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Publications by Adam Kendon

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Adam Kendon (b. London 1934) was educated at Cambridge University (biology and experimental psychology), and at Oxford University (D. Phil., 1963. Thesis topic: communication conduct in face-to-face interaction). Kendon's interests include the study of communication conduct in face-to-face interaction and the study of gesture and sign languages and how these relate to spoken language. He has received research funds from the National Science Foundation, Washington, D. C. (twice), the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research of New York (three awards), and has been a recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship. Kendon has held research posts at Oxford University, University of Pittsburgh, Bronx State Hospital, New York, The Australian National University, the Australian Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Straits Islander Studies, Indiana University and the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in Nijmegen. He has held teaching appointments at the University of Oxford, Cornell University, Connecticut College, the University of Pennsylvania, Istituto Universitario Orientale, Naples, the University of Salerno and the University of Calabria. He is co-editor (with Cornelia Mueller) of the journal GESTURE, published since 2001 by John Benjamins of Amsterdam.

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Publications by Adam Kendon

BOOKS AS AUTHOR

(List revised: August 2013)

1. Kendon, A. Studies in the Behavior of Face-to-Face Interaction. pp.viii + 260. Lisse, Netherlands: Peter De Ridder Press, 1977, (= Vol.6, Studies in Semiotics. Research Center for Language and Semiotic Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana).
[Includes 5 previously published published papers, one paper not published elsewhere and a methodological appendix].

2. Kendon, A. Sign Languages of Aboriginal Australia: Cultural, Semiotic and Communicative Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1988. Pp. xviii+ 542.
[Presents the results of the research on Australian Aboriginal sign languages that the author began in 1978. The book was awarded the 1990 Stanner Prize, a biennial award given by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Straits Islander Studies, Canberra, Australia. Reviews include: Times Literary Supplement, August 25-31 1989; American Anthropologist 1990, 92: 250-251; Language in Society, 1991, 20: 652-659; Canadian Journal of Linguistics, 1990, 35(1): 85-86]

3. Kendon, A. Conducting Interaction: Patterns of Behavior in Focused Encounters. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990. A volume in the series Studies in Interactional Sociolinguistics, John Gumperz, series editor. [Digital reprint available from CUP from 2009]
[Includes five papers that appeared in Studies (No. 1, above), one theoretical paper previously published in 1985 and a specially written Chapter on the history of structural studies of interaction. For reviews see American Anthropologist1992, 94: 705-706; Contemporary Psychology, 1992, 37: 30-31].

4. Kendon, A. 2004. Gesture: Visible Action as Utterance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004. Pp. x+400.
[Chapters 1-6 of this book introduce the field and provide a survey of the history of the study of gesture from antiquity to 2003 and a survey of gesture classifications. Chapters 7-13 offer detailed studies of how speakers use gesture in everyday conversation. Representational, deictic and pragmatic gestures are extensively discussed and illustrated. Chapters 14-15 deal with gesture when used in the absence of speech and discuss the relationship between gesture and sign language. Chapter 16 discusses gesture, culture and the communication economy. Chapter 17 presents a concluding evaluation of the status of gesture. There are numerous illustrations and a full bibliography].

BOOKS TRANSLATED

5. Kendon, A. 2000. Gesture in Naples and Gesture in Classical Antiquity. An English translation, with an Introductory Essay and Notes of La mimica degli antichi investigata nel gestire Napoletano ('Gestural expression of the ancients in the light of Neapolitan gesturing') by Andrea de Jorio (1832). Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. Pp. cvii+517.

BOOKS AS EDITOR

6. Kendon, A., Harris, R.M., Key, Mary R., eds., The Organization of Behavior in Face to Face Interaction. [= Papers from a Pre-Congress Conference held in conjunction with the IXth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnographic Sciences, Chicago, 1973]. The Hague: Mouton and Co., 1975 (= Volume in World Anthropology, Proceedings of IXth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnographic Sciences, Chicago, 1973).
[Includes an introduction by Kendon].

