Fitzpatrick, Mary Anne
FITZPATRICK, Mary Anne
FITZPATRICK, Mary Anne. American, b. 1949. Genres: Communications/Media, Human relations/Parenting. Career: O'Hara High School, social studies teacher, 1971-72; Emerson College, Boston, MA, debate coach and instructor, 1972-73; West Virginia University, Morgantown, teaching assistant in educational psychology, 1973-74; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, assistant professor of communications, 1976-78; University of Wisconsin-Madison, assistant professor, 1978-81, associate professor, 1981-84, professor of communications, 1984-, director of Center for Communication Research, 1980-, department head, 1993-, Vilas Associate in social science, 1989-91. Visiting professor, University of Texas, 1983, University of Nebraska, 1984, George Washington University, 1987-88, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1988, University of Iowa, 1990, and University of Kansas, 1992; New Mexico State University, distinguished visiting professor, 1987; lecturer at colleges and universities in the United States and Australia. Publications: Between Husbands and Wives: Communication in Marriage, 1988; (with Noller) Communication in Family Relationships, 1993. EDITOR & CONTRIBUTOR: (with P. Noller) Perspectives on Marital Interaction (monograph), 1988; (with T. Edgar and V. Freimuth) AIDS: A Communication Perspective, 1992; Work represented in anthologies. Contributor of articles and reviews to communications and social science journals. Address: Department of Communication Arts, 6110 Vilas Communication Hall, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 821 University Ave., Madison, WI 53706, U.S.A.