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  • Pub Date: Feb 24, 2012
  • Katherine van Wormer, Ph.D. and Charletta Sudduth, Ph.D. on The HELP, Racism & The Maid Narratives: African American Domestic Workers & The Jim Crow Laws and Jennifer Walsh, Ph.D. on Cultural Wars- The Democrats & The Republicans
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  • Dr. van Wormer is active in the civil rights and peace movements in Chapel Hill, North Carolina and later, in Northern Ireland. Katherine van Wormer continues to work for peace. For two and a half years she worked as an alcoholism counselor in Washington State and Ohio, and for two years served as program director at Vangseter, a treatment center north of Hamar, Norway. Her academic work has been mostly in the area of women in prison and alcoholism treatment. Dr. van Wormer is the author of fourteen books and one of the co-authors of the upcoming book, The Maid Narratives.

    Charletta Sudduth, Ph.D.is an adjunct professor of racial and ethnic studies for the social work department at the University of Northern Iowa. She is also a early childhood consultant in the Waterloo-Iowa school system. Dr. Sudduth is one of the co-authors of the upcoming book, The Maid Narratives.

    Dr. Walsh is a professor of political science. Her areas of teaching emphasis include American government and U.S. political institutions, including Congress, the presidency, the federal judiciary, constitutional law, and state and local politics. Her primary research interests include crime policy, such as the Three Strikes sentencing movement, prosecutorial decision-making, and the implementation of public policy at all levels of government. Walsh's research on California's controversial Three Strikes law has been widely disseminated in the scholarly community and among state lawmakers.