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Brian Greenwald

Professor/Director,Schuchman Center

Arts and HumanitiesHistory

S132 Hall Memorial Building

202-250-2431 (videophone)

  • GSR-210 Comparing Multicult Perspectiv (2013/01)(01)
  • GSR-210 Comparing Multicult Perspectiv (2011/01)(03)
  • GSR-230 Scientific and Quantitative Re (2010/02)(03)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2011/01)(01)
  • HIS-111 American History I (2009/01)(03)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2009/02)(02)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2011/02)(02)
  • HIS-331 His of Am Deaf Comm (2009/02)(01)
  • HIS-331 His of Am Deaf Comm (2010/02)(01)
  • HIS-332 Mass Media & Deaf Community (2009/01)(01)
  • HIS-731 Hist. of the American Deaf Com (2009/01)(01)
  • HIS-731 Hist. of the American Deaf Com (2010/01)(01)
  • HIS-731 Hist. of the American Deaf Com (2011/02)(01)
  • HIS-731 Hist. of the American Deaf Com (2013/02)(01)
  • HIS-731 Hist. of the American Deaf Com (2014/02)(01)
  • HIS-732 Mass Media and Deaf Community (2011/01)(01)
  • HIS-732 Mass Media and Deaf Community (2009/02)(01)
  • HIS-793 History Research Project I (2010/01)(01)
  • HIS-793 History Research Project I (2011/02)(01)
  • HIS-794 History Research Project II (2010/02)(01)
  • HIS-795 Special Topics (2010/01)(01)
  • DST-320 Internship I (2019/02)(01)
  • GSR-210 Comparing Multicult Perspectiv (2016/02)(07)
  • GSR-220 Methods of Multiples Disciplin (2016/01)(04)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2016/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2018/01)(01)
  • HIS-112 American History II (2017/02)(01)
  • HIS-287 Research Methods in History (2015/01)(01)
  • HIS-331 History of American Deaf Comm. (2018/02)(01)
  • HIS-495 Special Topics (2016/02)(01)
  • HIS-495 Special Topics (2019/02)(01)
  • HIS-731 Hist. of the American Deaf Com (2020/01)(01)
  • HIS-731 Hist. of the American Deaf Com (2019/01)(07)
  • HIS-331 History of American Deaf Comm. (2020/02)(01)
  • HIS-495 Special Topics (2018/02)(03)
  • HIS-499 Independent Study (2020/01)(01)
  • GSR-220 Methods of Multiples Disciplin (2020/03)(OL6)
  • HIS-495 Special Topics (2020/03)(OL2)
  • HIS-332 Mass Media & Deaf Community (2021/01)(01)
  • Research Methods (2011/01)
  • Book editing process (2011/01)
  • The Life and Times of Alice Terry Taylor, 1878-1950 (2010/02)
  • Rev. Thomas Gallaudet and the St. Ann's Church Controversy (2010/02)
  • Book editing process (2012/01)
  • Bioethics and the Deaf Community (2012/01)
  • Book review process (2013/01)
  • Eugenics (2015/01)
  • DPN and Civil Rights (2014/02)
  • Research Methods (2015/01)
  • Agency in Deaf History (2018/02)
  • 2022 Distinguished Faculty of the Year
  • Loyalties in Deaf History: Gender, Marriage, and Transnational Discourses
  • Emerging Deaf Historians: Research, Writing, and Reinterpreting Deaf History
  • Deaf intermarriage has limited effect on the prevalence of recessive deafness and no effect on underlying allelic frequency
  • Reflections on Teaching Deaf History at Gallaudet University
  • The Eugenic Attack on American Deaf People: Discourse on Deaf Marriage and Fecundity
  • Documenting What We Do
  • The National Deaf-Mute College Benefactor and Friend: Henry Dawes and Native American Hostilities
  • Deaf Interviews: Documenting Narrative History in American Sign Language
  • A.G. Bell and the American Eugenics Movement
  • From the "Ideal" to the "Real": Engaging in Strategic Visioning and Implementation for Diversity and Inclusion"
  • Documenting Deaf NYC Stories
  • Our Historical Memory: The Dawes Severalty Act and the National-Deaf Mute College
  • Discussing Bilingualism in Deaf Children: Essays in Honor of Robert Hoffmeister
  • How the Past Informs the Present: Intersections of Deaf History with Deaf Studies
  • Ringing Up Eugenics
  • Studying Deaf History
  • The Value of Studying Deaf History
  • Calling A.G. Bell: Eugenics and Deaf Americans, 1883-1922
  • Eugenics in the Deaf Community
  • Eugenics and Civil Rights: Topics in Deaf History
  • Archives as Stakeholders in Deaf History
  • In My Own Words
