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Markusen, Eric

MARKUSEN, Eric

MARKUSEN, Eric. American, b. 1946. Genres: Bibliography, Military/ Defense/Arms control, Sociology. Career: Neighborhood House, St. Paul, MN, youth worker, 1967-72, program director at Camp Owendigo, 1972; Macalester College, St. Paul, visiting instructor in sociology and anthropology, 1972; State of Idaho, Department of Environmental and Community Services, Kellogg, youth service worker, 1973-74; Wolf Lake Refuge Residential Treatment Center, McGregor, MN, intake director and court services liaison, 1977-79; University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minneapolis, instructor in sociology, 1980-82; Southwest State University, Marshall, MN, assistant professor of sociology, 1983-85; Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, assistant professor of sociology, 1985-88; Carthage College, Kenosha, WI, associate professor of sociology and social work, 1988-90; Southwest State University, associate professor, 1990-92, professor of sociology and social work, 1992-, director of Social Work Program, 1990-. University of Manitoba, research assistant at Centre for Settlement Studies, 1972; University of California, San Diego, research associate, 1978; Princeton University, research assistant at Center for Energy and Environmental Studies, 1980; Yale Unviersity, research associate in psychiatry, 1981; University of Wisconsin-River Falls, visiting instructor, 1981; speaker at colleges and universities worldwide. Publications: (with R. Fulton, G. Owen, K. Krohn, and J. Carlson) Death, Grief, and Bereavement: A Bibliography, 1945-75, 1976; (with R.J. Lifton) The Genocidal Mentality: Nazi Holocaust and Nuclear Threat, 1990; (with D. Kopf) The Holocaust and Strategic Bombing: Genocide and Total War in the Twentieth Century, 1995. EDITOR: (with Fulton, Owen, and J. Scheiber) Death and Dying: Challenge and Change, 1978; (with S. Lakoff, J. Leifer, and R. Bee) Science and Ethical Responsibility, 1980; (with J. Harris) Nuclear Weapons and the Threat of Nuclear War, 1986. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Social Work Program, Southwest State University, Marshall, MN 56258, U.S.A.

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