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Sunday, 7 February 2016

Living & Writing In 2 Languages

Fantastic feature article in Saturday's RWRE highlighting two of our residents while addressing the topic of Deaf Literature & ASL Literature and how it compares or differs from English Literature.
Also included are details of the Reception open to the public this Thursday, June 26th 7:00-9:00pm - Anderson Center Barn 
[Image description: one of two photos included with this article. This photo is a close-up of Rachel Mazique while working at her antique U-shaped writing desk on her PhD dissertation. She has long dark hair and is seen from the waste up wearing a light colored short-sleeve top while reading from an open book just to the left of her open laptop in front of her at center of desk. Also on the desk are numerous books jeweled with colorful post-it page tabs, antique porcelain lamp, orange mouse pad with imprinted with University of Texas-Austin Longhorns logo in black. In the immediate foreground viewers see the cover of book titled "Open Your Eyes - Deaf Studies Talking" (2008) - H-Dirksen L. Bauman, Editor.]
By Ruth Nerhaugen, contributor Her work as a scholar of deaf literature is serious business, but Rachel Mazique has discovered a pleasure in writing — even writing a scholarly paper — when it’s under the right circumstances. Working at the Anderson…

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