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AUSP 4206/6206 Deaf Culture and Deaf History

Class resources and research guide

Course description

 Course Description:

This course is designed to introduce the most important aspects of the American Deaf experience by exposing history, contributions, and contemporary lives of Deaf people in America. This interdisciplinary approach addresses topics such as the diversity of Deaf people, Deaf cultural norms, Deaf arts and Deaf international communities. This course provides a foundation for future deaf studies and classes.





This guide highlights library services and resources to  help students in AUSP 4206/6206 to start their research process. Students will learn how to access library resources and services.


Sharon Fairbanks