Museums

American School for the Deaf (ASD) Museum

Country: United States of America

Description: The oldest permanent school for the Deaf in the USA, at Hartford, Connecticut

 

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Brother Leothard Deaf Museum

Country: Belgium

Description: This museum contains archives of deaf schools and Deaf associations

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Deaf Education Museum of the Netherlands

Country: Netherlands

Description: This deaf education museum in the Netherlands is housed in a historical building that once was a deaf school

 

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Deaf History Museum Virginia

Country: United States of America

Description: Founded by the Virginia Association of the Deaf

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Døvehistorisk museum i Bergen Døvesenter

Country: Norway

Description: Deaf history museum at the Deaf Centre in Bergen

 

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The Finnish Museum of the Deaf

Country: Finland

Description: National museum on the history of the Deaf in Finland, located in Helsinki

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Indiana School for the Deaf

Country: United States of America

Description: The Indiana Deaf History Museum is located on the first floor of Alumni Hall on the campus of the Indiana School for the Deaf

 

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Kelston Deaf Education Centre

Country: New Zealand

Description: This school has a Museum Room that shows how students lived in the school from the 1960s

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The Kenneth Brasel Museum

Country: United States of America

Description: Located at the New Mexico School for the Deaf in Santa Fe

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Musée d'Histoire et de Culture des Sourds 

Country: France

Description: This museum, at Louhans, France, offers multi-layered coverage of the history of Deaf culture, the Deaf community, and sign language, with a special focus on Ferdinand Berthier, 19th century Deaf rights and Signed Language rights pioneer

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Musée-Patrimoine des Sourds de Rouen et de Normandie 

Country: France

Description: Housed in Rouen, France, at the Association des Sourds de la Métropole Rouen-Normandie (ASMRN), this museum preserves the Deaf history of Rouen and Normandy with a special focus on Louis Capon, early French Deaf teacher, school director and Deaf community leader, and Georges Bellais, Deaf community leader

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Russian Museum of Deaf Education

Country: Russia

Description: This is the website of the "School Museum of History of Russian Deaf-and-Dumb Pedagogy" in Russia.

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Texas School for the Deaf Museum

Country: United States of America

Description: At Austin, Texas, the museum in the Heritage Center is housed in the oldest campus building.

Contact: heritage.center@tsd.state.tx.us

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