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SHARE: Media piece on Pro-Tactile ASL in Quartz, “A language for the DeafBlind”

  Quartz wrote about Pro-Tactile ASL, link below, featuring faculty member Terra Edwards, her colleague and a DeafBlind user of PT Oscar Serna, and PEN faculty Clifton Langdon. DeafBlind Americans developed a language that doesn’t involve sight or sound “Pro-tactile … Continue reading

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New article by faculty Terra Edwards “Bridging the gap between DeafBlind minds…” in Frontiers of Psychology

“Bridging the gap between DeafBlind minds: interactional and social foundations of intention attribution in the Seattle DeafBlind community”  In this article, Edwards shows how the pro-tactile movement is triggering a grammatical divergence between Tactile American Sign Language (TASL) and Visual … Continue reading

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