Noah Buchholz: American Sign Language Performing Artist
Noah's Blog www.noahbuchholz.com
Tue, Mar 30 2010
Wheaton College ASL Chapel 2008: ASL Poetic Story...
Noah's Blog Wheaton College ASL Chapel 2008 (Part 1 of 3). An ASL poetic story created by Noah Buchholz, consisting of a handshape poem and an ABC poem.www.wheaton.edu/wetn/
Sun, Feb 08 2009
We are Deaf: One and Many
Noah's Blog My part of the project "We are Deaf: One and Many" (closed captioned).
Sun, Jan 25 2009
ASL ABC Poem: The Inauguration of Obama
Noah's Blog An ABC poem inspired by the inauguration of Obama.
Tue, Jan 20 2009
Deaf People Can Do Everything, EVEN Hear
Noah's Blog I'm trying not to be too romantic or realistic with this. The argument the Deaf uses against the audists, "Deaf people can do everything, expect hear", seems weak to me. I believe that Deaf people can hear, but simply in a different way than how hearing people hear.
Fri, Apr 25 2008
My Thoughts on Sweet Nothing In My Ear
Noah's Blog Also, I forgot to add that Deaf people should realize that not only hearing parents refuse to accept that their Deaf children cannot hear in the same way they hear, but also Deaf parents with their hard-of-hearing or hearing children. On the bottom of line, all parents, both Deaf and hearing, ought to accept who their children truly are.
Mon, Apr 21 2008
Double, Double Toil and Trouble in Milwaukee!
Noah's Blog We need to discuss more about what exactly is the big vision we want to achieve for the future of our deaf children. One particular thing nobody can deny that it is capable of shattering our vision very easily is the infection AG Bell Association and other audist organizations are spreading all over the country.
Mon, Mar 03 2008
A Response to Carl Schroeder's "Residential School for the...
Noah's Blog My two concerns about residential school for the deaf focus on family relationship and what most deaf schools have to offer. Carl Schroeder's "Residential School for the Deaf..."
Sun, Mar 02 2008
DBC: College Students
Noah's Blog We need to consider hearing college students as DBC's one of the most important(perhaps THE most) targets.
Fri, Nov 30 2007
ASL Poem: The Old Man
Noah's Blog ASL Poem (A to Z and vice versa)I tell the story. You decide its meaning.Feel free to share what you think the story is about.
Mon, Nov 26 2007
Deafness Separates Us from People... Your Choice
Noah's Blog Does deafness separates us from people? It is truly your choice, gentlemen and ladies.Please do not hesitate to discuss your opinion here. I want to make clear that this message focuses on the Deaf, not blind people. Let them sepak for themselves. I do not intend to make any message about them. If you want to express your opinion about "blindness separates us from [...]
Thu, Aug 30 2007
ASL Storytelling: The Unlucky Man
Noah's Blog Once there was a man who lived in a beautiful log cabin. He seemed to have everything but...Finally, I'm back. I have been so busy with finals, graduating from high school, and preparing for my trip to Romania and Moldova. I hope to update my blog more often this time. God bless!
Fri, Jun 15 2007
The Mask of Benevolence: In Response to Jay's Vlog
Noah's Blog Jay's vlog reminds me of the mask of benevolence and teaches us how it does not only apply to the relationship between the hearing and deaf, but also the relationships among the deaf and other minority groups. Jay's Vlog
Fri, May 04 2007
Changing Country Signs: Follow-Up
Noah's Blog My response to Kim's vlog and some comments in regard to changing country signs.
Tue, May 01 2007
Changing Signs for Countries: Good or Bad?
Noah's Blog Should we change ASL signs for different countries in order to show our respect, or keep all original signs?
Thu, Apr 26 2007
HOW DO I SIGN THIS?!?!: Follow-up
Noah's Blog Noah suggests two theories in regard to how different regional signs were born.
Sun, Apr 22 2007
HOW DO I SIGN THIS?!?!
Noah's Blog My shortest vlog ever! I make it under unbelieveable two minutes! I'm getting better at it!
Fri, Apr 20 2007
A Modest Proposal=A Meaningful Joke
Noah's Blog In this vlog, Noah discusses how his previous vlog, "A Modest Proposal", is a meaningful joke. John F. Egbert's VlogJoey Baer's VlogAidan Mack's Vlog
Wed, Apr 18 2007
A Modest Proposal
Noah's Blog FOR PREVENTING THE DEAF POPULATION ALL OVER THE WORLD FROM BEING A BURDEN TO THE HEARING POPULATION, AND FOR MAKING THEM BENEFICIAL TO THE PUBLIC Jonathan Swift's A Modest Proposal
Sun, Apr 15 2007
Discrimination Against Deaf in Debate and Forensics
Noah's Blog In this ASL vlog, Noah shares his personal experiences of people discriminating against him in debate and forensics. Click here to see a debate about whether if a deaf student should be allowed to participate National Forensics League or not. If you want to learn more about National Forensics League, click here.
Sun, Mar 25 2007
Another Irony in Deaf Education
Noah's Blog Noah discusses another irony in Deaf Education in this ASL vlog.
Fri, Mar 23 2007
The Lux Forum: Clarifications
Noah's Blog I clarify three important things about the Lux Forum in this video:The Lux Forum is not only for Christians How to easily particpate the forum There will be posts that are unrelated to the forumIf you do not want to watch all of my video, but want to know how to access the forum... see belowHOW TO EASILY PARTICIPATE THE FORUMIf you want to reponse to my vlog, there [...]
Tue, Feb 20 2007
A Lecture on the Modern Deaf Culture
Noah's Blog YOUR HELP IS NEEDED!I am asked to give a two-hour lecture on the modern deaf culture for an interpreters workshop this Saturday. It would be great if you can give me some suggestions how I can improve the outline of my lecture. Thank you!Please click the below link to see my [...]
Tue, Feb 20 2007
The Lux Forum: Dr. Kreeft's "A bear, a trap, a hunter, and...
Noah's Blog An American Sign Language translation of Dr. Kreeft's "A bear, a trap, a hunter, and God" analogy. Dr. Kreeft uses this analogy to illustrate the relationship between humankind and God.Bibliography:The Case for FaithBy: Lee Strobel [...]
Tue, Feb 20 2007
Some things are best expressed in ASL, others in English
Noah's Blog In this vlog, I present the idea of "some things are best expressed in ASL, others in English", discuss how it is truly an advantage to those who know both ASL and English, and point out how it is neither formally recognized nor defined. [...]
Fri, Feb 16 2007
The Lux Forum: Introduction
Noah's Blog Corrections: Pseudo names (not pesudo names) "SLCC=Fear of ASL... not SLCC=Fear of Gallaudet)Below is Carl Schroeder's "SLCC=Fear of ASL (at gallaudet)" vlog.The first discussion for this forum hopefully will be posted by this Sunday. [...]
Thu, Feb 08 2007
There's no reason not to!
Noah's Blog Approximately how many times you use a search engine on the Internet everyday? One? Two? Ten? I personally use a search engine roughly 10 times daily, 50 times when I absolutely have nothing to do, and 1,000 times on the night before my research paper due. Suppose every search you make donate a cent to Deaf International. That?s a lot of money, isn?t it? Know what? [...]
Sat, Jan 20 2007
John 3:16 in Romania, Russia, and America SL
Noah's Blog From Left to Right: Romania SL, Russia Sl, and America SLIsn't it amazing, huh? It was so great to see how three groups with diffrent sign langauges work together well. Please pray that this will happen again for our next trip becasue we once again will be working with those same groups. [...]
Sat, Jan 20 2007
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