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Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University, School of Public Affairs and Administration and Rutgers School of Medicine.
M.S.W., Fordham University School of Social Work, Tarrytown, New York, l99l.
Ph.D in sociology, SUNY-Binghamton, Binghamton, New York, l984. With distinction.
M.A. in sociology, University of Wisconsin- Madison, l967. With Honors.
B.S. Brandeis University, Waltham, MA., l963. Cum laude.
U.S. Veteran's Hospital, National Centers for Post Traumatic Stress, West Haven, CT. Intern l990-9l. Outpatient psychotherapy with individuals, families and groups.
CLINICAL AND FORENSIC EXPERIENCE
1990- Present. Forensic Social Work Practice. Expert assessment and testimony in U.S.Federal Court, 2nd District and in criminal, civil and family proceedings in Canada, Delaware, Florida, Iowa, New Jersey, New York City (Bronx, Queens and Manhattan), Maryland, Michigan, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and Connecticut Superior Courts in Danbury, Danielson, Fairfield County, Hartford Litchfield, Middletown, Milford, New Haven, Stamford, and Waterbury. Expert testimony upheld in State v. Borelli, 629A.2d ll05, llll (Conn., l993) and in "Knock v. Knock," 621 A.2d 267, 272-73 (Conn. L 993).
1987-1994 Shoreline Mental Health Center. Guilford, CT. Group psychotherapy for men.
Leverhulme Visiting Professor, Department of Sociology & Centre for Research on Families and Relationships (CRFR), University of Edinburgh. Edinburgh, Scotland.
Lecturer to Professor Emeritus, School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA), Rutgers University, Newark. New Jersey.
1995- 2012: Co-Terminus Appointments:
Professor, Women and Gender Studies. Rutgers University, New Brunswick.
Professor, School of Social Work, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.
Professor and Chair, Department of Urban Health Administration. UMDJ School of Public Health (Now, Rutgers Medical School)
Director for Public Health. Rutgers-Newark
Visiting Professor of Public Policy. Escuela Superior de Economía y Negocios (ESEN). San Salvador, El Salvador.
International Fellow. School of Policy Studies, University of Bristol, Bristol, England
Visiting Professor, School of Social Welfare, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, Long Island.
Director of Grants and Human Resources, City of Bridgeport, CT.
Research Associate to Senior Research Scientist, Center for Health Studies and Institution for Social and Policy Studies, Yale University, New Haven, CT.
Fulbright Research Professor of Sociology, University of Essex, Wivenhoe, England.
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT.
Lecturer in Sociology, City College of New York.
NON-ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS (Selected)
US State Department. “US Speaker and Specialist Program.” Violence Against Women. Guest Lecturer/Trainer in Adana, Bursa, Izmir and Mersin Turkey.
US State Department. “US Speaker and Specialist Program” Violence Against Women Lectures and Workshops in Adana, Ankara (US Embassy), Izmir
Nicholson Review Panel, New York City, 2002-2005. (Appointed by 2nd District Federal Judge Jack Weinstein)
Co-Director, Domestic Violence Training Project, Inc. New Haven, CT.
Co-Chair, U.S. Surgeon General’s Special Working Group on Violence Prevention and Public Health.
Administrator, Citizens Community Centers, Minneapolis, Minnesota. .
Senior Planner, ARDA (Agricultural and Rural Development Agency), Government of Canada, Ottawa.
Responsible for evaluating US poverty program for applications to Canada..
2013 Leverhulme Fellowshop
2009 “Choice” Award. American Library Association. For “outstanding academic book reviewed in 2008.”
2008 “Excellence Award,” American Publishers’ Association, for “best book in sociology/social work” published in 2007
2008 Faculty Community Service Award, UMDNJ School of Public Health
2007 New Jersey Advocacy Award (“For outstanding service to New Jersey’s women and children”). New Jersey Coalition for Battered Women.
2006 International Fellow, School of Policy Studies, University of Bristol, Bristol, England
2005 Pro Bono Award for exemplary services to immigrant women. Legal Services Corporation, New York City
2002 Richard Manware Humanitarian Award. “For Groundbreaking Contributions to the Fields of Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment.” Coordinating Council for Children in Crisis Inc.
