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By Susan Plann

This well timed, vital, and often dramatic tale happens in Spain, for the straightforward cause that Spain is the place language used to be first systematically taught to the deaf. guideline is believed to have started within the mid-sixteenth century in Spanish monastic groups, the place the priests below vows of silence hired a well-established process of signed communications. Early within the 1600s, deaf schooling entered the area of personal tutors, laymen without use for guide indicators who endorsed oral guide for his or her students. Deaf young children have been taught to talk and lip-read, and this type of deaf schooling, which has been the topic of controversy ever given that, unfold from Spain during the world.Plann exhibits how altering conceptions of deafness and language always encouraged deaf guideline. Nineteenth-century advances introduced new possibilities for deaf scholars, yet on the finish of what she calls the preprofessional period of deaf schooling, deaf humans have been disempowered simply because they have been barred from the educating career. The Spanish deaf neighborhood to at the present time exhibits the results of the exclusion of deaf academics for the deaf.The questions raised by means of Plann's narrative expand well past the background of deaf schooling in Spain: they observe to different minority groups and deaf cultures all over the world. At factor are where of minority groups in the higher society and, finally, our tolerance for human variety and cultural pluralism.

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Three decades later, however, when deaf education became the province of professional educators, deaf instructors were banned from the classrooma decision from which deaf education in Spain has yet to recover. The exclusion of deaf people from academic teaching positions continued throughout the nineteenth century and well into the twentieth, and even today, in all of Spain there exists but a handful of deaf teachers of deaf children (see note 1 of the epilogue). The epilogue examines the situation of deaf people in Spain today.

1 The shame of an "imperfect" offspring Page 14 was best hidden from the public eye, for the birth of such a child was taken as proof of God's disfavor toward human depravity, the sins of the parents visited upon their children. 2 Thus, Pedro and Francisco de Velasco were sent to Oña, where they donned Benedictine robes and prepared to live out their lives among the monks. 4 For the Velascos, as for other noble families, marriage among relatives had long provided a means of increasing wealth and influence while avoiding dispersion of familial holdings.

Haz que sean seguros los puentes del diálogo e intenta comprender y amar las diversas razones y las hablas de tus hijos. Remember this always, Spain. Make the bridges of dialogue secure, and try to comprehend and love your children's different ways of thinking and their different languages. Salvador Espriu, 1960 Page ix Contents List of Illustrations xi Acknowledgments xiii Introduction 1 1 On the Hands of the Monks: The Sixteenth Century 13 2 Out of the Monastery: The Seventeenth Century 36 3 The First Shall Be Last: The Eighteenth Century 68 4 The "Entirely Spanish Art" Returns to Its Homeland: 17951805 98 5 The War of Independence Disrupts the Teaching: Background and Conflict, 18051814 122 6 Return to Oralism and Descent into Chaos: 18441835 156 Page x Conclusion 187 Epilogue 193 Notes 201 Bibliography 279 Index 309 Page xi Illustrations Figures 1.

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