Deaf Heritage Centre > Library
Welcome to the Deaf Heritage Centre Library
The DHC Library is a treasure trove of books, articles and documents pertaining to Deaf history, culture, education, sign language, linguistics, folklore and much more. Become a member today and gain access to our rich library of books and our fascinating archives.
Opening Times: Monday to Thursday 11am to 3pm
• The library is for DHC members only.
• To become a member fill out our Membership Application Form
• Please make an appointment before arriving at the DHC
• Request a book online from the DHC Library Catalogue
• Books cannot leave the DHC building at anytime
• Only one book at a time please!
• Photocopying is available
• Please keep our library quiet
• No food or drinks
Launch of the Deaf Heritage Centre Library
The Deaf Heritage Centre Library was launched by Dr. John Bosco Conama of the Centre for Deaf Studies, Trinity College, Dublin. We at the DHC would like to thank Desmond Murphy and Dominic McGreal for ensuring the establishment of the library.
What’s in our Library?
- A collection of old letters, documents, minutes, AGM Reports, correspondence letters etc from Deaf organisations.
- Most documents are very old and preserved to keep the records from early 19th to 21st centuries.
- If the student or scholar wants to research the document they need a proof letter from the university or an approval from the Deaf Heritage Centre Board.
- The DHC library also holds a collection of Deaf magazines from Deaf organisations around in the world. These include:
- Irish Deaf Journal/News – Irish Deaf Society
- Links/Deaf Matters – Deafhear
- Conact Magazines – Stan Foran
- St. Joseph’s Annual Book – St. Joseph’s School for Deaf Boys
- Deaf magazines from Europe, USA, Australia, Asia, etc..