durchsichten: „One touch of nature makes the whole world kin“. The transnational lives of deaf Americans 1870-1924, by Joseph John Murray


This dissertation studies the transnational lives of Deaf Americans between 1870 and 1924. Deaf Americans of the time articulated a discourse of co-equality, seeking to participate in society as Deaf— and as deaf— people. Through participation in a transnational Deaf public sphere, Deaf people in the United States and Europe could exchange ideas on how to live in larger society.

Via: https://www.academia.edu/10164002; Abstract: Joseph John Murray