Ciclope, Sicilian sign theatre
Call Number: VIDEO 5884 no.2
LBJ 3355. Signed and voiced.1 videocassette (30 min.)oseph Costronovo hosts this segment, with guests Armando Giuranna from the Italian NAD, and Anna Folchi and Rocco la Nave, Italian actors. The importance of acting is discussed, where deaf actors can show hearing Italians that the deaf are intelligent and can communicate. Deaf clubs in Italy and works of other Italian artists are described.
Dietro il mondo. [Part One] = Beyond the world =Detra's del mundo
Call Number: PN1995.9.D35 L47 2004
Deaf Media Collection, 1st floorDVD (45 minutes). In Italian sign language with optional English, Japanese or Spanish subtitles."A thousand moments take place at the busy university scene, oblivious to the Deaf world. Andrea is a first-year Deaf student, encountering new experiences. Andrea acquaints himself with the circle of Deaf friends in weekly meetings. He's struck by Elena's beauty, not knowing what lies ahead. Elena is a third-year student who is smitten with the new 'colleague.' She finds herself in trouble, falling in love with the new student, Andrea. But she has a secret beginning to unravel.
Mexican American and Mexican National Deaf Language samples. tape 1
Call Number: HV2402 .M49 2000, Deaf Media Collection, 1st floor
Click on the title to access streaming video.Interpreting in the family / Pauline Arroyos -- Why I became an intermediary interpreter / Pauline Arroyos -- My school experiences / Raul Luna -- Communication within my family and our community -- [Raul Luna] -- Eye surgery / Sofia Vaca These samples of Mexican American and Mexican sign language may be used for cultural and linguistic text analysis and to practice receptive interpreting skills.
Mexican American deaf interpreting issues in mental health settings
Call Number: HV2402 .M495 2000, Deaf Media Collection, 1st floor
Click on the title to access the streaming video. In American Sign Language, with English voice-over.The purpose of this videotape is to show medical service providers how they can establish, report, understand, and identify and meet some of the common communication needs of their multilingual Deaf hispanic clients, rather than to delve deeply into the many and various cultural implications of the entire hispanic community. All Deaf people have a different background, and this needs to be considered by a medical personnel when selecting an interpreter, and in finding the proper treatment.
Seven poems in Italian Sign Language
Call Number: PQ4214.2 .G58 2002
Deaf Media Collection, 1st floor TTY -- Thanks -- Haiku -- Accident -- Music -- The clock -- Dream
Spanish deaf theater
Call Number: VID/DVD 5884 no.5
LBJ 33551 videocassette (30 min.). Voiced and signed. Host Joseph Castronovo interviews three members from the Spanish Deaf Theater, Imma Gulddo Tomos, Manuel Gil Emeterio, and Josep Valenti. Imma Gulddo Tommos signs a poem, first in Spanish sign language and then in American Sign Language. A brief part of a Spanish play is presented by Spanish actresses.
Sueño sordo hispano-americano [electronic resource] = the Deaf Hispanic-American dream
Call Number: HV2530 .S84 2005
Deaf Media Collection, 1st floor 1 CD-ROM, American Sign Language videos, English and Spanish text This CD contains a brief history of Deaf Hispanic-Americans, profiles of eight accomplished Deaf Hispanic-Americans, and two stories told in American Sign Language (ASL) about growing up Deaf and Hispanic in the United States.
The lives of Deaf Mexicans : struggle and success
Call Number: HV2583 .L48 2006
Deaf Media Collection, 1st floor 1 videodisc (ca. 43 min.). Signed, with voice-over in English, closed captioning, and English and Spanish subtitles. This educational documentary shows Deaf people struggling for the basic rights enjoyed by Deaf people in the United States and other countries. Covering issues faced by many Deaf people - lack of governmental support for Deaf education, language rights, and acceptance from the 'mainstream' population - this look inside of Deaf Mexico reveals how community helps people carve out good lives.
A century of progress : history of the New Mexico School for the Deaf
Call Number: HV2561.N62 N485 1989
A silent minority : deaf education in Spain, 1550-1835
Call Number: HV2813 .P58 1997
Believing-- achieving : Hispanic Latino & deaf = creer-- conseguir : Hispano Latino y sordo
Call Number: HV2545 .B45 2003
Collage: works on international deaf history
Call Number: HV237 .C766 1996
OVER 4th floor
Deaf American Poetry: An Anthology
Call Number: PS591.D4 D43 2009
3rd floor. Alice Jane McVan is featured. She worked with the Hispanic Society of American.
Deaf history and culture in Spain : a reader of primary documents
Call Number: HV2813 .F73 2009
Deaf women : a parade through the decades
Call Number: HV2534.A3 H643 1989
4th floor Find info on Corey, Florita Tellez "Flo", Corey, Rita and Martinez, Gloria
Growing up deaf : issues of communication in a hearing world
Call Number: HV2534.P58 A3 2001
4th floor, LBJ 3355
Call Number: PN1995.9.D35 S38 1999
3rd floor Info about Carmen de Arcos.
Journey beyond silence
Call Number: HV2583 .A43 2004
4th floor In spite of communication barriers and overwhelming oppression from "audists", Journey Beyond Silence reveals how Deaf Hispanics have overcome the difficulties life handed them, to go on and achieve their goals. Journey Beyond Silence provides a deeper understanding of the current educational and governmental problems that influence the lives of Deaf Mexicans, and builds a powerful case supporting the need of a more effective educational system for the deaf. Deaf Hispanics may live in a world of silence, but Journey Beyond Silence finally gives them a voice. Margarita Adams is a veteran Mexican Sign Language/American Sign Language intermediary interpreter who has provided services for lawyers, judges, teachers, counselors, employers, social workers and Deaf clients in Southern California.
Step into the circle:the heartbeat of American Indian, Alaska native, and first nations deaf communities
Call Number: HV2545 .S747 2002
OVER 4th floor Info about Annie Jean Clah.
The deaf way : perspectives from the International Conference on Deaf Culture
Call Number: HV2359 .I487 1989
Reserve and Reference, 1st floor and in collections, 4th floor, LBJ 3355.Find info about Dasta, Emilia and Rodriguez, Yolanda.
The Spanish national deaf school : portraits from the nineteenth century
Call Number: HV2813 .S63 2007
4th floor Auspicious beginnings : Roberto Francisco Prádez y Gautier -- The gatekeeper : Juan Manuel Ballesteros -- The teacher's noble work : Francisco Fernández Villabrille -- The seeds of deaf resistance : Manuel Tinoco -- The fruit of deaf resistance : Patricio García -- In the name of woman : Marcelina Ruiz Ricote y Fernández -- Wisdom beyond the senses : Martín de Martín y Ruiz
The Writings of Teresa de Cartagena
Call Number: BX2186 .T47213 1998
4th floor This book presents two prose works written by Teresa de Cartagena: Grove of the infirm (Arbolea de los enfermos) and Wonder at the works of God (Admiración operum Dey).
Call Number: PS3563.A328 T7 1953a
Reference, 1st floorAlice Jane worked for the Hispanic Society of America.
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