Rebecca Day Babcock
This book supplies writing instructors an effective set of methods for teaching Deaf and other students how to be better writers, using a grounded theory analysis that provides a complete paradigm for all tutoring of writing.
Living the Life
Scott M. Stoffel, Editor
This book explores what life is really like for persons with both vision and hearing loss, featuring interviews with 12 deaf-blind individuals who offer genuine understanding of the unspectacular, but altogether daunting challenges of daily life for deaf-blind people.
A Mother, Her Deaf Daughter, and Their Stories
Rebecca Willman Gernon
Rebecca Willman Gernon describes her struggle to raise her deaf daughter Amy and the long search to find the right educational environment. For the first time, both mother and daughter relate their shared story about the arduous journey that led to Amy’s ability to thrive in today’s world.
Outcasts and Angels
The New Anthology of Deaf Characters in Literature
Edna Edith Sayers, Editor
Since 1976, when Trent Batson and Eugene Bergman released their classic Angels and Outcasts: An Anthology of Deaf Characters in Literature, much has transpired, turning around the literary criticism regarding portrayals of deaf people in print, changes reflected in Edna Edith Sayers’ new collection Outcasts and Angels: The New Anthology of Deaf Characters in Literature.
Signed Language Interpreting in Brazil
Ronice Müller de Quadros, Earl Fleetwood,
The ninth volume in the Studies in Interpretation series presents six chapters on signed language interpreting by ten Brazilian researchers who advocate greater academic empowerment for Brazilian Sign Language (Libras) interpretation research, and much more.
Language Attitudes in the American Deaf Community
Joseph Christopher Hill
Hill’s new study shows various contradictions in the use of signed languages by exploring the linguistic and social factors that govern such stereotypical perceptions of social groups about signing differences.
Social Constructions of Deafness
Examining Deaf Languacultures in Education
Thomas P. Horejes
Thomas P. Horejes’s new book focuses on revealing critical knowledge that addresses certain social justice issues, including deafness, language, culture, and deaf education through his research that “stresses the contingency of the social” in educational institutions.