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Person Detail: Mariam (Kenosian) Chamberlain

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Full Name: Mariam (Kenosian) Chamberlain
(1918-2013) Author. Mariam Chamberlain was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts, and died in Manhattan, New York. She was the author of numerous articles on women’s roles in higher education and other sectors.
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1918 (Unknown) County
Mariam Kenosian was born in Chelsea, Massachusetts, on April 24, 1918. 
2013 New York County
Mariam Chamberlain died in Manhattan, New York, on April 2, 2013. 
2000 (Unknown) County
The Politics Of Women's Studies
1989 (Unknown) County
Women in Academe: Progress and Prospects
(Pub: Russell Sage Foundation ISBN: 0871542048 / 978-0871542045)
Nonfiction, edited by Dr. Chamberlain. 
1994 (Unknown) County
Women Of Color And The Multicultural Curriculum: Transforming The College Classroom
(Pub: The Feminist Press at CUNY ISBN: 1558610839 / 978-1558610835)
Nonfiction, edited with Liza Fiol-Matta. 
? New York County
Dr. Chamberlain taught at the School of General Studies at Columbia University and at Hunter College. 

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