L-R Lynn Comerford and Patricia Drew, assistant professors of human development
CSUEB professors contribute to first ever Motherhood encyclopedia
- June 22, 2010 5:55am
Lynn Comerford and Patricia Drew, both assistant professors of human development, contributed to the first ever book on the topic, Encyclopedia of Motherhood. The three volume set is a compilation of over 700 scholarly articles published on almost every motherhood theme imaginable.
Comerford contributed articles on Patricia Hill Collins, co-parenting and the father’s rights movement. Drew authored articles on Oregon (as related to motherhood) and self identity.
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