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Sep 26, 2022
DST-305 Deaf Space: Concepts & Methodologies
This course introduces students to Deaf Space concepts and research methodologies. Students will investigate the ways in which the unique sensory orientation of Deaf people shapes how they inhabit the world, as well as their relationships with people and space. This course will explore the ways of dwelling of Deaf people and engage in methodological exploration derived from proxemics and visual studies fields to gain a better understanding of the characteristics and principles of Deaf Space.
Prerequisite: DST 101 or permission of instructor
Program: Deaf Studies
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This course is an extension of DST 497…
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Grading system: letter grades only.
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