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Deaf Theater and Drama: Dissertations/Theses

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Finding Theses and Dissertations

Most of these theses and dissertations are online via the Deaf Theatre website. Some are also available online via our Proquest Theses and Dissertation database.

Theses
Linza (Conley), Pam. Deaf Theatre: Audience Appeal  MA thesis. State U. New York, Brockport, 1999. RIT Digital Media Library. Web. 20 Dec. 2009.

Miles, Dorothy S.  History of Theater Activities in the Deaf Community of the U.S. New London, CT: Connecticut College, 1974

Kelstone, Aaron Weir. Sign Language Theatre: Expression, Language, and Transformation  MA thesis. Cleveland State U, 2001. RIT Digitial Media Library. Web. 20 Dec. 2008.

Dissertations
Haggerty, Luane Ruth Davis. Adjusting the Margins: Building Bridges between Deaf and Hearing Cultures Through Performance Arts.  Diss. Antioch College, 2006. RIT Digital Media Library. Web. 20 Dec . 2008

Kilpatrick, Brian R. The History of the Formation of Deaf Children's Theatre in the United State.  Diss. Lamar U, 2007.

Zachary, Samuel J. An Analysis of  Deaf Issues and their Social Setting as Dramatized by Representative Playscripts. Diss. Bowling Green State U., 1984.

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