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Goal of Publication Deaf Studies Digital Journal (DSDJ) aims to advance the cultural, creative, and critical work in and about sign languages and their communities. The primary goal as a sign-centric journal is to provide a platform to foster content in Deaf Studies and encompass...
To have your article published in DSDJ involves a three-step process. Given the unique nature of this multilingual and bimodal journal, this process helps alleviate any potential uncertainty about the time-consuming production of sign language content accompanied by a text-based version. Traditionally, authors have a...
Within one year of graduation, 89 percent of recent alumni are employed or in graduate school. Roberta Dunlap, '14, parent educator at the Utah School for the Deaf Heidi McNulty, '14, senior photographer and instructor for international photography training company Remember Forever Sandra Frank, '13,...
The following students are current members: Rachel Burton Sara Collins Anastasia Greenberg Kayce Quatermass Allison Bradley* Dayak Dashuwar* Milana Grinman Jennifer O'Leary* Serena Stone Michele Todd * graduated in 2007
A theatre internship is a requirement for a BA degree in Theatre Arts. Internships offer students opportunities for career path exploration within performing arts fields and industries. Students will experience and see what a post-graduation career in looks like and what can be expected on...
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65th Spring Dance Concert “Memories & New Beginnings” (2022) 1st Virtual Dance Concert “Dancing Through Quarantine” (2021) Gallaudet Dance Company Presents: Amazing Grace by Destiny’s Child (ASL Cover) (2020) Gallaudet Dance Company Presents: Celebrate by Whitney Houston (ASL Cover) (2020) Gallaudet Dance Company Presents: Rise...
The Gallaudet Dance Company is a performing group of approximately 12-15 dancers. The dancers come from diverse backgrounds, with a range of hearing levels, preferred communication modes, primary school education, and current major field of study as a university student. They rely on their vision...
Dr. Peter Wisher(1911 - 1995) was the founding director of the Gallaudet Dancers. Dr. Wisher came to Gallaudet in 1955 as a professor of physical education and as head basketball coach. He was the director and choreographer of the deaf dance company until his retirement...
The Gallaudet Dance Company rehearses daily from Monday through Thursday from 4pm - 6pm.
Many people have the misconception that deaf people "hear" by feeling vibrations through the floor. How is this possible, especially if a person is moving and jumping so that they do not keep in continuous contact with the floor? What if the floor is not...
Dancing Through Quarantine: 2021 Virtual Dance Show Amazing Grace by Destiny's Child (ASL Cover) Celebrate (ASL Cover) Rise Up (ASL Cover) What If by India.Arie (ASL Cover) GDC 2022 Show: Memories New Beginning Gallaudet Dance Company presents "Icons and Inspirations" Gallaudet Dance Company 2019 Spring...
DASL50 Deaf Stories Corpus 2018 Deaf Studies Conference
(Items are alphabetized by author's last name.) Albertorio, J.R., Holden-Pitt, L., & Rawlings, B. (1999). Preliminary results of the annual survey of deaf and hard of hearing children and youth in Puerto Rico: The first wave. American Annals of the Deaf, 144, (5), 386-394. Provides...
The Gallaudet Dance Company repertoire encompasses various dance forms, including jazz, tap, modern dance, and dance incorporating American Sign Language. Performances can run from 15 minutes to two hours; a two-hour performance must contain an intermission. Fees for the Gallaudet Dance Company's performances cover the...
"THEATRE IS NOT A REAL JOB." There has always been a persistent misconception about theatre. Why major in theatre? The theatre major won't be the last person to be laughed at, or dismissively told, "Theatre is not a real job." It's plainly obvious theatre majors...
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