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Boehmer, Ulrike 1959-

BOEHMER, Ulrike 1959-

PERSONAL:

Born August 9, 1959, in Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Germany; daughter of Franz (a house painter) and Claire (Kalker) Boehmer; companion of Angela Radan (a psychologist). Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Technische Hochschule Darmstadt, Staatsexamen, 1984; Boston College, M.A., 1995, Ph.D., 1997.

ADDRESSES:

Home—76 Garfield St., No. 4, Cambridge, MA 02138. Office—Center for Health Quality, Outcomes, and Economic Research, Boston University, 200 Springs Rd., Bldg. 70, Bedford, MA 01730. E-mail—[email protected].

CAREER:

Boston University, Boston, MA, instructor, 1997-2000, assistant professor at Center for Health Quality, Outcomes, and Economic Research, Bedford, MA, 2000—.

WRITINGS:

(With Ilse Kokula) Die Welt gehört uns doch! Zusammenschluss lesbischer Frauen in der Schweiz der 30er Jahre, eFeF-Verlag (Bern, Switzerland), 1991.

The Personal and the Political: Women's Activism in Response to the Breast Cancer and AIDS Epidemics, State University of New York Press (Albany, NY), 2000.

BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:

PERIODICALS

Library Journal, April 15, 2000, Barbara M. Bibel, review of The Personal and the Political: Women's Activism in Response to the Breast Cancer and AIDS Epidemics, p. 116.

NWSA Journal, fall, 2002, Rebecca Lovell Scott, review of The Personal and the Political, p. 215.

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