Deaf Studies, Culture, and History Archives
Flying Words with Einstein and Cook
Flying Words Project
American Sign Language literature
Deaf -- Poetry
American poetry -- 20th century
Peter Cook performs "Einstein" and "Einstein Under the Apple Tree". He and Kenny then discuss special characteristics of ASL poetry such as handshape rhyme, rhythms and taking on characters' roles which they demonstrate. This event took place at the University of Rochester.
Rochester Institute of Technology - RIT Libraries - RIT Archive Collections
Cook, Peter S.
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American Sign Language
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Sculptures in the Air: An Accessible Online Video Repository of the American Sign Language (ASL) Poetry and Literature Collections
Patti Durr deaf media collection
2018-2019 CLIR Grant-ASL Poetry and Literature
New York - Rochester
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