Sign Languages (All Dialects)

ABSA Research Group. 19871. A Dictionary of Pakistan Sign Language (Focus on Karachi). Karachi: Anjuman Behbood-e-Samat-e-Atfal (ABSA School for the Deaf)

ABSA Research Group. 1989. Relationships in Sign Language. Karachi: Anjuman Behbood-e-Samat-e-Atfal (ABSA School for the Deaf)

ABSA Research Group. 1989. Time and Seasons in Sign Language. Karachi: Anjuman Behbood-e-Samat-e-Atfal (ABSA School for the Deaf)

ABSA Research Group. 1990. The Anatomy in Body Actions and Sign Language. Karachi: Anjuman Behbood-e-Samat-e-Atfal (ABSA School for the Deaf)

ABSA Research Group. 1992. Numeration in Sign Language. Karachi: Anjuman Behbood-e-Samat-e-Atfal (ABSA School for the Deaf)

ABSA Research Group. 19952. A Dictionary of Pakistan Sign Language (Focus on Karachi). Karachi: Anjuman Behbood-e-Samat-e-Atfal (ABSA School for the Deaf)

Adenwalla, Dhun Dinaz. 1999. “Education of the deaf in India.” William H. Brelje (ed.). Global perspectives on the education of the deaf. Hillsboro, Oregon: Butte. 181-9

Ahmed, Syed Iftikhar (ed.). 1989. Pakistan Sign Language. Rawalpindi: Sir Syed Deaf Association

AIFD All India Federation of the Deaf. News letter. New Delhi

Beecken, Anne. 1997. “Unterstützung Gehörloser und Schwerhöriger in Nepal - ein dänisch-nepalesisches Projekt.” Das Zeichen 11/40:196-9

Bhagwat, V. 1982. “A study of the existing facilities for the education of the deaf in India in the light of the country’s social and economic conditions.” Herbert Feuchte et al. (eds.). Proceedings of the International Congress on Education of the Deaf in Hamburg 1980. Vol 1. Heidelberg: Groos. 679-83

Delhi Association of the Deaf. 1997. 47th Annual Day Celebrations. New Delhi

Dasgupta, Tirthankar, Sandipan Dandpat & Anupam Basu, 2008. “Prototype Machine Translation System From Text-To-Indian Sign Language.” IJCNLP-08 Workshop on NLP for Less Privileged Languages. Proceedings of the Workshop. 11. January, 2008, IIIT, Hyderabad, India. Asian Federation of Natural Language Processing. 19-26. http://ltrc.iiit.ac.in/anil/papers/nlplpl-08.pdf

Deshmukh, Dilip. 1994. “The status of sign language in deaf education in India.” Signpost 7/1:49-52

Deshmukh, Dilip. 1995. “The status of sign language in deaf education in India.” Mervin D. Garretson (ed.). Deafness: Life and culture, II. (A Deaf American Monograph, No. 45) Silver Spring, MD: NAD. 25-8

Deshmukh, Dilip (ed.). 1997. Sign Language and Bilingualism in Deaf Education. Ichalkaranji, India: Deaf Foundation

Devkota, Nirmal Kumar, Patricia Ross & Dhruba Man Maskey. 1989. Nepali Sign Language Dictionary. Kathmandu: The Welfare Society for the Hearing Impaired, School for the Deaf

Dhalee, Stephen P. 1994. “Discrimination against deaf people in Bangladesh.” Carol J. Erting et al. (eds.). The Deaf Way: Perspectives from the International Conference on Deaf Culture. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press. 788-90

Dyssegaard, Birgit. 2000. “Emerging educational programs for deaf students in Mongolia and Nepal: A special report.” Patricia E. Spencer, Carol J. Erting & Marc Marschark (eds.). The Deaf Child in the Family and at School: Essays in Honor of Kathryn P. Meadow-Orlans. 239-54

Jepson, Jill. 1991. “Two Sign Languages in a Single Village in India.” Language Studies, 70:47-59

Jepson, Jill. 1991. “Urban and Rural Sign Language in India.” Language in Society, 1/2:37-57

