Publications

ASL Curricula

Zarchy, R.M. & Geer, L.C. (2020). American Sign Language at Home: A Family Curriculum. BookBaby


Journal Articles

Geer, L.C. & Keane, J. (2018). Improving ASL fingerspelling comprehension in L2 learners with explicit phonetic instruction. 2018. Language Teaching Research. Vol. 22(4) pp. 439-457. DOI: 10.1177/1362168818886988

Witkin, G.A., Morere, D.A., & Geer, L.C. (2013). Establishment of a phonemic clustering system for American Sign Language. Sign Language Studies. Volume 14(1), Fall 2013

Geer, L.C. (2011). Kinship in Mongolian Sign Language. Sign Language Studies. Volume 11(4), Summer 2011, pp. 594-605


Refereed book chapters

Chua, M., de Meulder, M., Geer, L., Henner, J., Hou, L., Kubus, O., O’Brien, D., & Robinson, O. (in press). 1001 Small Victories: Deaf Academics and Imposter Syndrome. In M. Addison. M. Breeze, & Y. Taylor (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of ‘ Imposter Syndrome’ in Higher Education. Palgrave

Geer, L.C. (2020). Teaching L2 Fingerspelling Sign Language Fingerspelling. In R. Rosen (Ed.) Handbook of Sign Language Pedagogy, Routledge.

Geer, L.C. & Wilcox, S. (2019). Fingerspelling. In J.S. Damico & M.J. Bell (Eds.) The SAGE Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders. SAGE Publications. ISBN 1483380823


Conference Proceedings

Geer, L.C. (in review). All in With Google Slides: Virtual Engagement and Formative Assessment in Introductory Sign Language Linguistics. In prep. In Proceedings from the Linguistics Society of America Symposium on Scholarly Teaching in the age of Covid-19 and Beyond, M. Martinez & K. Hiramatsu (Eds.). Forthcoming.

Geer, L.C. & Keane, J. (2014). Exploring factors that contribute to successful fingerspelling comprehension. In Proceedings from Lexicon at Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC `14); 1905-1910. Reykjavík, Iceland, May 2014

Fanghella, J., Geer, L.C., Henner, J., Hochgesang, J., Lillo-Martin, D., Mathur, G., Mirus, G., Pascual Villanueva, P.
(2012). Linking an ID-gloss database of ASL with child language corpora. In Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on the Representation and Processing of Sign Languages: Interactions between Corpus and Lexicon at Language Resources and Evaluation (LREC `12); 57-62. Istanbul, Turkey, May 2012

Geer, L.C. (2012). Sources of variation in Mongolian Sign Language. In Proceedings from SALSA XX: Languages and
Societies in Contact
Lawrence, Aimee, Stout, Tammi and Chatterjee, Anindita (eds). Volume 55, pp. 33-42


Book Reviews

Geer, L.C. (in press). Sign Language Acquisition by Deaf and Hearing Children, Deborah Chen Pichler, Marlon Kuntze, Diane Lillo-Martin, Ronice Müller de Quadros, and Marianne Rossi Stumpf. Sign Language & Linguistics
(forthcoming)

Geer, L.C. (2013). Book review of Formational Units in Sign Languages, Rachel Channon & Harry van der Hulst (eds). Sign Language & Linguistics. Volume 15, Number 2, 2013, pp. 271-276.


Bulletin articles

Geer, L.C. (2020). Language First Bulletin (2020). ASL Phonology. (Issue 2, Fall 2020)

Geer, L.C. (2020). Language First Bulletin (2020). Development of Handshape in Children Acquiring Sign Languages. Agency. (Issue 1, Spring 2020)


Extended Abstracts

Geer, L. C. (2017). Teaching ASL fingerspelling to second-language learners: Explicit versus implicit phonetic training. In Sign Language & Linguistics, 19(2), pp. 280-284. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/sll.19.2.07gee

Henner, J., Geer, L.C., & Lillo-Martin, D. (2013). Calculating Frequency of Occurrence of ASL Handshapes In LSA 2013 Annual Meeting Extended Abstracts, pp. 1-4

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