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Donna Jo Napoli, Professor of Linguistics

Swarthmore College
500 College Avenue
Swarthmore, PA 19081
610-328-8422
dnapoli1 AT swarthmore.edu

 

 


 

 

I haven't met an area of linguistics yet that doesn't facinate me. Right now I'm working on sign languages and cognitive issues that arise from their linguistic analysis, but I'm equally engaged in developing materials to help deaf children in North America and Italy learn to read.


 

For bilingual ebooks (ASL-English) produced in collaboration of students at Gallaudet University and Swarthmore College under the guidance of Gene Mirus and Donna Jo, go to:

The Tale of Jemima Puddle Duck

The Night Before Christmas

Rocky the Cat Who Barks

Humpty Dumpty

 

Teaching:

Fall 2014
First Year Seminar: Language and Deafness (Ling 006)
Syntax (Ling 050)
Community-Service Credit: Literacy and
Hard-of-Hearing or Deaf People (Ling 095)

 


Links:

Recent Publications
Writer Website
Curriculum Vitae
Downloadable Publications

 
Last updated August 15, 2013