|서명/저자사항||Telling deaf lives: agents of change /: edited by Kristin Snoddon.|
|발행사항||Washington: Gallaudet University Press, 2014.|
|형태사항||1 online resource (xxx, 239 pages).|
|기타형태 저록||Print version: Telling deaf lives. Washington : Gallaudet University Press, 2014 |
|서지주기||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|내용주기||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).|
|요약||"Stories told by deaf people about deaf people around the world"--|
|요약||"The best of the 8th Deaf History International Conference, members of international Deaf communities around the world relate their own autobiographies as well as the biographies of historical Deaf individuals in this engrossing collection"--|
|해제||Provided by publisher.|
|해제||Provided by publisher.|
SOCIAL SCIENCE --Ethnic Studies --General.
SOCIAL SCIENCE --People with Disabilities.
LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES --Linguistics --Sociolinguistics.
POLITICAL SCIENCE --Public Policy --Social Security.
POLITICAL SCIENCE --Public Policy --Social Services & Welfare.