7. Kendon, A., editor, Nonverbal Communication, Interaction and Gesture: Selections from Semiotica(Vol.41, Approaches to Semiotics). The Hague: Mouton and Co. 1981
[Includes as an Introduction by Kendon an extended critical survey of methodological and theoretical issues in the field].

PUBLICATIONS IN JOURNALS AND EDITED VOLUMES

8. Roberts, J.M., Sutton-Smith, D., Kendon, A., Strategy in games and folktales. Journal of Social Psychology, 1963, 61:185-199.

9. Kendon, A. Some functions of gaze direction in social interaction. Acta Psychologica, 26:22-63, 1967.
[Reprinted in Kendon, 1977 and Kendon, Conducting Interaction1990; also in: M. Argyle, ed. Social Encounters: Readings in Social InteractionChicago: Aldine Publishing Company 1973 and in Social Psychology: Supplementary Readings, produced by National University Consortium for Telecommunications in Teaching, Lexington, Mass.: Ginn Custom Publishing 1981)]. (Listed as a Citation Classic in Current Contents: Social and Behavioral Sciences 1981 13(44) p.24]

10. Argyle, M. and Kendon, A. The experimental analysis of the social performance. In Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, Vol.III. L. Berkowitz, editor. New York:Academic Press, 1967, pp.55-98.
[Reprinted in J. Laver and S. Hutchinson, eds. Communication in Face to Face Interaction. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books (= Penguin Modern Linguistics Readings)].

11. Kendon, A. and Cook, M. Consistency of gaze patterns in social interaction. British Journal of Psychology, 1969, 60: 481-494..

12. Kendon, A. Movement coordination in social interaction. Acta Psychologica, 1970, 32:1-25.
[Reprinted with corrections in S. Weitz, ed. Nonverbal Communication: Readings with Commentary. New York: Oxford University Press 1974 (First Edition) 1979 (Second Edition). Reprinted in Kendon, 1977 and Kendon, Conducting Interaction1990].

13. Scheflen, A.E., Kendon, A., and Schaeffer, J.A. A comparison of videotape and moving picture film in research in human communication. In Videotape Techniques in Psychiatric Training and Treatment, Milton M. Berger, editor. New York: R. Brunner, Inc., 1970.

14. Kendon, A. Some relationships between body motion and speech. In A. Seigman and B. Pope, editors, Studies in Dyadic Communication. Elmsford, New York: Pergamon Press, 1972, pp.177-216.

15. Kendon, A. How people interact. In The Book of Family Therapy. A. Ferber, M. Mendelsohn, and A. Napier, editors.New York: Science House, 1972, pp.351-386.

16. Kendon, A. Review of Kinesics and Context by R.L.Birdwhistell, American Journal of Psychology, 85:441-456, 1972.
[Reprinted in Kendon 1977]

17. Kendon, A. and Ferber, A. A description of some human greetings. In R.P. Michael and J.H. Crook, eds., Comparative Behaviour and Ecology of Primates. London: Academic Press, 1973, pp.591-668.
[Reprinted in Kendon, 1977 and in Kendon, Conducting Interaction 1990].

18. Kendon, A. The role of visible behaviour in the organization of social interaction. In M. Von Cranach and I. Vine, editors, Social Communication and Movement: Studies of Interaction and Expression in Man and Chimpanzee. London: Academic Press,1973, pp.29-74.
German translation (published in 1984): "Die Rolle sichtbaren Verhaltens in der Organisation sozialer Interaktion." In Nonverbale Kommunikation: Forschungsberichte zum Interaktionsverhalten. Klaus Scherer, Harald G. Walbott (Hgg.), 2. Aufl., Weinheim: Beltz, S 202-235.

19. Kendon, A. Commentary on "Appearances, Words, and Signs" by Wm. C. Stokoe Jr., in R.W. Wescott, G.W. Hewes, and W.C.Stokoe Jr., eds, Language Origins. Silver Springs, Maryland: Linstok Press, 1974.

20. Kendon, A. The behavior of communication: a review of How Behavior Means and Body Language and the Social Order by A.E. Scheflen. Contemporary Psychology, 1974 19: 526-527.

