The Right of the Deaf Child to Grow Up Bilingual

The ASL & Deaf Studies department, in collaboration with François Grosjean, Professor Emeritus, of Neuchâtel University, Switzerland, presents translated versions of the article: "The Right of the Deaf Child to Grow Up Bilingual" in three sign languages.

Introduction (by Wanda Riddle)

American Sign Language Version (Translated by Wanda Riddle)

British Sign Language Version (Translated by Ramon Woolfe)

Italian Sign Language Version (Translated by Tiziana Gulli)

Thanks to François Grosjean for his input and involvement, and to the coordinator of this project, Wanda Riddle, and the translators, Ramon Woolfe and Tiziana Gulli, for making this possible. Special thanks to DSDJ (Deaf Studies Digital Journal) for technical support. This project was funded in part by The Parthenon Trust and the Elysium Foundation.

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