1997 Best Practices Award: Innovative Domestic Violence Programs in Health Settings. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
1996 Lifetime Achievement Award. Women’s Health Services of Greater New Haven
1996 Dolphin Award “Creating a Health Future for Connecticut.” Awarded to Connecticut Community Health Center’s Domestic Violence Initiative, Evan Stark and Anne Flitcraft, Directors.”
1993 First Annual Trend Setter Award. “For Two Decades of Pioneering Research Contributions to Women’s Health.” National Health Councils.
1995 Sanctity of Life Award. Brandeis University.
1991 Legislative Citation “In Recognition of Outstanding Research on Women’s Health.” Connecticut Legislature.
1990 Governor’s Victim Services Award. “For outstanding individual contributions to the women and children of Connecticut.”
1990 Governor’s Victim Services Award. “For outstanding programmatic contributions to the women and children of Connecticut.”
1985 Founder’s Award. New Haven Project for Battered Women.
PUBLIC SERVICE (Selected)
Connecticut Book Awards (Nonfiction). Judge.
Children's Law Center, Manchester, CT., Advisory Board
Institute for Women's Policy Research, Washington D.C., Executive Board (Emeritus, 2005-present)
State of Connecticut:
Department of Children and Families,
New Haven Regional Working Group, Family Preservation and Support. Appointee
Family Advocacy Program, New London, CT. Evaluator.
Family Violence Outreach Program, New Haven, CT. Evaluator.
Statewide Coordinated Domestic Violence Policy Group. Staff technical consultant.
Department of Mental Health, Trauma Advisory Council.
State of New Jersey
Department of Family and Youth Services
Child Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board, Northern Region
Child Fatality and Near Fatality Review Board, Central New Jersey Region.
“ Improving the response to domestic violence.” Consultant, Trainer.
Department of Community Affairs, Trenton. “Emergency Medicine Guide and Protocol for Domestic Violence Victims.” Consultant.
New Jersey Hospital Association (NJHA). Consultant.
Health Research and Educational Trust of New Jersey, "Medical and Social Management of Care for Victims." Consultant
Newark Police Department, Domestic Violence Response Team, Newark, NJ.
New Jersey State Police and Office of the Attorney General. Personnel. Consultant.
Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA.,
Health and Human Services Panel on Youth Violence.
Injury Control Demonstration Grants. Review Panel.
National Centers for Injury Prevention and Control. Review Panel
National Trauma Surveillance Feasibility Study. Evaluator/Consultant.
Department of Defense. Violence Against Women and Children in U.S. Military. Appointee
Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Secretary:
Office of the U.S. Surgeon General,
Co-Chair. Working Group on Spouse Abuse
Interagency Task Force on Domestic Violence. Consultant.
Interagency Task Force on Child Abuse. Consultant.
U.S. Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect. Consultant.
Maternal and Child Health, Advisory Panel on Futures
National Institutes of Health (NIH). Special Emphasis Panel on Child Neglect. Appointee.
Behavioral and Neurosciences Special Emphasis Panel. Appointee.
National Science Foundation. Violence Review Panel.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
National Low-income Housing Task Force ("Operation Breakthrough").
Department of Justice
Federal Bureau of Investigation. Consultant.
National Institute of Justice. Peer Review Panel, Juvenile Justice;
Special Panel on Violence by Women
Gender Symmetry Workshop. Panel member.,
Research Strategic Planning Workshop. Facilitator.
Office of Justice Planning. Peer Review of Violence Against Women Act
2005-2012. New Jersey Medical School, Center on Injury Prevention and Control.
2002-2004. Centers for Disease Control.. “Domestic Violence Prevention Enhancement and Leadership Through Alliances (DELTA). Mathmatica. Princeton. NJ. Per diem.
1999-2001. New Jersey State Police. “Domestic Violence by New Jersey Police Officers, Prevention and Response.” Program evaluation. Per diem.
