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Dr Gabrielle Hodge (BA Hons, PhD) is a deaf researcher and writer. She is a trained linguist with fifteen years experience researching and teaching in Australia and the United Kingdom. Gabrielle specialises in research relating to deaf people, sign languages and communication.



Education/Academic qualification

Linguistics, Doctor in Philosophy, Patterns from a signed language corpus: Clause-like units in Auslan, Macquarie University


Linguistics, Bachelor of Arts, Variation in Australian sign language: Case studies of the expression of time in contemporary Auslan, La Trobe University


College Research Themes

  • Work and Economy
  • Future Cities
  • Governance and Democracy
  • Identities and Inequalities
  • Cultural Heritage
  • Childhood and Youth


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