Audio Archive

Carlsen, Mary

Mary received her B.A. in Social Work from St. Olaf and her Masters in Social Work in Aging and Health Care from the University of Washington. She is a Professor of Social Work at St. Olaf. Prior to teaching she worked at a hospital in Minneapolis, Minnesota with HIV infected patients and others with full-blown AIDS.

Recordings

Living with AIDS

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1989

AIDS in the Family

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1989

Fears: Blindspots in our Response to AIDS

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1989

Ethical Dilemmas in AIDS

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1989

What Can I Do About AIDS?

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1989

Family Response to Crisis

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1989

Ethical Decisions in Sickness and Health

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1989

What's So Funny About Being Sick? Humor in Healing

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1989

HIV/AIDS: Part 1 – The Second Decade

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1992

HIV/AIDS: Part 2 – The Women and Children

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1992

HIV/AIDS: Part 3 – Comunities of Color

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1992

HIV/AIDS: Part 4 – The Gay Comunity

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1992

HIV/AIDS: Part 5 – Incidence among Adolescents

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1992

Family Challenge / Faith Question: Pregnany and Infant Loss

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1999

Family Challenge / Faith Question: Caring for Aging Parents

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1999

Family Challenge / Faith Question: End of Life Decision Making

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1999

Family Challenge / Faith Question: Homosexuality in the Family

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1999

Family Challenge / Faith Question: HIV/AIDS in Our Lives

Presenter: Carlsen, Mary / 1999

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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