|ISBN:||0814798527 9780814798522 0814798535 9780814798539|
|描述：||xxxviii, 430 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm|
|内容：||In surdam memoriam / Karl Jaekel --
Prologue: Autobiography of Laurent Clerc / Laurent Clerc --
pt. I. "Scattered as we are and lost among the hearing": Life in the Hearing World. 1. On Planning a Deaf-Mute Commonwealth / J.J. Flournoy and Edmund Booth / [and others]. 2. Coming to California / Albert Ballin. 3. What a Deaf Jewish Leader Expects of a Rabbi / Frederick C. Schreiber. 4. How to Write Like a Hearing Reporter / Tom Willard. 5. CBS Hurt Deaf Children with "Caitlin's Story," / Jack Levesque. 6. Who Speaks for the Deaf Community? Not Who You Would Think! / Elizabeth L. Broecker. 7. My Life on Paper / Shanny Mow. 8. Away from Invisibility, Toward Invincibility: Issues with Deaf Theatre Artists in America / Willy Conley. 9. This Child Is Mine: Deaf Parents and Their Adopted Deaf Children / Barbara J. White --
pt. II. "The noblest gift God has given to deaf people": American Sign Language and Its Literature. 10. The Preservation of the Sign Language / George W. Veditz, Carol A. Padden and Eric Malzkuhn. 11. From Student to Professional: A Personal Chronicle of Sign Language / Gilbert Eastman. 12. Black Signs: Whatever Happened to the Sign for "CORNBREAD"? / Ernest Hairston and Linwood Smith. 13. Reflections of American Deaf Culture in Deaf Humor / M.J. Bienvenu. 14. Folk Explanation in Language Survival / Carol A. Padden. 15. Let's Return ASL to Deaf Ownership / Jack Levesque. 16. What Happens When Languages Come in Contact / Ceil Lucas and Clayton Valli. 17. I've Had Enough of the I-Love-You Sign, Thanks / Tom Willard. 18. Traditions: Hispanic, American, Deaf Culture: Which Takes Precedence in Trilingual Interpreter Training? / Ralph Sedano. 19. Rathskellar: Some Oral-Traditional and Not-So-Traditional Characteristics of ASL Literature / Cynthia Lohr Peters. 20. In Search of the Perfect Sign-Language Script: Insights into the Diverse Writing Styles of Deaf Playwrights / Willy Conley --
pt. III. "The medicine that swallowed the patient": Deaf Education. 21. The Associative Feature in the Education of the Deaf / George Wing. 22. The Attitude of the Adult Deaf towards Pure Oralism / Amos G. Draper. 23. The Fable of the Ass Who Was Taught to Whinny / Warren Milton Smaltz. 24. The Graduate / Albert Ballin. 25. The Deaf Adult's Point of View / Frederick C. Schreiber. 26. Black Deaf Students / Ernest Hairston and Linwood Smith. 27. Who's Itching to Get into Mainstreaming? / Ben Bahan. 28. The Real Meaning of "Hearing Impaired" / Angela Stratiy. 29. Do We Continue This Tragedy? / Jack Levesque. 30. A Taboo Exposed: Using ASL in the Classroom / Clayton Valli. 31. Deaf-centric Teaching: A Case Study in ASL-English Bilingualism / Cynthia Nesse Bailes --
pt. IV. "Impressed with the value of character": The Deaf Ethic. 32. Vagrancy among Deaf-Mutes / H.M. Chamberlayne. 33. Miss Martineau and Deaf-Mutes / Edmund Booth. 34. The habit of being prompt ... / Unsigned. 35. Finding Men for Jobs / B.M. Schowe. 36. The Development of Postwar Employment / B.M. Schowe. 37. A Review of the Little Paper Family for 1944-45 / Thomas A. Ulmer. 38. Place of the Adult Deaf in Society / Toivo Lindholm. 39. What Exactly Am I Supposed to Overcome? / Tom Willard. 40. Thoughts on the Effects of Provisions for the Deaf / David J. Kurs and Benjamin J. Bahan. 41. 'Til All Barriers Crumble and Fall: Agatha Tiegel's Presentation Day Speech in April 1893 / Katherine Jankowski. 42. Dummy Hoy: "Play Ball!" / James A. Nickerson --
pt. V. "Strengthening the spirit of clannishness": The Deaf Community. 43. Racism within the Deaf Community / Glenn B. Anderson and Frank G. Bowe. 44. GLAD Publishes Position Paper on Cochlear Implants / Carol Padden. 45. Reflections on The Deaf Way / Bob Alcorn. 46. Can Deaf People Survive "deafness"? / M.J. Bienvenu. 47. Cochlear Implants vs. Deaf Culture? / Kathryn Woodcock. 48. Into Their Own Hands: The Deaf President Now Protest and Its Consequences / Sharon A. Barnartt and John B. Christiansen. 49. Of Deaf-Mutes, the Strange, and the Modern Deaf Self / Tom Humphries. 50. The Hearing Agenda II: Eradicating the DEAF-WORLD / Harlan Lane, Robert Hoffmeister and Ben Bahan. 51. Deaf Women Now: Establishing Our Niche / Martha A. Sheridan. 52. Contemporary Native Deaf Experience: Overdue Smoke Rising / Valerie L. Dively. 53. Cochlear Implants and Deaf Identity / A. Philip Aiello and Myrna Alello. 54. Signing Off / Bruce A. White --
Further Reading / Arlene Blumenthal Kelly.
|責任：||edited by Lois Bragg.|
An enlightening anthology that places the Deaf on center stage, thus offering them to represent the two worlds (of the hearing & of the deaf) from a Deaf perspective. A most welcome contribution to the burgeoning field of Deaf Studies. The book performs a vital service to readers by providing them with a comprehensive collection of sources that narrate the struggles, accomplishments and aspirations of our nation's deaf community. This is one of those marvelous initiatives that, when you see it, leads you to say, 'Why didn't I think of that?' A very valuable resource not only for the growing numbers of students in Deaf Studies but for everyone who seeks to understand the world of culturally Deaf people." A landmark in the history of Deaf studies. Bragg has assembled an astonishingly balanced selection of historical sources, personal memoirs, and critical essays to give readers a rich and varied panaroma of perspectives. To many who hear, the deaf world is as foreign as a country never visited. Deaf World thus concerns itself less with the perspectives of the hearing and more with what Deaf people themselves think and do. Editor Lois Bragg asserts that English is for many signing people a second, infrequently used language and that Deaf culture is the socially transmitted pattern of behavior, values, beliefs, and expression of those who use American Sign Language. She has assembled an astonishing array of historical sources, political writings, and personal memoirs, from classic 19th-century manifestos to contemporary policy papers, on everything from eugenics to speech and lipreading, the right to work and marry, and the never-ending controversy over separation vs. social integration. At the heart of many of the selections lies the belief that Deaf Americans have long constituted an internal colony of sorts in the United States. While not attempting to speak for Deaf people en masse, this ambitious platform anthology places the Deaf on center stage, offering them an opportunity to represent the world--theirs as well as the hearing world--from a Deaf perspective. For Deaf readers, the book will be welcomed as a gift, both a companion to be savored and, as often, an opponent to be engaged and debated. And for the hearing, it serves as an unprecedented guide to a world and a culture so often overlooked. Comprising a judicious mix of published pieces and original essays solicited specifically for this volume, Deaf World marks a major contribution.