Publications

Journal articles and book chapters

Meir, I., Padden, C., Sandler, W. and M. Aronoff (to appear) Competing iconicities. Cognitive Linguistics.

Sandler, W., Meir, I., Padden, C. & M. Aronoff. (to appear) Language emergence: Al-Sayyid Bedouin Sign Language. N. Enfield, J. Sidnell & P. Kockelman (Eds.) Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Anthropology. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Aronoff, M. & Padden, C. (to appear) Sign language verb agreement and the ontology of morphosyntactic categories. Theoretical Linguistics.

Humphries, T., Kushalnagar, P., Mathur, G., Napoli, D.J., Padden, C., Rathmann, C., and Smith, S. (2012) Language acquisition for deaf children: Reducing the harms of zero tolerance to the use of alternative approaches. Harm Reduction Journal, 9:16 doi:10.1186/1477-7517-9-16

Goldin-Meadow, S., Shield, A., Lenzen, D., Herzig, M. & Padden, C. (2012) The gestures ASL signers use tell us when they are ready to learn math. Cognition, doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2012.02.006

Sandler, W., Meir, I., Dachkovsky, S., Padden, C., & Aronoff, M. (2011). The emergence of complexity in prosody and syntax. Lingua, 121, 2014-2033.

Sandler, W., Aronoff, M., Meir, I. and Padden, C. (2011) The gradual emergence of phonological form in a new language. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 29(2),503-543.

Al-Fityani, K., & Padden, C. (2010). Sign languages in the Arab world. In D. Brentari (Ed.), Sign languages: A Cambridge language survey (pp. 433-450). New York: Cambridge University Press.

Meir, I., Aronoff, M., Sandler, W., & Padden, C. (2010). Sign languages and compounding. In S. Scalise & I. Vogel (Eds.), Compounding (pp. 301-322). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Meir, I., Sandler, W., Padden, C., & Aronoff, M. (2010). Emerging sign languages. In M. Marschark & P. Spencer (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies, Language and Education (Vol. 2, pp. 267-280). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kushalnagar, P., Mathur, G., Moreland, C., Napoli, D.J., Osterling, W., Padden, C. & Rathmann, C. (2010) Infants and children with hearing loss need early language access. Journal of Clinical Ethics.

Padden, C. (2010) Sign language geography. In Mathur, G. & Napoli, D.J. (Eds.) Deaf Around the World. New York: Oxford University Press.

Al-Fityani, K. & Padden, C. (2010) Sign language geography in the Arab world. In D. Brentari (Ed.), Sign Languages: A Cambridge Survey. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Padden, C., Meir, I., Aronoff, M. and Sandler, W. (2010) The grammar of space in two new sign languages. In D. Brentari (Ed.), Sign Languages: A Cambridge Survey. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Padden, C., Meir, I., Sandler, W. and Aronoff, M. (2010) Against all expectations: Encoding subjects and objects in a new language. In D. Gerdts, J. Moore & M. Polinsky, (Eds.) Hypothesis A/Hypothesis B: Linguistic Explorations in Honor of David M. Perlmutter. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Aronoff, M., Meir, I., Padden, C., & Sandler, W. (2008). The roots of linguistic organization in a new language. Interaction Studies: A Special issue on Holophrasis vs. Compositionality in the Emergence of Protolanguage, 9(1), 131-150.

Meir, I., Padden, C., Aronoff, M. and Sandler, W. (2007) Body as subject. Journal of Linguistics 43, 531-563.

Padden, C. (2007)The decline of Deaf clubs in the US: A treatise on the problem of place. In D. Bauman (Ed.) Sightings: Explorations in Deaf Studies. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Padden, C. (2006) Afterword. In D. Bauman, H. Rose & J. Nelson (Eds.) Signing the Body Poetic: Essays in ASL Literature. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Padden, C. (2005) Talking culture: Deaf people and Disability Studies. Proceedings of the Modern Language Association, 120 (2).

Sandler, W. Meir, I., Padden, C. & Aronoff, M. (2005) The emergence of grammar: Systematic structure in a new language. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 102 (7), 2661-2665.

Aronoff, M., Meir, I., Padden, C. & W. Sandler (2004) Morphological universals and the sign language type. In G. Booj & J. van Marle (Eds.) Yearbook of Morphology. Dordrecht/Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Padden, C. (2004) Translating Veditz. In S. Burch (Ed.) Special Issue: George W. Veditz’s The Preservation of the Sign Language. Sign Language Studies, 4, 244-260.

Padden, C. & D. Clark (2003) How the alphabet came to be used in a sign language. Sign Language Studies, 4, 1:10-33.

Padden, C. (2003) The expansion of sign language education. In J. Bourne & E. Reid (Eds.) World Yearbook of Education, 2003. London: Kogan-Page.

Padden, C. (2002) How the alphabet came to be used in a sign language. In R. Schulmeister & H. Reinitzer (Eds.) Progress in Sign Language Research: In Honor of Sigmund Prillwitz/Fortschritte In Der Gebärdenspracheforschun:Festschrift für Siegmund Prillwitz. Hamburg, Germany: Signum Press.

