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Course Overview

This course provides a broad overview of the dialect of ASL known as Black ASL.  Students will learn the historical and social context of the variety and its linguistic features.  Perceptions of Black and mainstreamed Deaf experiences will also be discussed.  Students are expected to develop a course project at the end of the semester.

DST 101 or permission of the instructor

Program: Deaf Studies

Credit: 3

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