Russell RosenWorld Languages and Literatures
Russell Scott Rosen holds a Bachelor’s in Anthropology from the University of Chicago and a PhD in Education from Columbia University. He was the Coordinator of the Program in the Teaching of American Sign Language as a Foreign Language, at Teachers College, Columbia University. His research interests are in the anthropology and history of deaf people and their community and culture, psycholinguistics, linguistics, and applied linguistics of American Sign Language, and second language acquisition, instruction, curriculum, and assessment, and the philosophy of disability. He has published works and referred submissions in journals such as The Modern Language Journal, Disability and Society, Sign Language Studies, Senses and Society, Disability Studies Quarterly, and Sign Language and Linguistics.