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Brazilian Sign Language Studies

Edited by: Ronice Müller de Quadros
This book brings together a collection of studies on Brazilian Sign Language (Libras). Research on Libras began in earnest 20 years ago, around the time that Libras was recognised as a national language of Brazil in 2002. Over the years, more and more deaf researchers have become sign language linguists, and the community of Libras scholars have documented this language and built robust resources for linguistic research. This book provides a selection of studies by these scholars, representing work in a variety of areas from phonology to creative literature.

Author Information

Ronice Müller de Quadros, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil.

Audience: Linguists and Researchers interested in Sign Languages