Fighting in the Shadows
The Untold Story of Deaf People in the Civil War
Harry G. Lang
This visually rich volume presents, for the first time, stories of deaf soldiers and civilians who lived during the Civil War.
Adventures of a Deaf-Mute and Other Short Pieces
William B. Swett
This collection of works by noted Deaf New Englander William B. Swett, which originally appeared in the late nineteenth century, includes his accounts of adventures in the rugged White Mountains of New Hampshire.
The Stories They Told Me
The Life of My Deaf Parents
Maria Wallisfurth documents the details of her deaf parents’ lives in Germany from the turn of the twentieth century through the rise of the Nazi regime.
My Mother Made Me Deaf
Discourse and Identity in a Deaf Community
Bryan K. Eldredge
This book is an ethnographic study of the Deaf community of Utah Valley that examines the role of language ideologies in the negotiation of Deaf identities.
Deaf to the Marrow
Deaf Social Organizing and Active Citizenship in Việt Nam
Audrey C. Cooper
In this work, Audrey C. Cooper develops ethnographic and language-centered accounts of Deaf social organizing in Việt Nam.
Sign Language Interpreting in the Workplace
Jules Dickinson explores in detail the complexities and challenges of sign language interpreting in workplace settings.
Conversations with Interpreter Educators
Exploring Best Practices
This accessible and inspiring volume explores the teaching goals and favorite publications of leading professors in the field of sign language interpretation.