ASL Poetry Reading with Noah Buchholz

Noah Buchholz

Join us Wednesday, April 19, at 7 pm, for an evening of signed performance poetry. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition Christine Sun Kim: Oh Me Oh My, Noah Buchholz, a performance artist, translator, and scholar, will perform American Sign Language (ASL) poetry.

The program will include English and ASL interpretation.

About Noah Buchholz

Noah Buchholz is an American Sign Language performing artist, translator, and scholar. He is a Lecturer in the Humanities Council and Program in Linguistics at Princeton University, teaching courses in ASL and Deaf studies. He also is a Ph.D. candidate in Religion & Society at Princeton Theological Seminary. His research interests include political theology, disability/Deaf studies, and postcolonial/decolonial theory. He travels internationally presenting his ASL literary works and has been involved in numerous ASL translation projects. One of his latest published works is the ASL poem The Moonlight, whose English translation by the DeafBlind poet John Lee Clark is published in Poetry and John Lee Clark’s book How to Communicate. Many of his ASL literary works are based on his own experiences of growing up as a Deaf individual and his Deaf family’s stories that have been passed down three generations.

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