  • Beyond Oralism: Alexander Graham Bell and the American Eugenics Movement
  • Deaf President Now: President's Panel
  • "Everyone and No One: Why we should have a National Organization"
  • Alexander Graham Bell
  • Topics in United States Deaf History
  • Current Trends in Deaf History Research
  • In My Own Words: A History of the History Department
  • A Fair Chance in the Race of Life: the Role of Gallaudet University in Deaf History
  • The Real “Toll” of A. G. Bell: Lessons about Eugenics
  • SPECIAL ISSUE: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the Deaf President Now Movement
  • Presidents’ Panel: A Conversation with I. King Jordan, Robert Davila, and T. Alan Hurwitz
  • Alexander Graham Bell and Eugenics
  • Historical Memory: American Deaf History
  • 25 Years of A Place of Their Own: Creating the Deaf Community in America
  • "A DEAF VARIETY OF THE HUMAN RACE": HISTORICAL MEMORY, ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL, AND EUGENICS
  • Creating Autonomy: The Role of Sports in U.S. Social and Political Organizations
  • DPN and the ADA
  • Section 504, Eugenics and Institutionalization
  • Body Politics: Disability in America. "Signs of the Times"
  • Roundtable on Eugenics and Deaf People
  • Remembering Dr. John S. "Stan" Schuchman
  • Deaf NYC: Signs of Change
  • "Of the most constant and assiduous application': 200 Years of Deaf Education
  • Global Histories of Disability
  • Forum: Deaf History in the Global South
  • The Suppression and Reassertion of ASL
  • Through Deaf Eyes: A commentary
  • Equity in Education: From Brown vs. Board of Education & Gallaudet University to The Dream Act
  • Our Historical Memory: The Dawes Severalty Act and the National Deaf-Mute College
  • Documenting What We Do
  • The National Deaf-Mute College Benefactor and Friend: Henry Dawes and Native American Hostilities
  • Deaf Interviews: Documenting Narrative History in American Sign Language
  • 200 Years of Deaf Education
  • Documenting Deaf NYC Stories
  • Deaf New York City: Stories and Spaces
  • Miracles of Invention: Alexander Graham Bell
  • The Invention of Miracles book discussion
  • Deaf Education During the American Eugenics Movement: A Preliminary Analysis and Case Studies from CSD-Berkeley
  • Deaf New York City: Claiming Spaces
  • The Invention of Miracles and AGBell
  • Bell/Gallaudet in New England
  • Concluding: Coming Together Panel
  • Cripping the Archive
  • Urban Deaf Spaces: Documenting Deaf Spaces in New York City, 1880-2000
  • Intersections of Deaf Education and Eugenics in California, 1930-1947
  • Deaf Education and Eugenics in early 20th Century California
  • What's in Print: Preserving the Stories of Deaf Washington Post Printers
  • What's at 14th St?: Deaf NYC Spaces
  • Intersections of Eugenics and Deaf Education in California, 1925-1947
  • "There is no fourth generation": Recovering Stories of Deaf Printers"
  • Audism: Interpretations from the Little Paper Family
  • Deaf Community Geography: StoryMaps and Museums
  • StoryMaps: History and Storytelling for the Deaf Community
  • Documenting Deaf NYC Stories- (Faculty Development Grant)
  • Mapping the Exclusion of Deaf People from State Sterilization Laws- (Priority Research Fund)
  • Distance Learning Development Grant- (eCurriculum)
  • eCurriculum iPad grant - (Gallaudet University )
  • John R. Trundle Graduate Fellowship- (Gallaudet University Alumni Association )
  • President's Fellow - (Gallaudet University )
  • Boyce R. Williams Graduate Fellowship - (Gallaudet University Alumni Association )
  • John R. Trundle Graduate Fellowship- (Gallaudet University Alumni Association )
  • Small Research Grant - (Office of Research Grants)
  • Boyce R. Williams Graduate Fellowship- (Gallaudet University Alumni Association )
  • Small Research Grant - (Office of Research Grants)
  • Challenge Grant - (National Endowment for the Humanities )
  • Faculty Development Award: Chesapeake Bay Lecture Series- (Gallaudet University)
  • Challenge Grant- (National Endowment for the Humanities)
  • Public Square Grant- (National Endowment for the Humanities )
  • Faculty Development Grant- (Gallaudet University )