Jepson, Jill. 1991. “Some aspects of the deaf experience in India.” Sign Language Studies 20/73:453-9

Joshi, Ragav Bir. 1991. “Nepal: a paradise of the deaf?” Sign Language Studies 20/71:161-8

Joshi, Ragav Bir. 1994. “Nepal: A Paradise of the Deaf?” Carol J. Erting et al. (eds.). The Deaf Way: Perspectives from the International Conference on Deaf Culture. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. 69-74

Löwe, Armin. 1996. “Die Erziehung und Bildung hörgeschädigter Kinder in süd- und ostasiatischen Ländern.” Hörgeschädigtenpädagogik 50/2:128-36

Löwe, Armin. 1998. “Deutsche Hilfe für hörgeschädigte Kinder in Bangladesch. 1985-1997: Ein Rückblick auf zwölf Jahre.” Hörgeschädigtenpädagogik 52/5:281-94

Maskey, Lion Sita Ram & Jaljala Shishu. 1999. “The lives of the deaf in Nepal.” H. William Brelje (ed.). Global Perspectives on the Education of the Deaf. Hillsboro, Oregon: Butte. 243-7

Narasimhan, R. & A. Mukherjee. 1986. Disability: A continuing challenge. New Delhi: Wiley Eastern Ltd.

Nepal Association of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing (ed.). 1996. Final Report of the 3 day seminar on “Nepali Sign Language in the Deaf Communication”

Nepal Association of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing (ed.). 1996. Nepali Sign Language Dictionary (Book one)

Nepal Association of the Deaf & Hard of Hearing (ed.). 1997. Nepali Sign Language Dictionary (Book three)

NISE National Institute of Special Education. 1991. Pakistan Sign Language, with Regional Differences. Islamabad

NISE National Institute of Special Education. 1994. Pakistan Sign Language, Based on Primary School Course Vocabulary. Second Handbook for Teachers, Parents and Hearing Impaired Persons. Islamabad

Ozolins, Brigitta. 1996. “Deaf women in Nepal.” XII World Congress of the World Federation of the Deaf. Vienna, Austria, 6-15 July, 1995. Proceedings. Toward Human Rights. 738-40

Parasnis, Ila, James J. DeCaro & Marie L. Raman. 1996. “Attitudes of teachers and parents in India toward career choices for deaf and hearing people.” American Annals of the Deaf, 141,4:303-308

Parasnis, Ila, Vincent J. Samar & Kalyani Mandke. 1996. “Deaf adults’ attitudes toward career choices for deaf and hearing people in India.” American Annals of the Deaf, 141,5:333-339

Phillot, D.C. 1907. “A note on the mercantile sign language of India.” Journal and Proceedings, Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal, N.S. III. 333-4

Reis, Michael. 1993. “Student life at the Indian School for the Deaf during the depression years.” John V. Cleve (ed.). Deaf history unveiled. Interpretations from the new scholarship. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. 198-223

Schroeder, Odd-Inge. 1984. “Tegnsprogarbeidet i Pakistan.” Nordisk Tidskrift før Døvundervisningen 3

Schroeder, Odd-Inge. 1986. “Tegnsprog og de doves forhold på Sri Lanka.” Døves Tidskrift 38

Schroeder, Odd-Inge. 1987. Preface to a dictionary of Pakistan Sign Language. Karachi: Focus

Schroeder, Odd-Inge. 1989. “Likheter og ulikheter mellom norsk og pakistansk tegnsprog.” Døves Tidskrift

Schroeder, Odd-Inge & Patrick J. Coppock. 1992. “In fond memory of Aziz Dossani.” Signpost 5/1:33-4

Schroeder, Odd-Inge & Patrick J. Coppock. 1992. “In fond memory of Aziz Dossani - A deaf Pakistani sign language research pioneer.” WFD News: Magazine of the World Federation of the Deaf; La Revue de la FMS; Organe de la Federation Mondiale des Sourds 1:10-11

Serene, K.D. 1995. “Vocational Training for the Deaf.” AIFD All India Federation of the Deaf: News letter. New Delhi. December 1995:4

Shamsudin, Anwar. 1994. “Deaf culture in Pakistan.” Carol J. Erting, Robert C. Johnson, Dorothy L. Smith & Bruce D. Snider (eds.). The Deaf Way. Perspectives from the International Conference on Deaf Culture, 75-77. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press

Sharma, Onkar. 1995. “Sign language - controvery - status.” AIFD All India Federation of the Deaf. News letter. New Delhi. Dec. 1995:2

Sign Media Inc. (ed.). 1990. Signs around the world. India. Burtonsville, MD: SMI (30 min.)