1993-1998. Connecticut Health Department. Domestic Violence Training Project. General Support. $l00,000 per annum. Co-Director.
1994-1997. Commonwealth Fund. "Domestic Violence in the Community Health Setting." In conjunction with Connecticut Primary Care Association. $350,000. Co-PI.
1995. Rockefeller Foundation."Assessing the Economic Impact of Domestic Violence." In conjunction with Victim Services, NYC and the Institute for Women's Policy Research. $45,000. Co-PI. .
l990-1992 March of Dimes. “Violence and Pregnancy: A Training Program for Perinatal Care Providers”. $ll,000. Co-Director.
1989-1990. Connecticut Department of Human Resources. “A Proactive Data-base Management System. Principal. $94,000. City of Bridgeport.
1984-1986. William T. Grant Foundation."Job stress and children's Mental health: An ecological approach." Co-PI. $150,000.
1978-1983. National Institutes of Mental Health."Medical contexts and sequelae of domestic violence." NIMH (MH-30868). Co-PI. $385,000. .
1978-1981. Kaiser Family Foundation."A nonmedical approach to health." $600.000. Co-PI.
Eve S. Buzawa, Carol Buzawa & Evan Stark, Responding to Domestic Violence: The Integration of Criminal Justice and Human Services. (5th Edition) Sage. Thousand Oaks, CA. 2017.
Eve Buzawa, Carl Buzawa and Evan Stark, Responding to Domestic Violence: The Integration of Criminal Justice and Human Services (4th Edition) Sage. Thousand Oaks, Ca. 2012.
Evan Stark and Eve Buzawa (Editors). Violence against Women in Families and Relationships: Making and Breaking Connections (a four volume set). Praeger/Greenwood. 2009.
Coercive Control: The Entrapment of Women in Personal Life Oxford U. Press. 2007. Paperback 2009.
Women at Risk: Domestic Violence and Women's Health. Sage, l996. With Anne Flitcraft, MD.
Everything You Need to Know About Teenage Gangs. Rosen, l992. Nominated for National Children’s Book Award.
Everything You Need to Know about Sexual Abuse, Rosen, l987. Second edition, l99l.
Everything You Need to Know about Family Violence, Rosen, l988. Second edition, l99l.
Editor. Everything You Need to Know Series. Rosen: New York, l987-9l. Thirty four books in print. A public health series for pre-adolescents.
Articles and Chapters
‘Current Controversies: Coercive Control’. In C. Renzetti, J. Edleson & R. Bergen (eds.) Sourcebook on Violence against Women. Third Edition. Sage: Thousand Oaks, Ca. 2018. pp 26-29
‘Forward.’ In L. McOrmond Plummer, J. Y. Levy-Peck and P. Easteal (Eds.). Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Sexual Violence. Routledge: London. 2017. xx-xxv.
Policing Partner Abuse and the New Crime of Coercive Control in the United Kingdom. Domestic Violence Report. 21(4) April/May 2016/55-56,65-66.
From Domestic Violence to Coercive Control in the United Kingdom. Domestic Violence Report 21(2). Jan./Feb 2016.
Coercive control in the European Context: The Istanbul Convention. Domestic Violence Report. Nov./Dec. 2015.
Une Re-presentation des Femmes Batteus: Controle-Coercitif et Defense a la Liberte. In Violences les femmes, Les Presses de l’Université du Québec. Quebec CA. 2014. 36-52.
Do Violent Acts Equal Abuse? Resolving the Gender Parity/Asymmetry Dilemma. In C. Raghavan & S. J. Cohen (Eds). Intimate Partner Violence: Diverse Approaches in Dialogue. Northeastern U. Press. Boston. 2013. 79-101.
Failure to Protect: Resolving the Battered Mother’s Dilemma. In C. Raghavan & S. J. Cohen (Eds). Intimate Partner Violence: Diverse Approaches in Dialogue. Northeastern U. Press: Boston. 2013. 200-223.
The Dangerousness of Danger Assessment. Family & Intimate Violence Quarterly 6(2). 13-22. 2013.
