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National Deaf Life Museum
Deaf History Lecture: DUCKS
“The 7 Ducks: Behind the DPN Movement”
Thursday, March 7
12:30 – 1:30 p.m.
This lecture is based on interviews with the “7 Ducks,” a group of alumni who were intimately involved in building momentum for the DPN movement.
Ben Jarashow, a California native, graduated from Gallaudet University with a Bachelor’s degree in Deaf Studies in 2004 and a Master’s degree in Deaf Studies: Cultural Studies in 2006.
He is currently teaching at Utah Valley University with the American Sign Language (ASL) & Deaf Studies program in the language department. Also, he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in the Media and Communication program at the European Graduate School.
He lives in Provo, Utah with his wife, Kat, and their two dogs.
Sponsored by Dean of College of Arts, Sciences, and Technologies, Department of History, Religion, Philosophy, and Sociology; Department of ASL & Deaf Studies, and the Gallaudet University Museum.
In 1856, Amos Kendall, a postmaster general during two presidential administrations, donated two acres of his estate in northeast Washington, D.C. to establish a school and housing for 12 deaf and six blind students. The following year, Kendall persuaded Congress to incorporate the new school,...
Resource Type: History
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