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Name: Kathryn  L.  Hansen
Institution: State University of New York at Oswego
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State and/or Country: NY
Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
Linguistic Theories
Writing Systems
Specialty: Sign Language, Phonology
Subject Language(s): American Sign Language
Language Family(ies): Deaf Sign Language
Sign Language
Selected Publications: Hansen, Kathryn L. (2011). ASL Movement Phonemes and Allophones. In R. Channon and H. van der Hulst (Eds.), Formational Units in Sign Languages. Sign Language Typology Series Vol. 3, pp. 285-314. Nijmegen/Berlin: Ishara Press/Mouton de Gruyter.

Hansen, Kathryn (2009). From Phoneme to Articulation via the Semiotic Sign. In B. Smith and T. Prewitt (Eds.), Semiotics 2006, pp. 377-384. New York and Ottawa: Legas Publishing and Semiotic Society of America.

Hansen, Kathryn L. (2003). Review of Onno Crasborn, 2001. Phonetic Implementation of Phonological Categories in Sign Language of the Netherlands. Utrecht: LOT. Sign Language and Linguistics 6:1, 101-104.
Courses Taught: -Articulatory Phonetics
-Phonetics, Phonology, and Morphology
-Introduction to Linguistics
-Linguistics of American Sign Language
-Sign Language Phonology
-Sign Language Morphosyntax
-Voice and Articulation
-Freshman Composition
-Basic Composition
-ESL Oral Skills
-ESL Writing
Dissertation Abstract: Recombinant Features for the Movements of American Sign Language
Academic Paper Abstract: From Phoneme to Articulation via the Semiotic Sign
Evidence for Discrete Movement Segments in American Sign Language

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