  • Sorting America's Defectives and the Exclusion of Deaf People from State Sterilization Laws- (Small Research Grant )
  • Henry L. Dawes' Connections to the National Deaf-Mute College, 1869-1902- (Small Research Grant )
  • NEH Summer Stipend - (National Endowment for the Humanities )
  • Kati Morton-Deaf History MA (Masters) 2009/01-2009/02
  • Jannelle Legg-Deaf History MA (Masters ) 2009/01-2009/02
  • Brittany Turner -Undergraduate (Honors ) 2012/01-2012/02
  • Jeannine Weisblatt-Undergraduate (Honors ) 2008/01-2008/02
  • Marion Schmidt-History of Science, Johns Hopkins University (Doctoral Committee) 2015/02-2015/02
  • Sylvie Soulier -Graduate (Masters ) 2007/02-2007/02
  • Leah Abshire -Graduate (masters ) 2007/02-2007/02
  • Elizabeth Bush-Graduate (masters ) 2006/02
  • Lindsey M. Parker -Graduate (masters ) 2006/02
  • Meredith Filiatreault-Graduate (masters ) 2006/02
  • Connor Baer-Schuchman Center (Internship) 2016/01-2016/02
  • Geoff Smith-Murdoch University, Australia (Doctoral Committee) 2018/02-2018/02
  • Brianna DiGiovanni -Schuchman Center (internship ) 2017/01
  • Tammy Wilson-Schuchman Center (internship ) 2018/01
  • Erin Timperlake -Schuchman Center (internship ) 2019/01
  • Aleah Nishizaki -Schuchman Center (internship ) 2019/02-2019/02
  • Grievance Committee: Member 2000/01-2002/02
  • Tenure and Promotion Committee: Member 2015/01-2017/02
  • Tenure and Promotion Committee: Member 2022/01
  • Director, Drs. John S. & Betty J. Schuchman Deaf Documentary Center 2015/01
  • Chair, Schuchman Deaf History Award 2013/02
  • EDI Strategic Plan, 2019-2024 2019/01-2019/01
  • History Department Open Houses 2009/02
  • Deaf History Lecture Series 2009/01
  • Deaf History Certificate Program 2007/01-2013/02
  • Honorary Degree/Professor Emeritus Committee 2009/01-2013/01
  • Schaefer Professorship and Endowment Fund 2009/01
  • Minor in History 2005/02
  • Assessment Coordinator 2014/01-2014/01
  • Research Priority Group 2013/02-2013/03
  • History Search committee 2003/01
  • Biology Search Committee 2014/02-2014/02
  • Government Search Committee 2003/02
  • Chair, Daughters of Union Veterans of Civil War Writing Contest 2003/02-2005/02
  • 25th Anniversary of Deaf President Now 2012/01-2012/02
  • Assessment Coordinator 2014/01-2014/01
  • Museum Specialist Committee Search 2014/01-2014/01
  • Distinguished Sesquicentennial Lecture Series 2013/02-2014/01
  • Celebrating 150 Years of Visionary Leadership Symposium 2013/02-2013/03
  • Communication Studies search committee 2014/02-2014/02
  • Search Committee Chair 2018/01-2018/02
  • President, Deaf History International 2017/03
  • Academic Bowl Judge 2017/02-2017/02
  • Museum Assessment Program Review Committee 2017/01-2017/02
  • Interdisciplinary Roundtable meetings 2018/01-2018/01
  • Dawes Legacy Review Committee 2021/01-2021/02
  • Program Committee : Oral History Association 2019/03-2021/01
  • Editorial Board: Gallaudet University Press 2011/02
  • Editorial Board: Sign Language Studies 2010/02
  • Editorial Board: Deaf Studies Digital Journal 2009/02
  • Senior Advisor: Deaf History Network and Think Tank 2019/01
  • Treasurer: Disability History Association 2004/02-2006/02
  • Steering Committee Member: 2nd International Deaf Academics and Researchers Conference 2003/01-2003/02
  • Judge: National History Day 2000/03
  • Member-at-Large: Deaf History International 2014/03-2017/03
  • Advisory Board : ADA 25 Anniversary 2014/02-2014/02
  • Scholars Roundtable on Disability in NPS: National Park Service 2020/03-2020/03
  • The Invention of Miracles and AG Bell : Planet Word 2020/03-2020/03
  • Oral History NEH Fellowship Program 2021/02-2021/02
  • Organizing Committee Advisor : Deaf History International 2020/01-2021/03
  • President: Deaf History International 2017/03
  • Nominating Committee: Oral History Association 2022/01
  • Oral History Mid-Atlantic Region : August 2017
  • Oral History Association : August 2018
  • Deaf History International: August 2018
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    Brian Greenwald

    S132 Hall Memorial Building

    202-250-2431

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