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Sep 26, 2022
We Are Equal Exhibit
Then & Now Exhibit
The Life of Robert Panara Exhibit
Olof Hanson Exhibit
Deaf Peace Corps Exhibit
Language, Culture, Communities
Andrew J. Foster Exhibit
Gallaudet at 150 and Beyond Exhibit
History Through Deaf Eyes
Deaf Difference + Space Survival
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Deaf HERstory Exhibit
The Deaf HERstory exhibition by the National Deaf Life Museum was located at the Museum Annex – Weyerhaeuser Family Gallery area at the lower level at the Student Academic Center from the summer of 2015 until March 3, 2017. The exhibition was replaced by the exhibition Deaf Difference + Space Survival.
Deaf HERstory will become a virtual exhibition in the near future.
Together with Dr. Carol Erting and Dr. Jane Norman, we developed a framework through which to tell the story of Deaf women and how their intersectional story is unique.
Deaf HERstory is sponsored by the Division of Academic Affairs.
Grand Opening Day of the Deaf HERstory exhibit
This is the press kit for media outlets: broadcast, print and web media. Please recognize the National Deaf Life Museum's sole ownership of information, images and videos relating to the Museum and Deaf HERstory exhibition; it is not for sale to be used for profit.
Gallaudet University, chartered in 1864, is a private university for deaf and hard of hearing students.
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