Marian Moser Jones

Associate Professor and Graduate Director of Family Science, University of Maryland

Marian Moser Jones is a social historian and ethicist of public health who explores the institutionalization of benevolence in the United States. Her research examines how and why the American institutional sector has developed to provide for the health and survival needs of families, children and other vulnerable populations in crisis situations, as well as how it has exercised the power to decide what is best for peoples’ health and well-being.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor and Graduate Director of Family Science, University of Maryland