ASL Language Structure: Created From Deaf Experiences

Learn how Deaf people's experiences and perspectives created ASL discourse structure! We will explore different parts of ASL structure and discuss how American Deaf community culture and history impacted on ASL. We will also analyze how we use ASL personally and if our life experiences show up in our own language choices.

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Public: $7
MDHAC Member: $5
KSD Students: Free

All times are listed in CST.

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