Course: DEAF 410. Deaf Women in Today’s American Society (3)
Prerequisites: DEAF 281 and DEAF 360, or instructor consent. This course is a multidisciplinary analysis of Deaf women in the Deaf community and in American society, and includes the study of the historical, social, political, educational and economic factors that have influenced and impacted the role and status of Deaf women, including some important events of the women’s movement. Areas of exploration are Deaf women’s struggles and successes. The course also features contemporary Deaf women’s issues within the context of the Deaf community.