Education & Background:

  • Doctor of Philosophy – Yale University
  • Master of Philosophy – Yale University
  • Master of Arts – University of Michigan
  • Bachelor of Arts – University of Michigan

Dr. Maureen Tabor is a published author who specializes in social sciences, writing and drama. Some of her publications include Policing Slum Landlords and “All the World Is Not a Stage” which was published in Field Study, a Sourcebook for Experiential Learning. Early in her career, Dr. Tabor worked for Warner Music Group, Paramount Pictures, and as a drama teacher in Hollywood. Maureen has lectured at UC Berkeley and her alma mater Yale University where she received her doctorate.

Awards/Nominations:

  • Excellence in Training, Corporate Technical Training Group, 2000,
  • Russell Sage Fellow, Yale Law School, 1970-71

Publications:

  • Grammar Column, The Beachwood Voice (1998 – 2007)
  • “All the World Is Not a Stage” in Field Study, a Sourcebook for Experiential Learning, edited by Lenore Borzak, Sage Publications, 1981
  • The Social Organization of Law, edited with Donald Black, 1974
  • “The Social Organization of Homosexuality” in Urban Life and Culture, Vol. 1, No. 2 (July, 1972) and reprinted in Intimacy, Family, and Society, edited by Arlene Skolnick and Jerome Skolnick, Little Brown, 1974.
  • “Grandmother’s House,” short story in collection, New American Writers, edited by Philip Rahv, 1974
  • Policing Slum Landlords, PhD thesis, Yale University, 1971
  • “Courtroom Encounters: An Observation Study of a Lower Criminal Court” Law and Society Review 5 (May): 1971 pp. 473-538. Reprinted in several collections and translated into German.
  • “Passing as Deviant,” Journal of Ethnography, 1971.