Judith Bula Wise


Judith Bula Wise, Professor Emerita, holds a Ph.D. in social work and social research from Bryn Mawr. Formerly on the faculties of Columbia University and the University of Denver, she is the author of an award-winning nonfiction book, Empowerment Practice with Families in Distress, and the co-editor of the anthology Trauma Transformed. Her list of awards includes an Outstanding Professor of the Year award at Columbia University, a Provost's award at the University of Denver, and an IREX grant to work with survivors of Chernobyl. She is the 2015 recipient of the Mayborn Fellowship in Biography for her biography-in-progress about Edna Baldwin, an early twentieth century playwright and peace activist. Judy and her husband, Chip, live in Boulder, Colorado.

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A masterful blend of processes of family centered practice from a stellar practitioner and educator.
A scholarly book unique in its thoroughness and ability to reach and touch readers.
Edna Baldwin, early twentieth century playwright, producer, and human rights activist is the subject of this biography in progress.

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