Kincheloe, Pamela J
Pamela J. Kincheloe, Ph.D., is an associate professor who writes and teaches in the fields of deaf literature, writing, and science, technology and values at the Rochester Institute of Technology/National Technical Institute for the Deaf in Rochester, New York, U.S.
The Shape of Air: American Sign Language as Narrative Prosthesis in 21st Century North American MediaArticlesThe word “prosthetic” has its origins as a mathematical term. According to scholar Brandon W. Hawk, Plato uses the words prosthesis and prostithenai in Phaedo to mean "addition, add to, to place", and Aristotle uses it in a similar, algebraic sense in the Metaphysics. Later, as the word appears in classical Latin, it is used as...Read more