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Edwards, R.A.R. Deaf Players in Major League Baseball. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2020. Print. «
Edwards, R.A.R., Michael Brown, and Tina Lent. "Remembering Kate Gleason: Introducing a Twentieth-Century Businesswoman to Twenty-First Century Students." The Seneca Falls Dialogues Journal 2. (2017): 0-0. Web. *
Edwards, R.A.R. "Saying It Was So: Exploring the Black Sox Scandal." Rev. of The Black Prince of Baseball and The Betrayal, by Don Dewey, Nick Acocella, and Charles Fountain. Reviews in American History Mar. 2017: 117-119. Print. ˜
Edwards, R.A.R. Language, Culture, Communities: 200 Years of Impact by the American School for the Deaf. 28 Apr. 2017. Connecticut Historical Society, Hartford. Exhibit.
Edwards, R.A.R. "200 Years of Innovation: The Legacy of the American School for the Deaf." for Language, Culture, Communities: 200 Years of Impact by the American School for the Deaf. Connecticut Historical Society. Hartford, CT. 13 Jul. 2017. Guest Lecture.
Edwards, R.A.R. "No Dummy: The Brief Career of Dick Sipek." Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture. National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. Cooperstown, NY. 1 Jun. 2017. Conference Presentation.
Decker, Rebecca Edwards, Michael Brown, Juilee. When Rochester Was Royal: Professional Basketball in Rochester, 1945-1957. By Apr. 2016. Sunken Gallery in the Wallace Center, Rochester,NY. Exhibit.
Edwards, R.A.R. "A Tale of Two Umpires; Or, Restoring the Legacy of Dummy Hoy." A Tale of Two Umpires; Or, Restoring the Legacy of Dummy Hoy 23. 2 (2015): 1-32. Print. «
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Edwards, Rebecca. Words Made Flesh: Nineteenth-Century Deaf Education and the Growth of Deaf Culture. New York, NY: New York University Press, 2012. Print. *
Edwards, Rebecca. "No Dummies: Deafness, Baseball, and American Culture." Sign Language Studies 12. 2 (2012): 171-187. Print. *
Edwards, Rebecca. "Seeing the Signs: Doing Deaf History at Holy Cross and Beyond." Inauural lecture for the series "Opening Doors: 40 Years of Women at Holy Cross". College of the Holy Cross. Worcester, MA. 20 Sep. 2012. Address.