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Difference: The Third Ear in Experimental, Deaf, and Multicultural Theater|
Sections of the chapter titled “Between the Two Worlds of Hearing and Deafness: The National Theater of the Deaf and Others” originally appeared in Peering Behind the Curtain: Disability, Illness, and the Extraordinary Body in Contemporary Theatre, edited by Kimball King and Tom Fahy, 5–9, 13–14. New York: Routledge/Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Copyright 2002 from Peering Behind the Curtain: Disability, Illness, and the Extraordinary Body in Contemporary Theatre by Kimball King and Tom Fahy. Reproduced by permission of Routledge/Taylor and Francis, LLC.
The photograph on p. 135 is by and copyrighted by Jonathan Slaff.
The photograph on p. 147 is copyright 2006 by the Lia Chang Archive.
The cover photograph is by Ed Bock and is of the performance of Transposed Heads by the Ragamala dance troupe. Ragamala is based in Minneapolis, Minn., not Seattle as is stated in the back cover copy.
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