Coercive Control. In Nancy Lombard and L. McMillan (Eds). Violence Against Women (Research Highlights in Social Work 56). Jessica Kingsley: London. 2013. 17-35.
Looking Beyond Violence: Policing Coercive Control. Journal of Police Crisis Negotiations 12(2), Nov. 2012 198-213.
Domestic Violence and Health. Respect. (3) 2012. 3-9.
The Dangerousness of Dangerousness Assessment. Domestic Violence Report. 7(12). June/July 2012.
Mapping the Intersection Between Public Law and Public Health: The Case of Domestic Violence. In John Culhane (ed.) Reconsidering Law and Policy Debates: A Public Health Perspective Cambridge U. Press. 2010. 125-152.
Coercive Control. Fatality Review Bulletin. Spring, 2010. 1-6.
Do Violent Acts Equal Abuse? Resolving the Gender Parity/Asymmetry Dilemma. Sex Roles. 62 (3) 2010. 201-211.
Rethinking Coercive Control. In Lisa Brush (ed). Special Issue on Evan Stark’s Coercive Control. Violence Against Women. December 2009 15: 1609-1525.
Child custody decisions in the context of coercive control.” In Mo Hannah & Barry Goldstein, eds., Domestic violence, abuse and child custody: Legal strategies and policy issues. Civic Research Institute: New Jersey, 2009 (11-01-22-32).
Introduction to the Set. In E. Stark and E. Buzawa (eds). Vols. 1-4. Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships. Praeger/Greenwood. 2009. vi-xviii
The Battered Mother’s Dilemma – Child Custody and Coercive Control.” In E. Stark & E. Buzawa (eds.) Volume 2. The Family Context. Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships. Praeger/Greenwood. 2009. 95-126.
Rethinking custody evaluations in domestic violence cases. Journal of Child Custody, 6: 287-321. 2009 .
Comment on Johnson’s ‘Conflict and control: Gender symmetry and asymmetry in domestic violence,” Violence Against Women 12(ll) 2006. l0l9-l026..
Expert testimony in woman battering and its effects. In A. Roberts and A. Spriger, (eds.) Forensic social work in juvenile and criminal justice: An evidence-based handbook. 3rd edition. Charles Thomas publisher. 2006.
From Domestic Violence to Coercive Control—a new way of looking at the dynamics of abuse. SAFE (The Domestic Abuse Quarterly). (l7). Spring, 2006. 11-l5.
Women and children at risk: A feminist perspective on child abuse. In R. Bergen, J. Edleson & C. Renzetti, eds. Violence Against Women: Classic Papers, Pearson. Boston, MA. 2005,244-268
Reconsidering state intervention in domestic violence cases. Social Policy and Society. 5(1) l49-159. 2005
Nicholson v. Williams Revisited: When good people do bad things. Denver University Law Review 82(4). 2005. 691-721.
Insults, injury and injustice: Rethinking state intervention in domestic violence cases, Violence Against Women 10(11), 2004. 1302-1330.
Editor, Review Symposium: Insult to Injury, Violence Against Women. 10 (11). 2004
Gendered violence in the black community. In Darnell Hawkins, ed., Interpersonal violence: The Ethnicity, Race and Class Nexus. Cambridge U. Press. 2003. l7l-l97
The battered mother in the child protective service caseload: Developing an appropriate Response. Women’s Rights Law Reporter. 23(2) 2002. l07-l33.
Expert Report: Nicholson v. Williams. In D. Lansner, ed., Child Abuse, Neglect & the Foster Care System: Effective Social Work and the Legal System, Practising Law Institute, NY: 2002, l89-220.
Expert Testimony on Woman Battering and its Effects. In Al Roberts, ed., Helping Battered Women, 2nd ed., Oxford U. Press. 2002. 2l6-254,
A failure to protect: unraveling the "Battered Mother's Dilemma." Western State University Law Review, Winter, 2000. l0l-l83.
Mandated state interventions, Domestic Violence Report, 6(l), 2000, l, l-l6.
Do mandated interventions contribute to woman battering? Domestic Violence Report, 5 (6), 2000.
