Teaching Language to a Boy Born Deaf: The Popham Notebook and Associated Texts

Oxford University Press (2017)

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Jaap Maat
University of Amsterdam
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An edition of the recently discovered notebook used in the seventeenth-century by John Wallis to teach language to the 'deaf mute' Alexander Popham, who could not inherit unless he could speak - one of the most famous cases in the history of deaf education. David Cram and Jaap Maat place the work in its personal, social, and scientific contexts.
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