Taylor, Irene. 1997. Buddhas in Disguise. Deaf People of Nepal. San Diego, California: Dawn Sign Press

Vasishta, Madan. 1975. Pilot Project for a Comprehensive Study of Sign Languages of India. Washington: Gallaudet College. Manuscript

Vasishta, Madan & Meher Sethna. 1994. “Clubs for deaf people in India.” Carol J. Erting et al. (eds.): The deaf way: perspectives from the International Conference on Deaf Culture. Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press. 532-4

Vasishta, Madan, James Woodward & Susan deSantis. 1980. An Introduction to Indian Sign Language (Focus on Delhi). New Delhi: All India Federation of the Deaf

Vasishta, Madan, James Woodward & Susan deSantis. 1985. An Introduction to the Bangalore Variety of Indian Sign Language. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press (Gallaudet Research Institute Monograph, No. 4)

Vasishta, Madan, James Woodward & Susan deSantis. 1986. An Introduction to the Bombay Variety of Indian Sign Language. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press (Gallaudet Research Institute Monograph, No. 4)

Vasishta, Madan, James Woodward & Susan deSantis. 1987. An Introduction to the Calcutta Variety of Indian Sign Language. Washington, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press (Gallaudet Research Institute Monograph, No. 4)

Vasishta, Madan, James Woodward & Susan DeSantis. 1987. “Indian Sign Language.” John V. van Cleve (ed.). Gallaudet Encyclopedia of Deaf People and Deafness. Vol. 3. S-Z, Index. New York et al.: McGraw-Hill Book Company. 79-81

Vasishta, Madan, James Woodward & Kirk L. Wilson. 1978. “Sign Language in India: Regional Variation within the Deaf Population.” Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics, IV/2:66-74

Victor, P. 1982. “Pre-school education and parent counselling for integration in India.” Herber Feuchte et al. (eds.). Proceedings of the International Congress on Education of the Deaf in Hamburg 1980. Vol. 2. Heidelberg: Groos. 152-66

Westphal, H. & Sigrid Westphal-Hellbusch. 1970. Sindhi (Westpakistan, Sindh) - Gebärdensprache. Göttingen: Institut für den Wissenschaftlichen Film (5 Minutes)

Woodward, James. 1993. “The Relationship of Sign Language Varieties in India, Pakistan, & Nepal.” Sign Language Studies, 78:15-22

Zeshan, Ulrike. 1996. “Aspects of Pakistan Sign Language.” Sign Language Studies, 92:253-96

Zeshan, Ulrike. 1997. “Sprache der Hände?” - Nichtmanuelle Phänomene und Nutzung des Raums in der Pakistanischen Gebärdensprache.” Das Zeichen, 11/39:90-105

Zeshan, Ulrike. 1999. “Functions of the index in IPSL.”(= Indo-Pakistan Sign Language) Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (TISLR6), Washington, D.C., Nov. 1998. Manuscript

Zeshan, Ulrike. 1999. Perspective and context in Indopakistan Sign Language Discourse. Paper presented at the 6th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference. Manuscript

Zeshan, Ulrike. in press. “Mouthing in Indopakistani Sign Language: Regularities and Variation.” To appear in Penny Boyes-Braem & Rachel Spence (eds.). The Hands are the Head of the Mouth. Hamburg, Germany: Signum

Zeshan, Ulrike. 2000. Sign Language in Indo-Pakistan. A Description of a Signed Language. Philadelphia / Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company

Zeshan, Ulrike. 2000. Gebärdensprachen des indischen Subkontinents. München: Lincom Europa (Linguistic Research Forum, 4)