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Deaf Identity and Social Images
in Nineteenth-Century France

Anne T. Quartararo

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Contents

    Acknowledgments

    Introduction

1  Social Images of Deaf People, 1780 to 1880

2  Constructing a Deaf Community in Revolutionary
    France, 1789 to 1799

3  Learning the Language of Deaf People: Auguste Bébian,
    Educational Opportunity, and the Controversy
    over Spoken Language, 1800 to 1840

4  The Varieties of Deaf Education, 1830 to 1900

5  Molding a Deaf Identity: Deaf Leaders, Banquets,
    and Community Rituals, 1830 to 1880

6  A New Era of Deaf Activism: Associations
    and Leadership in the Late Nineteenth Century

    Epilogue

    Notes

    Selected Bibliography

    Index


Anne T. Quartararo is Professor of History at the United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD.

ISBN 978-1-56368-367-1, 6 x 9 casebound, 300 pages, photographs, notes, bibliography, index

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