Gallaudet University Press publishes books that are widely used as primary and supplemental content in courses related to American Sign Language, Deaf people, and signing communities. Additional information and resources are listed below.
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Click here to check out our titles available on Manifold. New titles continue to be added, so be sure to check back.
Through Deaf Eyes documentary and online exhibit
Visit the Gallaudet University National Deaf Life Museum’s online exhibition, History Through Deaf Eyes, which includes access to the documentary, Through Deaf Eyes, along with archival photographs and a discussion guide.
Gallaudet University Press YouTube Channel
Visit our channel to discover signed chapter summaries, book trailers, and video content that supplements course books.
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How can students get the book?
Campus bookstores can order copies from our distributor or their preferred wholesaler. Click here for more information.
Students can purchase directly from the Gallaudet University Press website or from online retailers such as Amazon and Bookshop.
Check your institution’s library—most of our titles are available electronically through the major aggregator services used by academic libraries.
Our journals can be accessed electronically through institutional libraries or by digital purchase.
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