21. Kendon, A. Introduction. In A. Kendon, R.M. Harris, and M.R.Key, editors, The Organization of Behavior in Face to Face Interaction, The Hague: Mouton and Co. (= Volume in World Anthropology, Proceedings of IXth International Congress ofAnthropological and Ethnographic Sciences, Chicago, 1973), 1975, pp.1-16.

22. Kendon, A. The F-Formation System: Spatial-Orientational Relations in Face to Face Interaction. Man Environment Systems1976, 6: 291-296 [A much expanded version of this paper appears in Kendon, 1977 and is reprinted in Kendon, Conducting Interaction1990].

23. Kendon, A. Some functions of the face in a kissing round. Semiotica1975 15, 299-334.
[Reprinted in Kendon, 1977; Kendon, ed., 1981 and in Kendon, Conducting Interaction 1990]

24. Kendon, A. Gesticulation, speech and the gesture theory of language origins. Sign Language Studies, 1975, 9, pp.349-373.
[Reprinted in a revised form in W. Stokoe, ed. Sign and Culture: A Reader for Students of American Sign Language. Silver Spring, Maryland: Linstok Press 1980].

25. Kendon, A. Differential perception and attentional frame in face-to-face interaction: Two problems for investigation. Semiotica, 1978, 24: 305-315.

26. Kendon, A. Developments in the study of face-to-face interaction. Sociolinguistics Newsletter, 1978, 9: 19-23.

27. Kendon, A. Looking in conversation and the regulation of turns at talk: a comment on the papers of G. Beattie and D.R. Rutter, et al. British Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 1978 17, pp.23-24.

28. Kendon, A. Two-person conversation: A Review of Face-to-Face Interaction by S. Duncan and D. Fiske. Contemporary Psychology, 1978.

29. Kendon, A. Some theoretical and methodological aspects of the use of film in the study of social interaction. In G.P.Ginsburg, ed., Emerging Strategies in Social Psychological Research. London and New York: John Wiley. 1979, pp.67-91.

30. Kendon, A. Some emerging features of face-to-face interaction studies. Sign Language Studies,1979, 22: 7-22.

31. Kendon, A. Gesture and speech: two aspects of the process of utterance. In M.R. Key, ed., Nonverbal Communication and Language, The Hague: Mouton, 1980, pp.207-227.

32. Kendon, A. A description of a deaf-mute sign language from the Enga Province of Papua New Guinea with some comparative discussion. Part I: The formational properties of Enga signs. Semiotica, 1980 32,1-34.

33. Kendon, A. A description of a deaf-mute sign language, etc. Part II: The semiotic functioning of Enga signs. Semiotica,1980 32, 81-117.

34. Kendon, A. A description of a deaf-mute sign language, etc. Part III: Aspects of utterance construction. Semiotica,1980 32, 245-313.

35. Kendon, A. The sign language of the women of Yuendumu: A preliminary report on the structure of Warlpiri sign language. Sign Language Studies,1980 27,101-112.

36. Ciolek, T.M. and Kendon, A. Environment and the spatial arrangement of conversational interaction. Sociological Inquiry 1980 50,237-271. Special issue on Language and Social Interaction edited by D. Zimmerman and C. West.

37. Kendon, A. Features of the structural analysis of human communicational behavior. In Walburga von Raffler Engel, ed., Aspects of Nonverbal Communication. Lisse, Holland: Swets and Zeitlinger B.V. 1980, pp.

38. Kendon, A. The organization of behavior in face-to-face interaction: Observations on the development of a methodology. In P. Ekman and K. Scherer, eds. Handbook of Research Methods in Nonverbal Behavior, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1981, pp. 440-505.

39. Kendon, A. Introduction: Current issues in "nonverbal communication". In A. Kendon, ed., Nonverbal Communication, Interaction and Gesture: Selections from Semiotica(Vol.41, Approaches to Semiotics). The Hague: Mouton and Co. 1981 pp.1-53.

40. Kendon, A. Geography of gesture. Semiotica1981 37: 129-163.

41. Kendon, A. Clouds, Camels, Chalk and Cheese. Semiotica,1981, 36: 365-380.

42. Kendon, A. A firework for the Semiotics of human action: a review of Manwatching by Desmond Morris. Semiotica,1981 29 184-192.

