Bisnath, F., Jaraisy, M., Lutzenberger, H., Omardeen, R. & Schembri, A. (2022). Deconstructing notions of morphological 'complexity'. Poster accepted for presentation at the Workshop on Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion in Language Evolution, Joint Conference on Language Evolution, Kanazawa, Japan.
Mudd, K., Lutzenberger, H., Schembri, A., Ohanan, O., & Stamp, R. (2022) The social structure of signing communities and lexical variation: a cross-linguistic study of three unrelated sign languages. Paper accepted for presentation at the 14th International Conference on Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research, Osaka, Japan.
Bisnath, F., Jaraisy, M., Lutzenberger, H., Omardeen, R. & Schembri, A. (2022). Deconstructing notions of morphological 'complexity': Lessons from signed and spoken languages. Paper accepted for presentation at the Workshop on Linguistic Diversity and Typology: Theory, Methods, and Ethics in Sign Language Typology at the 14th Conference of the Association for Linguistic Typology, Austin, Texas, USA.
Schembri, A. & Palfreyman (submitted). Sign languages. In Yoshiyuki, A., D'Arcy, A. & Kerswill, P. (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Variationist Sociolinguistics. New York/London: Routledge.
Palfreyman, N. & Schembri, A. (2022). Lumping and splitting: Sign language delineation and the ideologies of linguistic differentiation. Journal of Sociolinguistics 26 (1), 105-112.
Schembri, A., Fenlon, J., Cormier, K. & Johnston, T. (2018). Sociolinguistic typology and sign languages. Frontiers in Psychology 9, 200.