Evolution of Writing Styles...

Valerie Sutton signwriting at MAC.COM
Thu Aug 17 15:49:53 UTC 2006

SignWriting List
August 17, 2006

I was just asked this question...thought I would answer before I turn  
off the internet to go back to my deadline-project...

> So, now I've been thinking about: 1. the evolution of SW, since  
> that heavy writing system from Denmark untill nowadays and 2. SW  
> evolution will lead to new and light forms? (as any writing system  
> of oral languages). For that purpose I ask your help, if you can,  
> of course, indicating any article or anything that refers to these  
> subjects.
> Thank you in antecipate!

Sure. Why not start with this article on the web in the History  

History SignWriting Directory Page

  7. 1974-1998
How SignWriting Has Changed
The Evolution of Writing Styles

The article needs to be updated to include all the new developments  
since 1999, but it is a beginning...

Have a great weekend once again!

Val ;-)

Valerie Sutton
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