@ Jan Marie Fritz

@  Jan Marie Fritz, a professor at the University of Cincinnati (US), is a fellow (2012-13) with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars in Washington, DC.  She is a senior research fellow with the University of Johannesburg (South Africa) and a mediator of special education cases for the Department of Education in the state of Kentucky (US).  Jan is an RC26 board member, president of RC46 Clinical Sociology and an executive committee member of the ISA.  She is a former (2006-2010) ISA vice president for finance and a former (2011-2012) Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Human Rights and International Studies at the Danish Institute for Human Rights.  Jan Marie Fritz has published “The Importance of Creativity in Clinical Sociology” in Anastasia-Valentine Rigas (ed.) Creativity: Psychology of Art and Literature in Social Clinical Perspectives (Athens: Publications Gutenberg, 2012); “Practicing Sociology: Clinical Sociology and Human Rights” in D. Brunsma, K. Smith and B. Gran (eds.) the Handbook of Sociology and Human Rights (Boulder, Colorado: Paradigm,  2012); and “Including Sociological Practice: A Global Perspective and the U.S. Case” in D. Kalekin-Fishman and A. Denis (eds.) The Shape of Sociology for the Twenty-First Century (London: Sage, 2012).  Jan’s book, International Clinical Sociology, won the 2012 Distinguished Scholarly Book Award from the ISA’s clinical sociology research division (RC46).  Contact: jan.fritz@uc.edu.

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