List of John Benjamins publications for which Fabian Bross plays a role.
Wh -doubling in German Sign Language: Why not sluicing? Sign Language & Linguistics: Online-First Articles2023
Wh-doubling is a widely attested phenomenon in sign languages. Several analyses are found in the literature assuming, for example, base-generation of one of the doubles or making (heavy) use of remnant movement. Using data from German Sign Language, this article discusses the possibility that… read more | Article
This article discusses several arguments in favor of the hypothesis that the headshake as a gesture for negation has its origins in early childhood experiences. It elaborates on Charles Darwin’s observation that children inevitably shake their heads in order to stop food intake when sated, thereby… read more | Article
The clausal syntax of German Sign Language: A cartographic approach Sign Language & Linguistics 22:2, pp. 267–2742019