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Deaf and disability studies : interdisciplinary perspectives / Susan Burch, Alison Kafer, editors.

Publication:
Washington, District of Columbia : Gallaudet University Press, 2010.
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Book
1 online resource (341 pages)
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Subjects:
Deaf.
Interdisciplinary research.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Contents:
"We are of a different class" : ableist rhetoric in deaf America, 1880-1920 / Tavian Robinson
Intersecting reflections / Khadijat Rashid
Deaf matters : compulsory hearing and ability trouble / Kristen Harmon
Focus on which (deaf) space? : identity and belonging among deaf women in New Delhi, India / Michele Friedner
Contested signs : deaf children, indigeneity, and disablement in Denmark and the United States / Lakshmi Fjord
Identifying allies : explorations of deaf-hearing relationships / Joan Ostrove and Gina Oliva
Deaf community approaches to HIV/AIDS / Leila Monaghan and Constanze Schmaling
Unlikely alliances : crossing the deaf and hearing divide / Lindsey Patterson
Dale Dahl and Judy Heumann : deaf man, disabled woman-allies in 1970s Berkeley / Corbett Joan O'Toole
Deaf and disability studies : a conversation with Yerker Andersson / Yerker Andersson and Susan Burch
Committed critique : an interview with Nirmala Erevelles / Nirmala Erevelles and Alison Kafer
"What not to pack" : conducting research among deaf people in Tanzania / Jessica Lee
Testing the social model of disability : the United Nations and language access for deaf people / Soya Mori
The tango, or, What deaf studies and disability studies do-do / Brenda Jo Brueggemann.
Notes:
Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on print version record.
Contributor:
Burch, Susan, editor.
Kafer, Alison, editor.
ISBN:
1-56368-465-9
OCLC:
761125793