Answered By: Bonggun Baek Last Updated: Sep 22, 2016 Views: 4
To find books, you can use our library catalog at http://library.fuller.edu/
Put keywords like "deaf culture church history" into the search box and click on the magnifier.
Try also “deaf community” instead of “deaf culture,” etc.
You might notice that no a lot of books were written on this subject yet.
Therefore, you might want to change your keyword to subject terms such as "su:Church work with the deaf" or "su:Deaf Religious life.' in the search box.
To find articles, you can use our research databases at http://library.fuller.edu/alldatabases/
Put "ATLA religion" in the search box and click on the magnifier icon.
Once the ATLA Religion menu appears, click on it.
You might be promoted to provide your Fuller ID and password if you access these databases remotely.
Once you are connected, try keyword search(s).
In case you do not have relevant hits, I encourage you to use ProQuest Religion by following the steps outlined above.
Feel free to follow up on this message if you need any further help.