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Below is the list of Judy Trolander's past and current research and publications:

 

Publications: Professionalism and Social Change: From the Settlement House Movement to Neighborhood Centers, 1886 to the Present (New York: Columbia University Press, 1987); Settlement Houses and the Great Depression (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1975) to be digitally reprinted by Cornell University in 2006; “Gender Discrimination Litigation in Higher Education: the United States and England” to be published in Forum on Public Policy: A Journal of the oxford Round Table (Vol. 1, No. 1);
“ Lillian Wald: Meeting the Needs of Neighborhoods, 1893-1933" in The Human Tradition in Urban America, ed. Roger Biles (Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 2002), 103-118;
“ Fighting Racism and Sexism: The Council on Social Work Education,” Social Service Review 71, no. 1 (March 1997), 110-134; “Introduction to the Transaction Edition,” The Settlement Horizon by Robert A. Woods and Albert J. Kennedy (New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 1990), vii-xxiii; “From Settlement Houses to Neighborhood Centers: A History of the Settlement House Movement in the United States,” Hundred Years of Settlement and Neighborhood Centres in North America and Europe, ed. Herman Nijenhuis (Utrecht: GAMMA, 1986), 41-56; “Social Change: Settlement Houses and Saul Alinsky, 1939-1965,” Social Service Review 56, no. 3 (September 1982), 345-365; “The Response of Settlements to the Great Depression,” Social Work 18, no. 5 (September 1973), 92-102; “Twenty Years at Hiram House,” Ohio History 78 (Winter 1969), 25-38, 69-71; “Hull-House and the Settlement House Movement: A Centennial Reassessment,” Journal of Urban History 17, no. 4 (August 1991), 410-420.

Book reviews: Helping Others: Power, Giving and Community Identity in Cleveland, Ohio, 1880-1930 by Laura Tuennerman-Kaplan, Journal of American History, June 2003, 255-56; Housing and the Democratic Ideal: The Life and Thought of Charles Abrams by A. Scott Henderson and From the Puritans to the Projects: Public housing and Public Neighbors by Lawrence J. Vale, Journal of American History, December 2001, 1161-62; Tales of Wayward Girls and Immoral Women: Case Records and Professionalization of Social Work by Karen Tice, American Historical Review, October 1999, 1320-21; Regulating a New Society: Public Policy and Social Change in America, 1900-1933 by Morton Keller, American Historical Review, February 1996, 243; and thirteen other book reviews.

Conference Papers and Comments: “ Retirees Head South: The Origins of Active Adult, Age-Restricted Retirement Communities and the Snowbird Lifestyle” to be presented at the Organization of American Historians Regional Conference, 6-8 July 2006, Lincoln, Nebraska; “Internationalizing U.S. History in the Classroom,” Organization of American Historians’ Midwest Regional Conference. Ames, Iowa: 4 August 2000; “The Effects of Gender Discrimination Litigation on Academia: The Rajender Consent Decree,” Organization of American Historians. Toronto, Ontario, Canada: 23 April 1999 and thirty-three other presentations, including comments, chairing, and a poster session.

 

 

 

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