Irish Sign Language (ISL)

Irish Sign Language (ISL), which is different from North Irish Sign Language (NISL), is descended from LSF (French Sign Language). Whereas, NISL is a dialect of British Sign Language.

Resources / Related readings

Janzen, Terry. Topics in Signed Language Interpreting. "Vying with variation: Interpreting language contact, gender variation and generational difference" by Lorraine Leeson. Pp 251-292. Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Company.

Related posts: North Ireland Sign Language.

Also see: British Sign Language (BSL) and British Sign Language.

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