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Beth DiNatale Johnson

Beth DiNatale Johnson is the director of the Ursuline Studies Program, the women-focused, core curriculum at Ursuline College in Pepper Pike, Ohio. She is an assistant professor of history and has published a number of articles on social policy and aging with an emphasis on women and institution building, and the evolution of long term care policies and practices. A graduate of Lake Erie College and the University of Illinois, she received her Ph.D. from Case Western Reserve University.

Articles by this author

Helen Weil

These words, written by Helen Weil, illuminate her sensitivity and commitment to older people that she developed during a long and active career in gerontology and social services.

Rae D. Landy

A disciplined nurse who put her own safety at risk time and again for others, Rae Landy helped Hadassah establish the first nursing service in Israel and then served as a military nurse in the US Armed Services.

Lizzie Black Kander

“The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” In 1901, Lizzie Kander and Mrs. Henry Schoenfeld used this adage in the title of a cookbook produced for the benefit of the first settlement house in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. By 1984, nearly two million copies of The Settlement Cook Book: The Way to a Man’s Heart had been sold. Its success can be attributed to the determination and ingenuity of a woman known as the “Jane Addams of Milwaukee.”

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Beth DiNatale Johnson." (Viewed on September 19, 2019) <https://qa.jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/johnson-beth>.

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