Ladd CH3 page 156-157 Jenny Witteborg (4:00)
Posts tagged: Deaf communities
Ladd CH3 page 154-155 Ella Mae Lentz (5:01)
Ladd CH3 pages 150-152 Flavia Fleischer (7:06)
Ladd CH 2 p. 124-125 Ella Mae Lentz (7:43)
Ladd Ch. 2 pages 88-90 Jenny Cantrell (11:50)
Ladd CH2 p. 81 Kristen Weiner (2:52)
Expands on the concept of Deafhood in the context of preparing the “reader” for the counter-narrative of Deaf history from the Deaf center of which Chapter 2 is about.
Ladd CH2 pages 79-81 Brenda Jo Falgier (9:41)
Describes colonialism and discusses why Deaf communities should be viewed as being colonized. Introduces those key terminologies: post-colonialism, decolonization, counter-narrative, post-modernism, essentialism, strategic essentialism.
Ladd CH2 p. 78-79 (7:18) Grushkin
Summarizes the goal and issues regarding Colonialism and Post-Colonialism Studies. Also, discusses how language domination and audism resembles colonialism for Deaf people. Mentions works by Harlan Lane and Wrigley initiating discussion on colonialism of Deaf communities as well as examining the majority society’s ideologies and discourses that created and perpetuates the colonialism.
Ladd CH2 pages 77-78 David O. Reynolds (4:10)
Explains an important concept in understanding the oppression/colonialism of the Deaf world – hegemony.
Ladd CH1 p. 32-33 Brading (4:49)
Discusses the issues behind determining accurate numbers of Deaf people as opposed to people who lost hearing later in life (hard of hearing or deafened); clarification of some Deaf terminology; questions WHY in spite of a potentially very large Deaf community worldwide, there continues to be a struggle to RECOGNIZE Deaf people do have a community.
Ladd CH1 p. 26-27 Gough (5:23)
Introduces Chapter 1 which focuses on Deaf communities based on “insider readings”