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Title Telling deaf lives : agents of change / Kristin Snoddon, editor.
Published Washington, DC : Gallaudet University Press, 2014.
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 Electronic Book  HV2353 .T45 2014eb    ONLINE
Description 1 online resource (xxx, 239 pages.)
Content Type text
Format online resource
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1: Autobiographies. On writing my story as Deaf history / Ulla-Bell Thorin (Sweden) -- Reflections on biographical research and writing / Harry G. Lang (United States). Part 2: Biographies of Deaf pioneers. Finding the connections: educated deaf people in England in the mid-seventeenth century / Peter Jackson (United Kingdom) -- Writing resistance: Edwin A. Hodgson and the controversy at St. Ann's Church / Jannelle Legg (United States) -- Hannah Holmes: A case of Japanese American deaf incarceration / Newby Ely (United States) -- Józef Jerzy Rogowski: A unique figure in Polish Deaf history / Tomasz Adam Swiderski (Poland) -- Matsumura Sei-ichirô: the first Deaf president of a Japanese school for deaf people / Akio Suemori (Japan) -- Remembering a legacy: Samuel Thomas Greene / Clifton F. Carbin (Canada) -- Written into history: the lives of Australian Deaf leaders / Darlene Thornton (Australia), Susannah Macready (Australia), and Patricia Levitzke-Gray (Australia) -- Laurent Clerc: a complex and conflicted Deaf man in America / Christopher A.N. Kurz (United States) and Albert J. Hlibok (United States). Part 3: Deaf community collective histories: stories from the continents. The siege of Leningrad and its impact on the life of a deaf family / Tatiana Davidenko (Russia) -- The oral history and experience of the Deaf community in Russia / Victor Palenny (Russia) -- SIgns of Freedom: Deaf connections in the Amistad story / Kim A. Silva (United States) -- The Cosmopolitan Correspondence Club / Melissa Anderson (Australia) and Breda Carty (Australia) . Part 4: Deaf arts evolution. The history of poetic style: De'VIA poetry / Theara Yim (Canada) and Julie Chateauvert (Canada) -- Southwestern De'VIA: the origin of multicultural De'VIA / Tony Landon McGregor (United States) -- Photographing deaf people: the lives and works of three pioneers in American deaf photography / Drew Robarge (United States) -- The vineyarders: a fusion of history and fiction / Veronica Bickle (Canada), Bob Paul and Jennifer Paul (United States). Part 5: Preserving and accessing Deaf history. Digital personal documents: preservation challenges / Marc-André Bernier (Canada) -- Finding hidden treasures: research help in the library and archives / Diana Moore (United States) and Joan Naturale (United States).
Note Description based on print version record.
Subject Deaf.
Related Names Snoddon, Kristin, editor.
Related To Print version: Telling deaf lives 9781563686191 1563686198 (DLC) 2014014527
ISBN 9781563686207 (electronic bk.)
1563686201 (electronic bk.)