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Schuchman Deaf Documentary Center
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 people.
At the Drs. John S. & Betty J. Schuchman Deaf Documentary Center, our mission is to educate people about significant historical issues and endangered cultural knowledge specific to deaf people, using the documentary arts.
We do this by discovering deaf-specific topics through fieldwork and historic research, documenting them through film, photography, and narrative writing, and sharing them through film screenings, lectures, discussions, exhibitions, articles, multimedia website presentations, and online bilingual (American Sign Language/English) publications.
We also provide educational opportunities in the documentary process for students and collaborate with them in our work. Our goal is to shed light on deaf people’s experiences and to increase understanding and appreciation for their culture and history.
The Washington Post Mentions the Schuchman Center's Project on Deaf Printers, 7/16/2019 Dr. Harry G. Lang Receives the Dr. John S. and Dr. Betty J. Schuchman Deaf History Award, 5/2/2019 The Schuchman Center Presents a Keynote During the Oral History Mid-Atlantic Region Conference, 4/23/2019 Naming...
This page shows video versions of two documents signed before any interview with links to each consent form. The Informed Consent document outlines the purpose and process of the interview, confidentiality and use of the interview footage, risks, benefits, and language use. Its purpose is...
Gallaudet University Archives and Deaf Collections History Through Deaf Eyes Online Exhibition Dr. John S. & Dr. Betty J. Schuchman Deaf History Award Deaf Studies Digital Journal Accessible Rhetoric Library of Congress Personal Digital Archiving Film Care.org Image Permanence Institute at Rochester Institute of Technology...
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