Critchlow, Donald T.
CRITCHLOW, Donald T.
CRITCHLOW, Donald T. American, b. 1948. Genres: History, Politics/Government. Career: University of California-Berkeley, teaching assistant, 1974; University of California, Institute of Industrial Relations, research assistant, 1975; San Francisco State University, acting instructor in History, 1976; University of California-Berkeley, acting instructor in Environmental Studies, 1977; North Central College, Napierville, IL, assistant professor of History, 1978-81; University of Dayton, assistant professor of History, 1981-83; University of Notre Dame, assistant professor, associate professor, both of History, 1983-91; Saint Louis University, department of history chair, professor, 1991-. Publications: The Brookings Institution, 1916-1952, Expertise and the Public Interest in a Democratic Society, 1985; (with W. Rorabaugh) America! A Concise History, 1994; Studebaker: The Life and Death of an American Corporation, 1996; The Serpentine Way: Family Planning Policy in Postwar America: Elites, Agendas, and Political Mobilization, 1997. EDITOR: Socialism in the Heartland: The Midwestern Experience, 1890-1920, 1986; (with E. Hawley) Federal Social Policy: The Historical Dimension, 1989; (with Hawley) Poverty and Public Policy in Modern America, 1989; A History of the United States, 1995; The Politics of Abortion and Birth Control in Historical Perspective, 1996. Address: Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars, 1000 Jefferson Dr. SW, Washington, DC 20560, U.S.A.