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HIST 231 Deaf People in Global Perspective: Collective Biographical Works

This guide points to resources about international deaf people, particularly auto/biographies
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Collective Biographies

The image is a book cover entitled "Crossing the Divide" with a gray background and brown cutouts. There are collective biographies you can browse through to find a person of interest. This book, Crossing the Divide : Representations of Deafness in Biography focuses on French and Canadian Deaf people. The online Deaf Heritage in Canada is available (also in print). Deaf Lives: Deaf People in History and A Pictorial History of Deaf Britain focuses on Great Britain. If you are interested in historical biographies, check out Notable Deaf Persons, and Peeps into the Deaf World. Interesting profiles of deaf people are featured in Collage: Works in International History .

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