This course provides a broad overview of Deaf women's experiences in "herstory", arranged both chronologically and topically, from the 13th century to the present day. Designed to accommodate individuals who may or may not have had prior experience with Deaf people, we will explore the mixed legacy of Deaf women's status in their communities and some of their personal stories. As we move through "herstory", we will consider such topics as the education of Deaf women, the historical treatment of Deaf women, their political activism and various accomplishments they achieved, all of which played a pivotal role in shaping Deaf history as well as world history. Required Readings and Materials; Brueggemann, B. and Burch, S. (2006). Women and Deafness: Double Visions
Keri Ogrizovich ()
DATES: July 14 - August 8, 2014; Prereq: Students will need consistent high speed internet access
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