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Course Overview

The movement of Afro-American storytelling, their culture, and their traditions will be introduced in this course by studying the aspects of oral literature and literary artists in the Afro-American community. Then parallel the findings and their perspectives with the Black Deaf community, attempts will be made to study ASL literary tradition in the Black Deaf community by looking at Afro-American Deaf histories, narratives, and poetry performances in the United States of America.

DST 101 or ASL 270; or permission of the instructor

Program: Deaf Studies

Credit: 3

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