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American Annals of the Deaf

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Signs and Voices: Deaf Culture, Identity, Language, and Arts

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Figure 8.

With these texts—the letters and the logbooks—provocative and revealing interstices emerge between discursive terms used to represent D/deaf people and deafness and those that hearing and d/Deaf people use to describe their experiences. These texts shed light on the conflicted nature of representation and particularly on how hearing, deaf, and culturally Deaf people define and describe themselves and others in relation to the concept of a subjectivity that sees through “Deaf eyes.”

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