Visiting Professor of Social Work and Social Research Sanford Schram will see in print three books he co-authored or co-edited later this year. The titles are:
Change Research: Collaborative Research Methods for Social Workers and Advocates, co-authored with Corey Shdaimah and Roland Stahl and published by Columbia University Press with a scheduled publication date of August 22.
Disciplining the Poor: Neoliberal Paternalism and the Persistent Power of Race, co-authored with Joe Soss and Richard C. Fording and published by University of Chicago Press with a scheduled publication date of November 1.
Real Social Science, co-edited with Bent Flyvbjerg and Todd Landman and published by Cambridge University Press with a scheduled publication date of December 1.
This semester Schram has been a visiting professor in the School of Social Work at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and later this spring he will be a visitor at the University of Aarhus in Copenhagen, Denmark, where he will lead a daylong workshop with a presentation entitled “The End of Social Work: The Neoliberalization of Doing Good.” This presentation is based on a new book in development, under consideration by Sage Publications as part of the new series Social Work for the New Century, edited by Michael Reisch, from the University of Maryland. Schram sits on the editorial board of that series.