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ASL330 ASL Literature

This course examines, compares and analyzes the genres of literature in American Sign Language including poetry, narrative, theatre, drama and written works. The course covers the work of recognized authors in both written and face-to-face traditions. Autobiographical sketches, lectures, stories and letters from historical figures such as Clerc, Veditz, E.M. Gallaudet, E.A. Fay, and others will be covered. Prerequisites: ASL 120 Deaf Culture; ASL 425 Linguistics of American Sign Language and ASL 305 American Sign Language V

Credit Hours: 3

Academic Catalog 15-16