43. Kendon, A. The study of gesture: some observations on its history. Recherches Semiotique/Semiotic Inquiry 1982, 2 (1) 25-62.

44. Kendon, A. Coordination and framing in face-to-face interaction. In M. Davis, ed., Interaction Rhythms New York: Human Sciences Press 1982, pp.351-363.

45. Kendon, A. Gesture and Speech: How they interact. In Wiemann and R. Harrison, eds. Nonverbal Interaction (= Sage Annual Reviews of Communication, Volume 11), Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications 1983, pp.13-46.

46. Kendon, A. Gesture. Journal of Visual Verbal Languaging 1983 21-36.
[This paper originally presented to Connecticut College as a lecture in the De Litteris series. An excerpt appears in Connecticut College Alumni Magazine 1982 59 12-15. It was selected, along with one other lecture, to represent ten years of De Litteris lectures].

47. Kendon, A. Did gesture have the happiness to escape the curse at the confusion of Babel? In Aaron Wolfgang, ed., Nonverbal Behavior: Perspectives, Applications, Intercultural Insights. Lewiston, New York and Toronto: C.J. Hogrefe, Inc., 1984 pp.75-114.

48. Kendon, A. Some uses of gesture. In Deborah Tannen and Muriel Saville-Troike, eds. Perspectives on Silence. Norwood, N. J.: Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1985, pp.215-234.

49. Kendon, A. Iconicity in Warlpiri sign language. In P. Bouissac, M. Herzfeld and R. Posner, eds., Iconicity: Essays on the Nature of Culture. Festschrift for Thomas A. Sebeok on his 65th Birthday, Tubingen: Stauffenburg Verlag, 1986, pp. 437-446.

50. Kendon, A. Knowledge of sign language in an Australian Aboriginal community. Journal of Anthropological Research.1984 40,556-576.

51. Kendon, A. Review of Language in Sign, J. Kyle and B. Woll, eds. Australian Journal of Linguistics 1984 123-127.

52. Kendon, A. Variation in Central Australian Aboriginal Sign language: A preliminary report. Language in Central Australia 1985,1(4):1-11.

53. Kendon, A. Behavioral foundations for the process of frame attunement in face-to-face interaction. In G.P. Ginsburg, M. Brenner, and M. von Cranach eds. Discovery Strategies in the Psychology of Action. London: Academic Press. 1985, p.229-253.
[Reprinted in Kendon, Conducting Interaction 1990]

54. Kendon, A. Nonverbal communication. In T.A.Sebeok, General Editor. Encyclopedic Dictionary of Semiotics, Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter 1986, Volume II (N-Z), Pp. 609-622.

55. Kendon, A. Some reasons for studying gesture. Semiotica, 1986, 62: 1-28 (= Special Issue of Semiotica "Approaches to Gesture", A. Kendon and Thomas D. Blakely, Guest Editors)

56. Kendon, A. Current issues in the study of gesture. In J-L. Nespoulous, P. Perron and A.R. Lecours, eds. Biological Foundations of Gesture Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, Associates, 1986, pp. 23-47.
[Reprinted in Journal for the Anthropological Study of Human Movement, 1989, 5 (3): 101-134].

57. Kendon, A. Simultaneous Speaking and Signing in Warlpiri Sign language Users. Multilingua 1987, 6: 25-68.

58. Kendon, A. On Gesture: Its complementary relationship with speech. In A. Seigman and S. Feldstein, eds. Nonverbal Communication. Hillsdale, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, Associates. 1987, pp. 65 - 97.

59. Kendon, A. Review of Five Fingers for Survival by William Washabaugh. Nieuwe West- Indische Gids - New West Indian Guide. 1987.

60. Kendon, A. Parallels and divergencies between Warlpiri sign language and spoken Warlpiri: analyses of signed and spoken discourses. Oceania, 1988, 58: 239-254.

61. Kendon, A. Erving Goffman's approach to the study of face-to-face interaction. In A. Wootton and P. Drew, eds., Erving Goffman: Exploring the Interaction Order. Cambridge: Polity Press, 1988, pp. 14-40.

