By Mark Zaurov, Ph.D. candidate Universitat Hamburg.
- Thursday, May 5, 2011
- Room 7101, Building 7, first floor, Fremont campus
- Traditional Deaf Studies research usually approaches Deaf Jews as a religious group.
- New research now considers cultural traditions without stressing Jewish religious rituals and observances.
- Using the Deafhood approach this researcher looks at Deaf Jews as Deaf citizens and as participants of the Jewish community.
Sponsored by Ohlone College, Deaf Studies Division and the Gallaudet University Regional Center at Ohlone College.
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