Women, Children and Domestic Violence: Current Tensions and Emerging Issues: The role of advocates, guardians and forensic experts in custody and visitation cases. Symposium. Fordham Urban Law Journal, XXVII,3, Feb. 2000. 773-812
Health care intervention with battered women. In The Sourcebook on Violence Against Women, C. Renzetti and J. Edelson, ed. Sage, 2000. 345-369.
Sociology as social work: A case of mis-taken identity. In I. Wallerstein, ed., Mentoring, Methods and Movements, Fernand Braudel Center, SUNY-Binghamton, l998.
Woman Battering. In J.M. Last, ed., Maxcy-Rosenau: Public health and Preventive Medicine. (14th edition) Appleton Century Crofts. Fall, l998. With A. Flitcraft.
Building a domestic violence case, In Estate Planning and Administration l39, l44 (PLI Tax L. & Est. Planning Course Handbook Series No. 27l, l998.
Mandatory arrest of battererd: A reply to its critics. In E.S. Buzawa and C.G. Buzawa, eds., Do Arrests and Restraining Orders Work?, Sage, l996. ll5-l50.
Doing the Work. In Guide to Organizing Your Community To Respond to Family Violence, American Medical Association, l996.
Re-presenting woman battering: From battered woman syndrome to coercive control. Albany Law Review, 58, l995. l0l-l56.
Killing the beast within: woman battering and female suicidality. Int. J. Health Serv. 25(l), l995. 43-64. With A. Flitcraft.
Building a domestic violence case. In A.D. Lopatto and J.C. Neely (es.), Lawyer's Manual on Domestic Violence: Representing the Victim, Supreme Court of the State of New York, l995.
Women and children at risk: a feminist perspective on child abuse." In E. Fee, ed., Women's Health, Politics and Power: Essays on Sex/Gender, Medicine and Public Health. Baywood, New York. l994. 307-33l. With A. Flitcraft.
Discharge planning with victims of domestic violence. Discharge Planning Update, March-April, l994.
Black violence: myths, images and realities. Clearinghouse Review (Nat. Clearinghouse for legal services) 28(4), l994.
Where do we go from here? Building bridges between health and community based services.Voices (The journal of the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence). Feb. l994.
The myth of black violence, Social Work. 38(4). July, l993. 485-49l.
Violence and space, Assemblage: a critical journal of architecture and design culture (20).
In defense of mandatory arrest: A reply to the critics,American Behavioral Scientist, 36(5). May/June, l993. 651-680.
The Myth of Black Violence, USA Today, l20 (2560), January, l992.
Spouse abuse. In J.M. Last, ed., Maxcy-Rosenau: Public health and Preventive Medicine. (13th edition) Appleton Century Crofts. l992. l040-l043. With A. Flitcraft.
Treating women: The social context, The Drug Exposed Newborn: Providing Treatment for Children and Their Families, Proceedings from a conference, The NYC Network on Child Abuse & Neglect.l992.
Framing and reframing battered women. in Fourth Symposium on Violence and Aggression, Proceedings from a conference. U. of Saskatchewan and Regional psychiatric center. Fall, l992.
From Dependency to Empowerment: Violence and Women's Health, Alternatives: Directions in the Nineties to end the abuse of women." Proceedings from a conference, Department of health and welfare, Ottawa, Canada, l992. 8l-l25.
Framing and reframing battered women. In E.Buzawa and C. Buzawa eds., Domestic violence: The Criminal Justice Response. Auburn House, New York/Boston, l992. 271-289.
Spouse abuse. In M. Rosenberg & M.A. Fenley, eds., Violence in America: A Public Health Approach. Oxford U. Press. New York, l99l. 123-158. With A. Flitcraft.
Talking sociology: A sixties fragment. In M. J. Oppenhiemer, M. Murray and R. Levine, Radical Sociologists and the Movement, Temple U. Press, l991. 54-74.
Preventing primary homicide: A reconceptualization." In Dan Levitan, ed., Horrendous death, Health and Well-Being. Aldine. l991. 109-134.