62. Kendon, A. How gestures can become like words. In F. Poyatos, ed., Crosscultural Perspectives in Nonverbal Communication. Toronto: C. J. Hogrefe, Publishers, 1988, pp. 131-141.

63. Kendon, A. Sociality, social interaction and sign language in Aboriginal Australia. In Brenda Farnell, ed. Human Action Signs in Cultural Context: The Visible and the Invisible in Movement and Dance. Metuchen, NJ and London: The Scarecrow Press, pp. 112-123.

64. Kendon, A. 'Gesture', 'Kinesics', 'Sign Language: Introduction', 'Alternate Sign Languages', 'Nonverbal Communication.' Contributions to The International Encyclopedia of Communcations. Eric Barnow, ed. Philadelphia and New York: Annenberg School of Communications and Oxford University Press, 1989.

65. Kendon, A. Some context for context analysis: a view of the origins of structural studies of face-to-face interaction. In A. Kendon Conducting Interaction. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990, pp.

66. Kendon, A. Signs in the cloister and elsewhere. Semiotica, 1990, 79, pp. 307-329.
A critical essay review of Monastic Sign Languages, J. Umiker-Sebeok and T. A. Sebeok, eds., Mouton De Gruyter, 1987].

67. Kendon, A. Gesticulation, quotable gestures and signs. In M. Moerman and M. Nomura, eds., Culture Embodied. Senri Ethnological Studies , No. 27. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnography. 1990, pp. 53-77.

68. Kendon, A. Some considerations for a theory of language origins. Man (N. S.) 1991, 26: 602-619.

69. Kendon, A. Review of "Language" and intelligence in monkeys and apes. Sue Parker and Kathleen Gibson, eds. Cambridge: Cambridge Univeristy Press, 1990. Man (N.S.) 1991

70. Kendon, A. Sign languages in cross-cultural perspective. Contribution to the Oxford International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, W. Bright, ed. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press. 1991.

71. Kendon, A. Review of Cross-Cultural Pragmatics: The Semantics of Human Interaction by Anna Wierzbicka. Mouton De Gruyter 1991. Word. 1994, 45: 98-101.

72. Kendon, A. Abstraction in gesture. Semiotica, 1992, 90 (3/4): 225-250.

73. Kendon, A. Some recent work from Italy on quotable gestures ('emblems'). Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 1992, Vol. 2 (1), pp. 77-93.

74. Kendon, A. The negotiation of context in face-to-face interaction. In Alessandro Duranti and Charles Goodwin, eds., Rethinking Context: Language as an interactive phenomenon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1992, pp. 323-334.

75. Kendon, A. Review of Sue Parker and Kathleen Gibson ‘Language’ and Intelligence in Monkeys and Apes. Man (N.S.), 1992, 27(1): 189-190.

76. Kendon, A. Space, time and gesture. Degrès, 1993. Vignt et unième anné, No. 74,b, 3-16.

77. Kendon, A. Human gesture. In T. Ingold and K. R. Gibson, eds., Tools, Language and Cognition. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993, pp. 43-62.

78. Kendon, A. Kinesics. Contribution to R. E. Asher and J. M. Y. Simpson, eds., The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Vol. 4:1845-1848. Oxford: Pergamon Press (a Division of Elsevier Science), 1993.

79. Kendon, A. Alternate sign languages. Contribution to R. E. Asher and J. M. Y. Simpson, eds., The Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics, Vol. 1:85-89. Oxford: Pergamon Press (a Division of Elsevier Science), 1993.

80. Kendon, A. Review of A Cultural History of Gesture. Jan Bremmer and Herman Roodenberg, eds. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press, 1992. American Anthropologist, 1993, 95: 458-459

81. Kendon, A. Review of Dane Archer's film “A World of Gestures”. American Anthropologist, 1993, 95: 520-521.

82. Kendon, A. Do gestures communicate? A review. Research on Language and Social Interaction, 1994, 27 (3): 175-200.

83. Kendon, A. Faces, gestures, synchrony .... Review of Fundamentals of Nonverbal Behavior. Robert S. Feldman and Bernard Rimè, editors. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991. Semiotica., 1994, 102 (3/4): 311-322.

