SED 265 : DEAF HISTORY AND CULTURE

This course is a study of the history and culture of Deaf people. The course explores the Deaf experience through topics such as Deafhood, Deaf history in America, American Sign Language, educational options, cultural rules, Deaf arts, diversity in the community, international Deaf communities, and the future of the Deaf community. The course includes opportunities to meet members of the local Deaf community. Offered January Term.
GEP, Elective credit.

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3