Adamorobe Sign Language Corpus
The Adamorobe Sign Language Corpus is a Corpus of Adamorobe Sign Language from the village of Adamorobe in Ghana containing recordings from approximately 20 signers. The filming took place between 2000 and 2004 and was done by Victoria Nyst.
The recordings include spontaneous narratives, personal stories and stories about the history of Adamorobe, elicited data, retellings of cartoons and picture stories.
|Language||Adamorobe Sign Language|
|Size||36 hours recorded, 39 tapes, 180 clips, 27 elan transcripts|
|Participants||20 participants (approximate)|
|Translation||English and Twi, 27 transcripts translated|
Project page: http://www.africansignlanguages.org/downloads/adamorobe-sign-language-corpus/
|Institution||Leiden University, Centre for Linguistics, Netherlands|
Articles mentioned above
- Annelies Maria Jozef Kusters (2011). ""Since time immemorial until the end of days": an ethnographic study of the production of deaf space in Adamorobe, Ghana". Doctoral Thesis.
- Victoria Nyst (2007). "A descriptive analysis of Adamorobe Sign Language (Ghana)". 244 pp. ISBN: 978-90-78328-22-3.
This entry was last modified on 6 January 2023.