linking human language and non-human primate communication. Developments in Primate Gesture Research, Pika, Simone and Katja Liebal (eds.), pp. 223–2402012.
This chapter investigates the linguistic links between gesture and language, relying on data from signed languages. Data focuses on the developmental routes by which non-linguistic gestures become incorporated into the linguistic system of signed languages. Evidence is presented for two routes: one… read more | Article
Signed language pragmatics. Pragmatics in Practice, Östman, Jan-Ola and Jef Verschueren (eds.), pp. 278–2942011.
Review of Streeck, Grothues & Villanueva (2009): Gesturecraft: The Manu-facture of Meaning. Sign Language & Linguistics 13:1, pp. 69–742010.
Symbol and Symptom: Routes from Gesture to Signed Language. Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics: Volume 7, Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco José (ed.), pp. 89–1102009.
This study examines the developmental routes by which gesture is codified into a linguistic system in the context of the natural signed languages of the deaf. I suggest that gestures follow two routes as they codify, and thus that signed languages provide evidence of how material which begins its… read more | Article
Sign and gesture: Towards a new paradigm. Metaphor and Gesture, Cienki, Alan and Cornelia Müller (eds.), pp. 273–2752008.
Empirical methods in signed language research. Methods in Cognitive Linguistics, Gonzalez-Marquez, Monica, Irene Mittelberg, Seana Coulson and Michael J. Spivey (eds.), pp. 171–2002007.
Towards a cognitive model of interpreting. Topics in Signed Language Interpreting: Theory and practice, Janzen, Terry (ed.), pp. 27–502005.
Gesture and language: Cross-linguistic and historical data from signed languages. Gesture 4:1, pp. 43–732004.
In this paper I explore the role of gesture in the development of signed languages. Using data from American Sign Language, Catalan Sign Language, French Sign Language, and Italian Sign Language, as well as historical sources describing gesture in the Mediterranean region, I demonstrate that… read more | Article
11. The iconic mapping of space and time in signed languages. Unfolding Perceptual Continua, Albertazzi, Liliana (ed.), pp. 255–2812002.
Signed language pragmatics. Handbook of Pragmatics: 1999 Installment, Verschueren, Jef, Jan-Ola Östman, Jan Blommaert † and Chris Bulcaen (eds.), pp. 1–202001.
Foreword. The Evolution of Grounded Communication, Steels, Luc (ed.), p.2001.
Introduction. Cultural, Psychological and Typological Issues in Cognitive Linguistics: Selected papers of the bi-annual ICLA meeting in Albuquerque, July 1995, Hiraga, Masako K., Chris Sinha and Sherman Wilcox (eds.)1999.
The Gestural Expression of Modality in ASL. Modality in Grammar and Discourse, Bybee, Joan L. and Suzanne Fleischman (eds.), pp. 135 ff.1995.