In this photo Ronice Muller de Quadros is the interpreter, to the right. Ronice is a native signer, born from Deaf parents. She is studying linguistics at PUCRS, interested in the syntatical aspects of sign language. Her M.Sc. dissertation dealt with "empty syntactical categories" in Brazilian Sign Language. Her Ph.D. thesis will further that study.

Antônio Carlos da Rocha Costa
Escola de Informática,
ESIN/UCPEL
Universidade Católica de Pelotas
R. Félix da Cunha, 412
96010-000 Pelotas, RS, Brasil
fax: (0532) 25-3105

rocha@ATLAS.UCPEL.TCHE.BR
http://gmc.ucpel.tche.br

Children's Story Written In Brazilian Sign Language
Uma Menina Chamada Kauana
by Marianne Stumpf
stumpf@qbnet.com.br


History of SignWriting in Brazilian Portuguese
Um capítulo da história do SignWriting
by Ronice Müller de Quadros


SIGN DIC

a bilingual dictionary program
between signed and spoken languages
by Daniela Remião de Macedo