I am a doctoral candidate in linguistics researching sign languages at the University of California San Diego. I am particularly interested in how young sign languages employ phonological and morphological resources to construct lexicons.

My dissertation work is an investigation of the phonological structure of Kenyan Sign Language, with the goal of understanding how its forms compare to other sign languages in the world.

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Hope E. Morgan

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Kenyan Sign LanguageKenyan_Sign_Language.html

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