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Clifton Carbin has been a continuous DHI member since DHI's establishment in 1991. He has served DHI in a variety of roles such as a DHI Bureau Member-at-Large from 2015-2018, the DHI Newsletter Editor from 2012-2015, the General Chair of the 8th DHI Conference held in 2012 in Toronto, Canada, and as a Planning Committee Member from 1990-1991 for the First International Conference on Deaf History held in 1991 at Wahsington, D.C., USA.
He is a published author of two historical books, Deaf Heritage in Canada: A Distinctive, Diverse, and Enduring Culture (1996), and Samuel Thomas Greene: A Legend in the Nineteenth Century Deaf Community (2005).
He is currently retired and devoting more time to occasional research and writing, specializing in Canadian Deaf historical subjects, and to explore old and new pursuits like travelling.