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American Annals of the Deaf

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Deaf Epistemologies
Multiple Perspectives on the Acquisition of Knowledge

Peter V. Paul and
Donald F. Moores, Editors

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Scholars of deaf studies, education, sign language, and other fields explore the acquisition of knowledge by deaf people from the perspectives of sociology and anthropology, history/psychology and literature, and eduction and philosophy. Among the topics are juggling two worlds, implications of diversity and deaf identity for personal epistemologies in deaf education, encounters with deaf heroes and heroines, collaborative knowledge building for accessibility in academia, and whether it can be a good thing to be deaf.

Peter V. Paul is Professor, School of Teaching and Learning (Integrated Teaching & Learning Section), Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.

Donald F. Moores is Professor, Department of Exceptional Student and Deaf Education, University of North Florida, Jacksonville, FL.

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