Society for American Sign Language Journal


The Society for American Sign Language Journal (SASLJ) is the official refereed journal of the Society for American Sign Language. Published biannually, SASLJ provides a platform for researchers, scholars, administrators, developers, assessors, practitioners, and students to impart and share the knowledge that is socially conscious and sensitive toward American Sign Language. The journal comprises high-quality scholarly work, empirical and theoretical research papers, case and descriptive studies, literature reviews, and book and performance reviews that address the signed language and related fields.

Current Issue: Volume 6, Number 2 (2022) Deaf Women: Agents of Change

Front Matter

Editor's Note



A Tribute to Marie Jean Philip
MJ Bienvenu and Jessica Meehan


A Tribute to Nathie Lee Marbury
Niesha Washington-Shepard and Carolyn McCaskill


A Tribute to Barbara Marie Kannapell
MJ Bienvenu and Kathy Jankowski

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