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Overview

The Drs. John S. & Betty J. Schuchman Deaf Documentary Center educates students in the documentary arts and shines a light on significant historical issues and endangered cultural knowledge specific to deaf peoples.

The center’s work is rooted in four key areas:

  • Discovery of deaf-specific topics through fieldwork and historic research
  • Documentation via film, photography, and narrative writing
  • Dissemination through film screenings, lectures, and discussions in public and classroom settings, exhibitions, articles, multimedia website presentations, and online bilingual (American Sign Language/English)publications
  • Education in the documentary process for and with students
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    Schuchman Documentary Center Projects
    The Drs. John S. & Betty J. Schuchman Deaf Documentary Center researches, documents, and shares the lived experiences of deaf people via film, photography, and written narrative.

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    Schuchman Documentary Center

    Brian H. Greenwald, PhD

    SLCC 1301 and HMB S235E S242

    (202) 250-2905

    (202) 651-5635

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