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Change and Promise
Bilingual Deaf Education and Deaf Culture in Latin America

Barbara Gerner de Garcia and
Lodenir Becker Karnopp, Editors


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

Audrey C. Cooper and
Khadijat K. Rashid, Editors


Damned for Their Difference
The Cultural Construction of Deaf People as Disabled

Jan Branson
and Don Miller


Deaf and Disability Studies
Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Susan Burch and
Alison Kafer, Editors


Deaf Empowerment
Emergence, Struggle, and Rhetoric

Katherine A. Jankowski


Deaf Epistemologies, Identity, and Learning
A Comparative Perspective

Goedele A. M. De Clerck

Deaf Education, Volume 6


Deaf History and Culture in Spain
A Reader of Primary Documents

Benjamin Fraser, Editor and Translator
Foreword by Sam Supalla


Deaf Identity and Social Images in Nineteenth-Century France

Anne T. Quartararo


Deaf Peddler
Confessions of an Inside Man

Dennis S. Buck


Deaf People in Hitler’s Europe

Donna F. Ryan and
John S. Schuchman, Editors

Published in Association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum


The Deaf Way
Perspectives from the International Conference on Deaf Culture

Carol J. Erting, Robert C. Johnson, Dorothy
L. Smith, and Bruce D. Snider, Editors


The Deaf Way II Anthology
A Literary Collection by Deaf and Hard of Hearing Writers

Tonya M. Stremlau, Editor


The Deaf Way II Reader
Perspectives from the Second International Conference on Deaf Culture

Harvey Goodstein, Editor


Elements of French Deaf Heritage

Ulf Hedberg and Harlan Lane
Forward by Yves Delaporte


Forging Deaf Education in Nineteenth-Century France
Biographical Sketches of Bébian, Sicard, Massieu, and Clerc

Ferdinand Berthier
Edited and Translated by Freeman G. Henry


From Pity to Pride
Growing Up Deaf in the Old South

Hannah Joyner


Genetics, Disability, and Deafness

John Vickrey Van Cleve, Editor


In Our Own Hands
Essays in Deaf History, 1780–1970

Brian H. Greenwald and
Joseph J. Murray, Editors


Islay
A Novel

Douglas Bullard
Foreword by Cynthia Pettie

Gallaudet Classics in Deaf Studies, Volume 8


Lend Me Your Ear
Rhetorical Constructions of Deafness

Brenda Jo Brueggemann


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

Howard L. Terry
Introduction by Kristen C. Harmon, Editor

Gallaudet Classics in Deaf Studies, Volume 9


The Other Side of Silence
Sign Language and the Deaf Community in America

Arden Neisser


Parallel Views
Education and Access for Deaf People in France and the United States

The French-American Foundation
Introduction by Harlan Lane


The People Who Spell
The Last Students from the Mexican National School for the Deaf

Claire L. Ramsey


A Phone of Our Own
The Deaf Insurrection Against Ma Bell

Harry G. Lang


A Place of Their Own
Creating the Deaf Community in America

John Vickrey Van Cleve
and Barry A. Crouch


The Politics of Deafness

Owen Wrigley


Sign Language, Sustainable Development, and Equal Opportunities
Envisioning the Future for Deaf Students

Goedele A. M. De Clerck
and Peter V. Paul, Editors

Deaf Education, Volume 5


Signs and Wonders
Religious Rhetoric and the Preservation of Sign Language

Tracy Ann Morse


Silent Life and Silent Language
The Inner Life of a Mute in an Institution for the Deaf

Kate M. Farlow
Introduction by Kristen C. Harmon

Gallaudet Classics in Deaf Studies, Volume 11


Telling Deaf Lives
Agents of Change

Kristin Snoddon, Editor
Foreword by Anita Small
Introduction by Joseph J. Murray


Women and Deafness
Double Visions

Brenda Jo Brueggemann
and Susan Burch, Editors