Tuesday, May 6, 2014- Friday, August 15, 2014
Location: Online

May 19 - July 11, 2014

ASL and English: Comparative Analysis (3 credits) 
Instructor: Don Miller

Deaf Culture (3 credits)
Instructor: Summer Loeffler 

Deaf Women Studies (3 credits)
Instructor: Arlene Kelly 

Disability Studies (3 credits)
Instructor: Meredith Burke 

Dynamics of Oppression (3 credits)
Instructor: William Garrow 

History of the American Deaf Community (3 credits) 
Instructor: Octavian Robinson 

Introduction to Deaf Literature (3 credits)
Instructor: Christopher Heuer 

June 23 - August 15, 2014 
Deaf Black People's Studies (3 credits)
Instructor: Carolyn McCaskill 

Oral Traditions in the Deaf Community (3 credits)
Instructor: Benjamin Jarashow

Interested in obtaining an undergraduate or graduate degree in Deaf Studies?
Gallaudet University is irrefutably the world's expert on American Sign Language and deaf studies. Having a rich history of being a leader in deaf education for over a hundred years, as well as being the premier educational institution that identified ASL as a true and independent language, it is clear that if you're interested in studying either ASL or the study of deaf people and deaf communities, Gallaudet University is the place. For more information contact Undergraduate Admissions at [email protected] or Graduate Admissions at [email protected].

Registration deadline is three weeks prior to start of class. 
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Questions: [email protected]