Rethinking homicide: violence, race and the politics of gender, International J. of Health Services, 20 (l), l990. 3-27.
Women and children at risk: A feminist perspective on child abuse. In Delos H. Kelly, ed., Criminal Behavior, St. Martin's Press, l990.
Encounter in exile:an introduction to sociology. In P. Buhle, Ed., History and the new left, Temple U. Press, l990. 160-178.
Spouses, parents and aggression. In A. Cambell, ed., Male and Female, Andromeda, l989. 172-182.
Personal power and institutional victimization: treating the dual trauma of woman battering. In F. Ochberg, ed., Post-traumatic Therapy and Victims of violence. Brunner/Mazel, l988. ll5-l52. With A. Flitcraft.
Not so benign neglect: the medical response to battering. In K. Yllo and M. Bograd, eds., Feminist Perspectives on Wife Abuse. Sage, l988. 249-266. With Demie Kurz
Violence among intimates: an epidemiological review." In V.N. Hasselt et al., eds., Handbook of Family Violence, Plenum, l988. 293-3l9. With A. Flitcraft.
Women and children at risk: A feminist perspective on child abuse. International J. of Health Services. l8(l), l988. 97-ll8. With A. Flitcraft.
Talking sociology: A sixties fragment, Critical Sociology, 15(2), l988. 19-36.
Children and adolescents look at their parents' jobs, J.J. Lewko, ed., New Directions in Child Development, Jossey-Bass, Spring, l987. 3-l9. With C. Piotrokowski.
Violence, homicide, assault and suicide, Am. J. of Preventive Medicine, 3(5) (Supplement). Closing the Gap, Oxford U. Press, NJ, l987.
Woman battering: A prevention oriented approach. In The physician Assistant's Guide to Health Promotion and Disease Prevention, Emory U. School of Medicine, l986. 56-74. With A. Flitcraft.
Interpersonal violence: homicide and spouse abuse. In J.M. Last, ed., Maxcy-Rosenau: Public Health and Preventive Medicine. (12th edition) Appleton Century Crofts, l985. pp. 1399-1425. With M. Rosenberg, et al.
Spouse abuse. In Source book: Surgeon General's Workshop on Violence and Public Health, Washington, D.C., l985. np. With A. Flitcraft.
Woman battering, child abuse and social heredity: what is the relationship? In N. K. Johnson, ed., Marital Violence, Sociological Review Monographs #31, Routledge, Kegan & Paul, l984. 147-172. With A. Flitcraft.
Women and their jobs: implications for well being in the family. Journal of Occupational Nursing, 9(5), l984. 23-29. With C. Piotrokowski.
Social knowledge, social therapy and the abuse of women: The case against patriarchal benevolence. In D. Finkelhor et al., eds., The Dark Side of Families. Sage, l983. 330-349. With A. Flitcraft.
Psychiatric perspectives on the abuse of women. In E. Quitkin and A. Lurie, eds., Spouse Abuse: Identification and Treatment. LI Jewish Hospital, l983. l-l8.
Doctors in spite of themselves: The limits of radical health criticism. International J. of Health Services. 12(3), l982. 419-457.
What is medicine? Radical Science Journal, l2, l982. 46-90.
Medical care as a determinant of wife abuse, Health and medicine, l(3). July, l982.
Health, medicine and the reconditioning process in Cuba, Radical Community Medicine. November, l982. 53-60.
Gangs and progress: The contribution of delinquency to progressive reform. In D. Greenberg, ed., Crime and Capitalism. Mayfield, l98l. 435-48l.
Medicine and patriarchal violence: The social construction of a private event. International J. of Health Services. 9(3), l979. 469-493.
Reprinted in E. Fee, ed., Women and Health, Baywood, l984.
The changing definition of parent participation in Head Start. In E. Zigler and J. Valentine, eds., Head Start: A Social and Political History. Free Press, l979. 29l-315.
E. Stark and B. Fritz, "Delinquency and crime." In D. Jaffe et al., eds., Abnormal Psychology. Harper & Row, l978. 190-201.
The epidemic as a social event, International J. of Health Services. 7(4), l977. 68l-705.
