A Narrative Interview with Ann Hartman Part Three: Keeping the Social in Social Work

  • Joshua Miller Associate Professor and Chair of the Social Policy Sequence, School of Social Work, Smith College

Abstract

Ann Hartman has been a leader in the social work profession through her practice, administration, scholarship and service to the profession. In this third part of a narrative interview she recalls her tenure as Dean of Smith College School for Social Work, her work as Editor-in-Chief of Social Work, and her many speaking engagements throughout the country. She describes her teaching and writing projects during her "retirement" She reflects back over her rich and distinguished career and looks ahead to challenges facing the profession.

 

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