DST 151 Deaf History

This course examines the social, political, and cultural forces that brought together Deaf people as a cohesive, American co-culture. The course emphasizes the 19th and 20th century experiences, events, and institutions that have shaped the Deaf Community as we know it today. Deaf people are also studied as unique contributors to the heritage of the United States. Prerequisite: DST 110 with a C or better. Three lecture hours per week. Competency met: Historic Awareness (5.1), Humanities (6.0) 3 credits Fall

3 credits
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