The Beginnings of ASL in the United States (past)

The Beginnings of American Sign Language in the United States


A presentation from Pamela Conley, a professor from RIT/NTID.

Pamela Conley (BA in English and Education, MS in Deaf Education, MA in English Literature, working towards a Ph.D. in Humanities and Culture with an interdisciplinary focus) Associate Professor, RIT/NTID, writing consultant in the University Writing Program, coordinator of academic support for deaf and hard of hearing students in the College of Liberal Arts; coordinator of the associate in science (AS) degree in applied liberal arts program for deaf and hard-of-hearing students; areas of specialization in literary representations of deaf people and interdisciplinary studies of deaf people


An event collaboration between D'Youville College & Deaf Access Services during Deaf History Month


Click HERE to watch the presentation!


March 30, 2021 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM (past)


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