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VISTING FACULTY & INSTRUCTORS
Debra A. Henderson
Presidential Teacher 2008-2011
Arts & Sciences Dean's Outstanding Teacher Award 2006
Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies
Areas of Specialization:
Tickamyer, Ann R. and Debra A. Henderson. 2010. “Devolution, Social Exclusion, and Spatial Inequality in U.S. Welfare Provision.” Pp. 41-60 in P. Milbourne (ed.). Welfare Reform in Rural Places: Comparative Perspectives in Rural Sociology and Development.” Emerald Group Publishing, Ltd.
Henderson, Debra A. and Ann R. Tickamyer. 2009. "The Intersection of Poverty Discourses: Race, Class, Culture, and Gender.” Pp.50-72 in B. Thornton Dill and R.E. Zambrana (eds.) Emerging Intersections: Race, Class, and Gender in Theory, Policy and Practice. Rutgers University Press.
Henderson, Debra A. and Ann R. Tickamyer. 2008. "Lost in Appalachia: The Unexpected Impact of Welfare Reform on Older Women in Rural Communities." Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. 35(3): 153-171.
Tickamyer, Ann, Debra Henderson, and Barry Tadlock. 2007. "Does Welfare Reform Work in Rural America?: A 7-Year Follow-Up." University of Kentucky Center for Poverty Research Discussion Paper Series, DP2007-06.
Tickamyer, Ann R., Julie White, Barry Tadlock, and Debra A. Henderson.
2007. "The Spatial Politics of Public Policy: Devolution,
Development and Welfare Reform." Pp. 113-119 in L. Lobao, G. Hooks, and
A.Tickamyer (eds.). The Sociology of Spatial Inequality. NY: Suny Press.