• Klomp, U. M. Oomen & R. Pfau. Accepted. Negation in Sign Language of the Netherlands. To appear in Veselinova, L. & M. Miestamo (eds.), Negation in the languages of the world. Berlin: Language Science Press. 
  • Oomen, M. & U. Klomp. Accepted. Dutch Sign Language, Part 5 Syntax. To appear in Hosemann, J. & M. Steinbach (eds.), The Atlas of Sign Language Structure. SIGN-HUB.
  • Kimmelman, V., C. Tijsseling & U. Klomp. Accepted. Dutch Sign Language, Part 1 Socio-historical Background. To appear in Hosemann, J. & M. Steinbach (eds.), The Atlas of Sign Language Structure. SIGN-HUB.
  • Klomp, U. 2022. Een descriptieve grammatica van de Nederlandse Gebarentaal. Wat kan je met zo’n grammatica? Van Horen Zeggen. https://vhz-online.nl/een-descriptieve-grammatica-van-de-nederlandse-gebarentaal 
  • Klomp, U. 2021. A descriptive grammar of Sign Language of the Netherlands [Dissertation Abstract]. Sign Language & Linguistics. Available online. https://doi.org/10.1075/sll.00064.klo
  • Klomp, U. 2021. A descriptive grammar of Sign Language of the Netherlands. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam PhD dissertation. Amsterdam: LOT. [pdf]
  • Klomp, U. 2019. Conditional clauses in Sign Language of the Netherlands: A corpus-based study. Sign Language Studies 19(3), p. 309-347. [link] or [post print]
  • Kimmelman, V., U. Klomp & M. Oomen. 2018. Where methods meet: Combining corpus data and elicitation in sign language research. In Bono, M., E. Efthimiou, S-E. Fotinea, T. Hanke, J. Hochgesang, J. Kristoffersen, J. Mesch, … Y. Osugi (Eds.), Proceedings of the 8th Workshop on the representation and processing of sign languages: Involving the language community (part of LREC 2018), p. 95-100. Paris: European Language Resources Association. [pdf]
  • Klomp, U. 2018. Starting to make sense: Further developing a nonsense sign repetition task. FEAST 2: 103-115. https://doi.org/10.31009/FEAST.i2.09
 
 

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Upcoming

  • Heppe, E., U. Klomp, M. Bak, T. van Nunen & S. Damen. How do we define deafblindness in the Netherlands? Development of a Dutch functional definition of deafblindness. 1st Deafblind International Africa Conference. May 12-14, Nairobi (Kenya) & Online.

2021

  • Van Boven, C. & U. Klomp. 2021. Plural reduplication and spatial distribution in Sign Language of the Netherlands: Evidence from corpus and elicited data. Morphology Days in the Low Countries. April 22-23, Online.

2020

  • Klomp, U. 2020. Why sign language isn’t universal. NerdNite, February 14, Amsterdam (the Netherlands).

2019

  • Oomen, M., R. Pfau & U. Klomp. 2019. On the nature of neg-raising in Sign Language of the Netherlands. Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research 13, September 26-28, Hamburg (Germany).
  • Klomp, U. 2019. What has COME become? A corpus-based study into its grammatical functions in NGT. TISLR 13, September 26-28, Hamburg (Germany). [see poster]
  • Klomp, U., M. Oomen & R. Pfau. 2019. Headshake patterns in neg-raising sentences in Sign Language of the Netherlands. SignNonman2, May 3-4, Graz (Austria). 

2018

  • Klomp, U. 2018. Conditionals in NGT: A corpus-based study. Invited speaker at the Sign Pop-Up series. November 27, Nijmegen (the Netherlands).
  • Klomp, U., M. Oomen & R. Pfau. 2018. Typological aspects of negation in Sign Language of the Netherlands: Negative particles, negative modals and neg-raising. Syntax of the World’s Languages 8, September 3-5, Paris (France).
  • Klomp, U. 2018. Starting to make sense: Further developing a nonsense sign repetition task.
    FEAST 7, June 18-20, Venice (Italy). [see poster]
  • Kimmelman, V., U. Klomp & M. Oomen. 2018. Where methods meet: Combining corpus data and elicitation in sign language research. 8th Workshop on the representation and processing of sign languages: Involving the language community. LREC 11, May 12, Miyazaki (Japan). [see poster]

2017

  • Klomp, U. 2017. Gebarentaalonderzoek in Nederland. Presentatie ter ere van diploma-uitreikingen. 19 December, Stichting Welzijn Doven Amsterdam (Nederland).
  • Klomp, U. 2017. Conditionals in NGT: A corpus study. Corpus-based approaches to sign language linguistics: Into the second decade. CL2017 pre-conference workshop. July 24, Birmingham (UK).