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Tamar Heller, Sarah Parker Harris & Jeannie Zwick

In: Disability Through the Life Course

Chapter 4: Biographies of Key Contributors in the Field

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Biographies of Key Contributors in the Field
Biographies of key contributors in the field
TamarHeller
Sarah ParkerHarris
JeannieZwick

A large number of individuals have made significant contributions to the study of disability issues through the life course. The biographical sketches in this chapter, presented in alphabetical order, profile some of those individuals and their contributions.

Adrienne Asch
American Bioethicist Specializing in Issues of Reproduction and Disability

Adrienne Asch attended Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, earning a bachelor's degree in philosophy in 1969. During her undergraduate years, she was an active participant in the antiwar and civil rights protests of the era. Asch pursued graduate study at Columbia University, earning a master's degree in social work in 1973. Afterward, she worked for the New York State Division of Human Rights, served on the New ...

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