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A/prof. Filomena Critelli


2003 Ph.D., Social Welfare, University at Albany
1977 Master of Social Work, University at Buffalo
1974 Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Buffalo State College

2005- present Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo
1994 – 1996 Adjunct Lecturer, University at Albany, School Of Social Welfare, Masters in Social Work Program
1990-1995 Adjunct Professor: LaGuardia Community College, City University of New York, Department of Human Services
1986-1989 Lecturer: Columbia University College of Physicians

2002-2004 Assistant Executive Director, The Door, New York, N.Y.
1997-2002 Assistant Executive Director. Talbot Perkins Children’s Services, New York, N.Y.
1992-1994 Assistant Executive Director, Talbot Perkins Children’s Services, New York,

Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
Critelli, F.M. (2008). The impact of September 11th on immigrants in the United States. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies.Vol. 6, No. 2,141-167.
Critelli. F.M. (2007). Caregiving and welfare reform: Voices of low-income foster mothers. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.Vol.15, No.4, 55-80.
Critelli, F.M. (2008) Labor of love: Foster mothers and welfare reform. Child Welfare. 87(4):5-34.
Critelli, F.M. (In press). Beyond the veil in Pakistan. Affilia
Critelli, F.M. (In press) .Women’s rights =Human rights: Pakistani women against gender violence. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare.
Critelli, F.M. and Willett, J. (In Press). Creating a safe haven in Pakistan. International Social Work.
Critelli, F.M. and Schwam-Harris, M. (In Press). “In a Bind”: Foster Mothers’ Experiences with Welfare Reform. Journal of Children and Poverty.
Book Chapters
Critelli. F.M. (2007). Caregiving and welfare reform: Voices of low-income foster mothers. In C. Dulmus and K. Sowers (Eds.) (2007). Adult Development and Well-being: The Impact of Institutional Environments. N.Y.: The Haworth Press.
Critelli, F.M. (2009). A Barrel of Oil for a Doctor: Resilient Cuba. In A. Lorini and D. Bassosi (Eds.) Cuba Strategic Island: New Perspectives on History, Cultural and International Policy. Florence, Italy: University of Florence Press.

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Filomena Critelli
Filomena Critelli


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Profiles in resilience: The experiences of women seeking shelter in Pakistan. 



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