Books are available on the fourth floor. Archival materials are located in the Sutherland
Archives on the third floor. DVDs and videos are on the second floor. Reference books
can be found on the first floor. More books and videos about alternative medicine
and remedies can be found using the Library's OneSearch.
American Deaf Culture: An Anthology
HV 2545. A 43 1989
Deaf Culture Lectures [DVD videorecording]: An Inside View
HV 2545. D 44 2006
Deaf History Reader
HV 2530. D 43 2007
Deaf World: A Historical Reader and Primary Sourcebook
HV 2545. D 434 2001
Gallaudet Dictionary of American Sign Language
REF HV 2475. G 35 2005
Gallaudet Encyclopedia of Deaf People and Deafness
REF HV 2365. G 35 1987
Inside Deaf Culture
HV 2545. P 35 2005
Introduction to the Deaf Community [DVD videorecording]
HV 2474. I 57 2007
No Walls of Stone: An Anthology of Literature by Deaf and Hard of Hearing Writers
PS 508. D 43 N 6 1993
Reid O. Simonsen Collection of Deaf History Materials
This publisher produces dozens of journals in health, biology, psychology, and more.
It can be used to find high quality articles on deaf research. Journal of deaf studies
and deaf education (Third Floor: HV 2350. J 66). This journal publishes articles on
deaf education and related topics.
Sage Publications produces a number of journals on communication, education, and sociology.
Sign Language and Linguistics (Third Floor: HV 2502. S 546)
This journal publishes articles on deaf communication and sign language.
The mission of the Deaf Academics organization is to foster interaction between Deaf
and hard-of-hearing people in academic or research careers. In this way, we hope
to encourage the professional development of our members.
Gallaudet University is the world leader in liberal education and career development
for deaf and hard of hearing students. The University enjoys an international reputation
for its outstanding programs and for the quality of the research it conducts on the
history, language, culture, and other topics related to deaf people.
The National Cued Speech Association was formed in 1982 to serve the needs of parents
and special educators working with children who are deaf and hard of hearing. The
NCSA is primarily an advocacy organization, and focuses on outreach, family and educator
support, as well as community-based education in the form of Cue Camps and sponsored
workshops. The NCSA also provides instructor certification for teaching Cued Speech
Signing Savvy is a sign language dictionary containing several thousand high resolution
videos of American Sign Language (ASL) signs, fingerspelled words, and other common
signs used within the United States and Canada.