Deaf Literature (SIGN 2500)

Deaf Literature is intended to enrich the students' exposure to the lives and experiences of Deaf people. This course is to examine the depiction of Deaf characters and experiences in written works such as poetry, novels and plays, and in video or film. It enhances the students' understanding of society's perceptions of Deaf people and the contrasts between a cultural perspective and a pathological perspective. Students analyze, critique and discuss recurring themes within the literature.
Course code: SIGN 2500
Credits: 3.0
Length: 48.0 hours
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SIGN 1500 Public Speaking


SIGN 2100 American Sign Language 2, SIGN 2200 ASL Lab 2, SIGN 2300 Deaf Culture and Community 2
& SIGN 2400 Becoming An Ally 2