Deaf Women: Educators and Advocates

This guide focuses on successful global Deaf women.

Finding Information on Deaf Women Educators

Not surprisingly, there are a large number of Deaf women employed in the education field as teachers, professors, librarians, administrators, and advocates. Use the Gallaudet databases below and collective biographies to find more information about Deaf women educators. Check out the DVD, 'Remembering Shirley', RSD Librarian available in Deaf Studies, Culture & History Archive, HV2534.P276 R45 2003.

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