About the article
Professor Elizabeth Keating,
Elizabeth Keating (b. 1957) is a professor at the University of Texas at Austin 〈firstname.lastname@example.org〉. Her research interests include language and culture, and language and technology. Her publications include Power sharing: Language, rank, gender, and social space in Pohnpei, Micronesia (1998); “Habits and innovations: Designing language for new, technologically mediated sociality” (2006); “Participation cues: Coordinating activity and collaboration in complex online gaming worlds” (with C. Sunakawa, 2010); and “Sensory impairment” (with R. Neill Hadder, 2010).
Associate Professor Gene Mirus,
Gene Mirus (b. 1969) is an assistant professor at Gallaudet University 〈email@example.com〉. His research interests include signed language corpus, L1/L2 sign language acquisition, and sign language poetics. His publications include “Examining interactions across language modalities: Deaf children and hearing peers at school” (with E. Keating, 2003); “New technologies and minority language communities: The deaf community, visual virtual language and computer-mediated communication” (with E. Keating, 2003); “Signing in the car: Some issues in language and context” (with E. Keating, 2004); and “Cybersign: Impacts of new communication technologies on space and language” (with E. Keating & T. Edwards, 2008).
Published Online: 2012-09-06
Published in Print: 2012-08-21