Susan Lampland Woodward
Susan Lampland Woodward earned her BA in political science at the University of Minnesota in 1966. In 1968 she earned her MA in political science at Princeton University and continued at there to earn her doctoral degree in 1975. Prior to the completion of her degree, Dr. Woodward began working as an Instructor in the department of political science at Northwestern and upon the completion of her degree was promoted to assistant professor. At Northwestern she taught introductory courses in political science as well as comparative politics of Western Europe. She also taught the course: Yugoslav Polity in Comparative Perspective. Much of her published research explored Yoguslav youth culture such as her text “Socialization for self-managements in Yugoslav schools.”
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