Document Type

PhD diss.

Date of Degree

2007

Degree Name

PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)

Department

History

First Advisor

Douglas C. Baynton

Abstract

This dissertation studies the transnational interactions of Deaf Americans in a transnational Deaf public sphere from 1870-1924. Deaf Americans advanced a discourse of co-equality in which they asserted their ability to participate in society as Deaf-- and as deaf-- people.

Pages

x, 273

Bibliography

260-273

Comments

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Copyright

Copyright 2007 Joseph John Murray

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