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"Both rhetoric and disability studies are enhanced by Brueggemann’s juxtapositions in Deaf Subjects by, for instance, using rhetorical theory to illuminate the performative dimensions of American Sign Language and the Nazi T-4 project. Fascinating and essential reading for students and scholars in both fields."
-Anne Ruggles Gere,University of Michigan
"At times serious, funny, irreverent, and always thoughtful, this is the most challenging book yet written about deafness—challenging in making us think better and in breaking new ground. Clearly a must-read."
-Lennard Davis,author of Obsession: A History