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Harlan Lane, Northeastern professor who studied and championed deaf culture, 82

As a psychologist, writer, and advocate for those who are unable to hear, Harlan Lane had a way of focusing quickly and concisely on what was at …Read more





Harlan Lane Northeastern professor who studied and championed deaf culture 82

As a psychologist writer and advocate for those who are unable to hear Harlan Lane had a way of focusing quickly and concisely on what was at stake for the deaf community which he championed as its own distinct ethnic group with a vibrant culture
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Harlan Lane Vigorous Advocate for Deaf Culture Dies at 82

He was hired in 1974 by Northeasterns psychology department as its chairman a position he held until 1979 and a professor He would in time help start its ASL program and establish a research laboratory that studied speech and language
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There is a scene early in Dead Certain Robert Drapers book about President Bush when the Bush campaign reeling from its loss to John McCain in New Hampshire in the 2000 primary is plotting its moves for a do-or-die struggle in South Carolina
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