84. Kendon, A. Comment on "Signs of the origin of syntax" by D. F. Armstrong, W. C. Stokoe and S. E. Wilcox. Current Anthropology, 1994, 35: 361-362.

85. Kendon, A. Review of Language in its Cultural Embedding by Harald Haarmann. Canberra Anthropology, 1994, 17(2): 147-149.

86. Kendon, A. Gestures as illocutionary and discourse structure markers in Southern Italian conversation. Journal of Pragmatics, 1995, 23 (3): 247-279.

87. Kendon, A. Andrea de Jorio - the first ethnographer of gesture? Visual Anthropology, 1995, 7: 375-394

88. Kendon, A. Review of Sue Savage Rumbaugh, et al. Language Comprehension in Ape and Child. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (formerly Man), 1995, 1(1): 203-204

89. Kendon, A. Reflections on the study of gesture. Visual Anthropology, 1996, 8: 121-131.

90. Kendon, A. Gesture in language acquisition. Multilingua. 1996, 15: 201-214

91. Kendon, A. and Sigman, S. J. Ray L. Birdwhistell 1918 - 1994. Semiotica. 1996, 112 (3/4), 231-261.

92. Kendon, A. Cues of context. [=Review of Peter Auer and Aldo di Luzzo (eds). Contextualization of Language.] Semiotica, 1996, 109: 349-356.

93. Kendon, A. An agenda for gesture studies. The Semiotic Review of Books, 1996, 7.3: 7-12.

94. Kendon, A. (1997). Alcuni modi di usare i gesti nella conversazione. In M. Carapezza, D. Gambararra and F. Lo Piparo, eds. Linguaggio e cognizione. Atti del XXVIII Congresso della Societą di Linguistica Italiana, Palermo 27-29 ottobre 1994. Roma, Bulzoni, pp. 215-223.

95. Kendon, A. Gesture. Annual Review of Anthropology, 1997, 26: 109-128

96. Kendon, A. Review of Gesture and the Nature of Language by D. F. Armstrong, W. C. Stokoe and S. E. Wilcox (Cambridge University Press 1995). Language in Society, 1997, 26: 297-317.

97. Kendon, A. Review of Brenda Farnell Do You See What I Mean? Plains Indian Sign Talk and the Embodiment of Action. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 1997, 3 (3): 618-619.

98. Kendon, A. Die wechselseitige Einbettung von Geste und Rede. In Caroline Schmauser and Thomas Knoll, eds. Körperbewegungen und ihre Bedeutungen. Berlin: Arno Spitz GmbH, 1998, pp. 9-19.

99. Kendon, A. 2000. Language and Gesture: Unity or Duality. In D. McNeill, ed. Language and Gesture: Window into Thought and Action. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 47-63

100. Kendon, A. Gesture as communication strategy. [Review essay of Marianne Gullberg's Gesture as a communication strategy in second language discourse].Semiotica, 2001, 135: 191-209.

101. Kendon, A. Review of Barbara J. King The Origins of Language:What Nonhuman Primates Can Tell Us. The Journal of the Royal Antrhopological Institute 2001, 7(4): 807-808

102. Kendon, A. Sign Languages. Contribution to The Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia . D. Horton, ed. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press. 2001.

103. Kendon, A. Historical observations on the relationship between research on sign languages and language origins theory. In David Armstrong, Michael A. Karchmer and John Vickery Van Kleve, eds. The Study of Signed Languages: Essays in Honor of William C. Stokoe. Washginton, D.C.: Gallaudet University Press, 2002, pp. 35-52.

104 Kendon, A. and Versante, L. (2003). Pointing by hand in Neapolitan. In Sotaro Kita, ed. Pointing: Where Language Culture and Cognition Meet. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum, pp. 109-137.

105. Kendon, A. 2004. Contrasts in gesticulation: A Neapolitan and a British speaker compared. In C. Mueller and R. Posner, eds. The Semantics and Pragmatics of Everyday Gesture. Berlin: Weidler Buchverlag, pp. 173-193.

