Deaf History Lecture Series

Deaf History Lecture Series: Fall 2013.  The interdisciplinary lecture series will showcase the latest research on the histories of Deaf peoples and communities around the world. October 23 - "The Deaf Community in America: History in the Making" by Dr. Ronald and Melvia Nomeland. Book signing immediately following lecture.  November 20th "Methods Matter: Gathering Life Histories in Tanzania" by Jessica Lee from University of Colorado.  All lectures will be held at JSAC 1011 from 12pm to 1pm.  Sponsored by College of Arts and Sciences, Dept of ASL and Deaf Studies, Dept of History, Philosophy, Religion and Sociology, and with Support from the Gallaudet University Museum.

About Gallaudet
Administration
Campus Photos
Clerc Center
Contact Us
Employment Opportunities
Fast Facts
Make an Online Gift
Maps & Directions
Museum
Public Relations
Visitors Center
Admissions
English Language Institute
Financial Aid
Graduate Admissions
Graduate Orientation
International Admissions
Professional Studies
Test Center
Undergraduate Admissions
Academics & Research
Archives/Deaf Collections
Career Center
Catalog & Course Info
General Studies
Graduate Programs
Honors Program
Library
Professional Studies
Research Support and International Affairs
Undergraduate Majors
VL2
Campus Life
Athletics
Bison Shop (bookstore)
Campus Activities
Commencement
Food Services
Intramurals
Public Safety
Residence Life and Housing
Washington, D.C.
Tools & Resources
Bison
Campus Directory
Daily Digest
Help Desk
Gallaudet Alert-subscribe
GU Press
Kellogg Conference Hotel
Maps & Directions
my.Gallaudet
People @ Gallaudet
Shuttle Bus
Gallaudet University | 800 Florida Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002
Copyright © 2014 Gallaudet University
FacebookTwitterYouTube