E. Stark and A. Flitcraft, Medicine and patriarchal violence. In Betsy Warrior & L. Leghorn, Houseworker's Handbook, 4th edition, l976. 214-2l9.
"Up from underground: notes on youth culture." In G. Feldman and R. Theilbar, eds., Life styles: Diversity in American life. Little Brown, l97l. 265-272. Reprinted in Background on the New Soldier. Fort Leavenworth, KA., l978.
Amicus Curiae (on behalf of Justice for Children, Washington, D.C.). Accepted 9/25/06. New York Appellate Court, Albany, New York.
The Many Faces of Domestic Violence: A Life-Cycle Approach: A curriculum for The Community Health Centers Deomstic Violence Initiative, Commonwealth Fund, l996.
Measuring the costs of domestic violence against women and the cost-effectiveness of interventions: an initial assessment and proposals for further research. Rockefeller Foundation, With L. Laurence, R.Spalter-Roth, et al., May l996
Domestic Violence: A Guide for Emergency Medical Personnel,Governor's Office of Domestic Violence, Albany, New York. l995.
Domestic Violence: Wife Abuse in the Medical Setting. Office of Domestic Violence, Monograph # 7, l98l. With A. Flitcraft, et. al. 83 pp.
Interview. The Justice Hour. Florida Public Radio. April 16, 2007.
Serving Children Exposed to Domestic Violence: Best Practices,” National video conference. Praxis. August 7, 2006.
“Domestic Violence and Children: What Do We Know?” A Nationally Broadcast Teleconference. Praxis (Duluth, MN.) September 15, 2005.
“Faces for Fear." New Jersey Network, PBS, l996. Gold Globe winner.
"Battered women and health," KOTC/9, Seattle. l995.
"Substance abuse and violence," Nationally televised roundtable
discussion, Daniel Schorr, moderator, December l, l989.
"Battered Wives, Shattered Lives," New Jersey Network, PBS, June l7, l985.
"Saul Alinsky and Community Organzing" (Alinsky and the Indians; Alinsky and the Canadian Youth Corps; Alinsky and Fight Back; Alinsky in Cleveland). Film series and training package, prepared and edited for the Canadian Film Board, Montreal, Canada, l980.
“The War at Home.” Documentary, 1979. Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary
American Journal of Public Health
Domestic Violence Report, Associate Editor.
International Journal of Public Administration
International Review of Administrative Sciences
Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)
Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, Associate Editor.
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Associate Editor
Northwestern University Press.
Oxford University Press
Policy and Politics
Policy Studies Review
Rutgers University Press
Social Policy and Society
University of Toronto Press.
Violence and Victims
Violence Against Women, Associate Editor.
U.S. Task Force on Child Abuse and Neglect, Jacob Javitz Center, NYC, l995.
Re: H. Con. Res. l72, Subcommittee on Administrative Law, Committee on the Judiciary, U.S. House of Representatives, May l5, l990.
Overview of Domestic Violence Research Data, House Select Committee on funding for rape crisis and domestic violence services, Penn. State Legislature, Harrisburg, Feb. 21, l990.
Re: Bill 5205, "An act concerning infants born addicted to drugs," Public Health Committee, CT. Legislature, Feb. l990.
Governor's Special Task Force on Family Violence, Hartford, CT., l986.
U.S. Attorney General's Task Force on Family Violence, New York City, Feburary, l984.
U.S.Federal Court, 2nd District, Brooklyn, NYC; Hartford, CT.; Criminal, civil and family proceedings in Delaware, Iowa, Maryland, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York City (Queens and Manhattan), Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and, in Connecticut Superior Courts in Danbury, Fairfield County, Hartford Superior Court, Litchfield, Middletown, Milford, New Haven, Stamford, and Waterbury. Expert testimony upheld by Connecticut Supreme Court in State v. Borelli, 629 A.2d ll05, llll (Conn., l993) and in "Knock v. Knock," 621 A.2d 267, 272-73 (Conn. l993). Case list on request.
 Golden Globe Award for Best Documentary.