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Legal Rights
The Guide for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People

New Completely Revised Sixth Edition!

National Association of the Deaf

This new 6th edition explains United States statutes that prohibit discrimination against deaf and hard of hearing people, the core laws and their amendments, such as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and new legislation such as the Twenty-First Century Communications Video and Accessibility Act.


Mickey’s Harvest
A Novel of a Deaf Boy’s Checkered Life

Howard L. Terry
Introduction by Kristen C. Harmon

The ninth volume in the Gallaudet Classics in Deaf Studies series, this novel was written between 1917 and 1919, a rollicking tale of a young deaf boy and how he learned to survive and thrive at the advent of the 20th century.


Deaf Space in Adamorobe
An Ethnographic Study of a Village in Ghana

Annelies Kusters

This ethnographic study reveals how deaf people in Adamorobe do not live in a social paradise and how they created their own “Deaf Space” by seeking each other out to form a society of their own.


Learning American Sign Language in High School
Motivation, Strategies, and Achievement

Russell S. Rosen

This new book offers high school ASL teachers and program administrators concrete information on why students take ASL for foreign language credit, how they learn new signs and grammar, and how different learning techniques determines their achievement in ASL.


Citizenship, Politics, Difference
Perspectives from Sub-Saharan Signed Language

Audrey C. Cooper and
Khadijat K. Rashid, Editors

This collection centers upon examining sub-Saharan African deaf people’s perspectives on citizenship, politics, and difference, and analyzing Sub-Saharan Signed Language practices in relation to sociopolitical histories and social change interests.


Interpreter Education in the Digital Age
Innovation, Access, and Change

Suzanne Ehrlich and
Jemina Napier, Editors

The eighth volume in the Interpreter Education series, this international collection brings together innovative approaches for using digital technology in interpreter education, ranging from on-demand interpreting using iPad technology to preparing interpreting students for interactions in social media forums.