Presentations

Leah Geer & Jonathan KeanePresented at the 91st meeting of the Linguistics Society of America (LSA), Austin, TX, January 5-8, 2017

Leah Geer & Jonathan KeanePresented at the High Desert Linguistics Society (HDLS) Conference, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, November 13th, 2016

Improving  fingerspelling comprehension in L2 learners through explicit phonetic instruction
Leah GeerTo be presented as part of the Vl2 lecture series, Gallaudet University, Washington, DC, October 14th, 2016

Improving fingerspelling comprehension in second language learners of ASL. Presented at the Texas Language Education Research (TexLER) Conference, San Antonio, TX. February 19-20, 2016

Understanding fingerspelling perception. 
Presented at TISLR 12, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. January 5, 2016

“Kortugal” is not a country in Europe: Lessons from L2 ASL learners. Poster presented at the iSLC Conference: Eighth Annual Inter-Science of Leaning Center Student and Post-Doc Conference San Diego, CA. June, 2015. 

Sign Language and Cultural Etiquette: Essential Skills for Working with Deaf People. Workshop to be presented at the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) conference. Tampa, Florida. October, 2014 

Essential Etiquette for Communicating with Deaf People in American Sign Language: Foundations for Linguistically and Culturally Competent Social Work Practice. Workshop to be presented at the National Association of Social Workers: Texas Conference. San Marcos, TX. October, 2014

Exploring factors that contribute to successful fingerspelling comprehension. Presented at Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC `14). Reykjavík, Iceland. May, 2014 

Holds or Transitions: Which Is More Important? Presented at CLS 50, Chicago, IL, April 10-12, 2014

A cross-linguistic examination of the Symmetry & Dominance Constraints. Presented at the 10th meeting of the Association for Linguistic Typology (ALT). Leipzig, Germany. August, 2013 

Calculating Frequency of Occurrence of ASL Handshapes Presented at the 87th Linguistic Society of American (LSA) Annual Meeting 2013. Boston, MA. Jan 3-6, 2013

A cross-linguistic examination of the Symmetry & Dominance Constraints. Presented at the 10th meeting of the High Desert Linguistics Society (HDLS). Albuquerque, NM. November, 2012

Linking an ID-gloss database of ASL with child language corpora. Presented at The 5th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Interactions between Corpus and Lexicon at Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC `12). Istanbul, Turkey. May, 2012 

Sources of variation in Mongolian Sign Language. SALSA XX, Austin, TX. April, 2012

Initial Handshape Frequency in a small database of ASL signs. Multidisciplinary Approaches to Language (M.A.L.). University of Texas at Austin; Austin TX, February 2012

The point of pointing: Acquisition of ASL pronouns in adult learners. Multidisciplinary Approaches to Language (M.A.L.). University of Texas at Austin; Austin TX, November 2011

Kinship in Mongolian Sign Language. Presented at the 3L Summer School for Language Documentation and Description Student Conference. Leiden, The Netherlands. July 2010

Language Attitudes in Signers of Mongolian Sign Language. Gallaudet University. Washington, DC. May, 2010

Anatomical Markedness in Handshape Acquisition: Is that the full story?University of Manitoba. Winnipeg, Manitoba. April, 2010


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