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Mark Stern, Fellowship Mentor

Professor of Social Welfare and History, Co-Director of the Urban Studies Department, and Principal Investigator of the Social Impact of the Arts Project, University of Pennsylvania

Stern

Advisee(s): Alethia Jones   

Mark Stern is Professor of Social Welfare and History, Co-Director of the Urban Studies Department, and Principal Investigator of the Social Impact of the Arts Project at the University of Pennsylvania. He researches U.S. social history as well as the social impact of the arts. His recent publications include One Nation Divisible: What America Was and What It Is Becoming (co-authored with Michael Katz); Social Welfare: A History of the American Response to Need (co-authored with June Axinn); and "The New African American Inequality," in Journal of American History (June 2005) which was co-authored with Mark Katz and won the Organization of American Historians' Binkley-Stephenson Award.

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