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Deaf Persons in the Arts and Sciences - Harry Lang and Bonnie Meath-Lang
Call Number: 3rd floor, HV2372 .L36 1995
ISBN: 0313291705
Look up David Bloch and Eugene Bergman.

 

Researching Deaf and WW II

This guide assists you in finding information about the global Deaf experience during WW II. There are articles, books and dvds.  There is also a website Deaf People in WW II (see above and click) where one can find full text articles, book chapters, and video interviews of Deaf and CODA survivors. Patricia Durr, a professor in the Deaf Studies Department is the content creator of this website. J Matt Searls teaches a course Deaf People in WW II.

 

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