Journal Aim and Scope:
The Deaf Studies Digital Journal (DSDJ) is a peer-reviewed, online journal dedicated to advancing the cultural, creative and critical work in and about signed languages and their communities. A multilingual publication, DSDJ features both signed and written languages, primarily, but not limited to, American Sign Language, International Sign Language and English. The Deaf Studies Digital Journal offers critical essays in Deaf Cultural Studies, original works of signed literature, visual art, film, video, interviews, reviews, historical sources, and community news. The contributions to this journal contribute to a body of critical and creative work in Deaf Studies while furthering innovative ways of publishing in the digital humanities.
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