106. Kendon, A. Review of Hearing Gesture: How Our Hands Help Us Think by Susan Goldin Meadow (Cambridge, Mass.: Bellknap Press 2003). Gesture, 2004, Vol. 4, No. 1, 91-101.

107. Kendon, A. (2003). Some uses of the head shake. Gesture, 2 (2): 147-182.

108. Kendon, A. Cats of Corricella – I gatti di Corricella. 12 Photographs as postcards. Procida: Artefactory 41.14, 2006

109. Kendon, A. On the origins of modern gesture studies. In Justine Cassell, Susan Duncan and Elena Levy, Eds. Gesture and the Dynamic Dimension of Language: Essays in Honor of David McNeill. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2007, pp. 13-28.

110. Kendon, A. Some topics in Gesture Studies. In Anna Esposito, Maja Bratanic, Eric Keller, Maria Marinaro, Eds. The fundamentals of verbal and non verbal communication and the biometrical issues. Amsterdam: IOS Press BV for NATO SERIES PUBLISHING, 2007, pp. 3-19.

111. Kendon, Adam. Some reflections on ‘gesture’ and ‘sign’. Gesture, 2008: 8(3), pp.

112. Kendon, A. Signs for language origins? Public Journal of Semiotics, 2008, II (2): 2-29.

113. Kendon, Adam. Review of Gestural Communication in Apes and Monkeys, Josep Call and Michael Tomasello, eds., (Mahwah, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007). Gesture, 2008, Vol. 8 (3), 373-385.

114. Kendon, Adam. “Kinesic Components of Multimodal Utterances.” Berkeley Linguistics Society Proceedings. Berkeley, California: Berkeley Linguistics Society, University of California, Berkeley, 2009.

115 Kendon, Adam “Language’s matrix.” Gesture, 2009, 9(3): 352-372

116. Kendon, Adam. “'Gesture First' and 'Speech First' in Theories of Language Origins.” In Signs Around the World, Mathur Guarev and Donna Jo Napoli, Eds. New York: Oxford University Press, 2011, pp. 251-267

117. Kendon, Adam. “Manual actions, speech and the nature of language”. pp. 19-33 In Origine e sviluppo del linguaggio, fra teoria e storia. Daniele Gambarara and Alfedo

Givigliano, eds. Societą di Filosofia del Linguaggio, atti del XV congresso nazionale. Arcavata di Rende (CS), 15-17 settembre 2008. Roma: Aracne editrice s.r.l. 2009.

118. Kendon, Adam. “Spacing and orientation in co-present interaction.” Pp. 1-15 in Anna Esposito, Nick Campbell, Carl Vogel, Amir Hussein and Anton Nijholt, eds. Development of Multimodal Interfaces: Active Listening and Synchrony. Second COST 2102 International Training School, Dublin, Ireland, March 2009. Revised Selected Papers. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer, 2010.

119. Kendon, Adam (2010). “Pointing and the problem of gesture: some reflections.” Rivista di Psicolinguistica Applicata, 10 (3): 19-30.

120. Kendon, Adam (2011). “Vocalisation, speech, gesture, and the language origins debate: an essay review on recent contributions”. Gesture 11(3): 349-370.

121. Kendon, Adam (2011). “Some modern considerations for thinking about language evolution: A discussion of The evolution of language by Tecumseh Fitch. Public Journal of Semiotics, III (1): 79-108.

122. Kendon, Adam (2011). Gesture. Oxford University Press: Oxford Bibliographies Online

123. Kendon, Adam (2012). Language and kinesic complexity. Reflections on “Dedicated gestures and the emergence of sign language” by Wendy Sandler. Gesture, 12 (3): 308-326, [18pp]

124. Kendon, Adam (2013). History of the Study of Gesture. Chapter 3 in Keith Allan, ed. Oxford Handbook for the History of Linguistics. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

125. Kendon, Adam. (2013). Exploring the utterance roles of visible bodily action: A personal account. In Body-Language-Communication, Cornelia Müller, Alan Cienki, et al., eds. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 7-28.

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