Currently on the faculty of the Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Radin also edits the Georgetown University Press series, Public Management and Change. Her extensive career includes a stint as president of the Association of Public Policy Analysis and as a senior Fulbright Lecturer in India. Her contributions to public policy have been recognized with the John Gaus Award in 2012, the 2009 H. George Frederickson Award for lifetime achievement, and many others. The author of dozens of articles, chapters, and books, Radin now tells her own story. As she traces her extraordinary path from the small Jewish community of Aberdeen, South Dakota, to the life of an academic and public policy expert in Washington, Radin surveys nearly eighty years of changes in personal and American history, offering telling observations on feminism, civil rights, and activism.
Beryl Radin - Leaving South Dakota: a Memoir of a Jewish Feminist Academic
Sunday, March 5, 2017 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
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