French translation: Padden, C. (2005) Comment alphabet devint répresenté en langue des signes. In C. Transler, J. Leybaert & J-É. Gombert (Eds.) L’acquisition du langage par l’enfant sourd: Les signes, l’oral et l’écrit. Marseilles, France: Solal.

Padden, C. (2001) Modality issues in simultaneous sign language interpreting. In B. Moses-Mercer & D. Massaro (Eds.) Interpreting,5:2:169-185.

Padden, C., & Brentari, D. (2001). A lexicon with multiple origins: Native and foreign vocabulary in American Sign Language. In D. Brentari (Ed.), Foreign Vocabulary in Sign Languages: A Cross-Linguistic Investigation of Word Formation. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Padden, C. (2000) Deaf.  Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 9: 54-57.

Reprinted: Padden, C.  (2001)Deaf.  In A. Duranti (Ed.) Key Terms in Language and Culture. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.

Padden, C., & Hanson, V. (2000). Search for the missing link: The development of skilled reading in deaf children. In K. Emmorey & H. Lane (Eds.), The Signs of Language Revisited: An Anthology in Honor of Ursula Bellugi and Edward Klima. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Padden, C. (2000). Review of the book: S. Plann, A Silent Minority: Deaf Education in Spain, 1550-1835 . American Historical Review.

Padden, C., & Ramsey, C. (2000). American Sign Language and reading ability in deaf children. In C. Chamberlain, J. Morford, & R. Mayberry (Eds.), Language Acquisition by Eye (pp. 165-189). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

French translation: Padden, C. & Ramsey, C. (2005) La langue des signes Américaine (ASL) et l’aptitude des enfants sourds à la lecture. In C. Transler, J. Leybaert & J-É. Gombert (Eds.) L’acquisition du langage par l’enfant sourd: Les signes, l’oral et l’écrit. Marseilles, France: Solal.

Padden, C. (1999). Review of the book: D. Baynton, Forbidden Signs: American Culture and the Campaign Against American Sign Language. Language, 75, 120-123.

Stein, M., Barnett, S., Padden, C., Oppenheim, W., Sedberry, D., Howard, B., Shapiro, H., & Gahagan, S. (1999). Parental request to withhold a hearing test in a newborn of deaf parents. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 20, 177-180.

Reprinted (2001):  Stein, M., Barnett, S., Padden, C., Oppenheim, W., Sedberry, D., Howard, B., Shapiro, H., & Gahagan, S. Parental request to withhold a hearing test in a newborn of deaf parents. Pediatrics.

Padden, C., & Ramsey, C. (1998). Reading ability in signing deaf children. Topics in Language Disorders, 18, 30-46.

Padden, C. (1998). The ASL Lexicon. Sign Language and Linguistics, 1, 39-60.

Ramsey, C., & Padden, C. (1998). Natives and newcomers: Gaining access to literacy in a classroom for deaf children. Anthropology and Education Quarterly, 29, 5-24.

Padden, C. (1997). Review of the books: S. Gregory, Deaf Children and their Families; S. Gregory, J. Bishop & L. Sheldon, Deaf Young People and their Families. Mind, Culture and Activity, 4, 142-145.

Padden, C. (1996). From the cultural to the bicultural: The modern Deaf community. In I. Parasnis (Ed.), Cultural and Language Diversity: Reflections on the Deaf Experience (pp. 79-98). Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

Padden, C. (1996). Early bilingual lives of deaf children. In I. Parasnis (Ed.), Cultural and Language Diversity: Reflections on the Deaf Experience (pp. 99-116). Cambridge, MA: Cambridge University Press.

Padden, C. (1993). Lessons to be learned from young deaf orthographers. Linguistics and Education, 5, 71-86.

Bakhurst, D., & Padden, C. (1991). The Mescheryakov experiment: Soviet work on the education of blind-deaf children. Learning and Instruction, 1, 201-215.

Padden, C. (1991). The acquisition of fingerspelling in deaf children. In P. Siple & S. Fischer (Eds.), Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research, Psychology . Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Padden, C. (1990).Folk explanation in language survival. In D. Middleton (Ed.), Collective Remembering (pp. 190-202). Los Angeles, CA: Sage.

Reprinted: Padden, C. (2001) Folk explanation in language survival. In L. Bragg (Ed.) Deaf World: A Historical Reader and Primary Sourcebook. New York: New York University Press.

Padden, C. (1990). The relation between space and grammar in ASL morphology. In C. Lucas (Ed.), Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research . Washington, DC: Gallaudet University Press.

Hanson, V., & Padden, C. (1990). Bilingual ASL/English instruction of deaf children. In D. Nix & R. Spiro (Eds.), Cognition, Education, and Multimedia: Exploring Ideas in HIgh-Technology (pp. 49-63). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Padden, C., & Perlmutter, D. (1987). American Sign Language and the architecture of phonological theory. Natural Language and Linguistic Theory, 5, 335-375.

Padden, C., & LeMaster, B. (1985). An alphabet on hand: The acquisition of fingerspelling in deaf children. Sign Language Studies, 47, 161-172.

Padden, C. (1986). Verbs and Role-shifting in ASL. In C. Padden (Ed.) Proceedings of the 4th National Symposium on Signing Research and Teaching. Las Vegas, Nevada. Washington, DC: The National Association of the Deaf.