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Abbé Sicard's Deaf Education : Empowering the Mute, 1785-1820 / by Emmet Kennedy

データ種別 電子ブック
1st ed. 2015.
出版者 (New York : Palgrave Macmillan US : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan)
出版年 2015
大きさ XIX, 212 p : online resource
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一般注記 Abbé Sicard was a French revolutionary priest and an innovator of French and American sign language. He enjoyed a meteoric rise from Toulouse and Bordeaux to Paris and, despite his non-conformist tendencies, he escaped the guillotine. In fact, the revolutionaries acknowledged his position and during the Terror of 1794, they made him the director of the first school for the deaf. Later, he became a member of the first Ecole Normale, the National Institute, and the Académie Française. He is recognized today as having developed Enlightenment theories of pantomime, "signing,' and a form of "universal language" that later spread to Russia, Spain, and America. This is the first book-length biography of Sicard published in any language since 1873, despite Sicard’s international renown. This thoughtful, engaging work explores French and American sign language and deaf studies set against the backdrop of the French Revolution and Napoleon
HTTP:URL=https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137512864
著者標目 *Kennedy, Emmet author
SpringerLink (Online service)
件 名 LCSH:Historical linguistics
LCSH:Language and education
LCSH:France—History
LCSH:History, Modern
LCSH:Sign language
LCSH:Europe—History
FREE:Historical Linguistics
FREE:Language Education
FREE:History of France
FREE:Modern History
FREE:Sign Language
FREE:European History
分 類 LCC:P140-143.3
DC23:417.7
書誌ID 8000277099
ISBN 9781137512864

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