Articles by Pam Chamberlain

Researcher Pam Chamberlain is a veteran educator and trainer who works with both young people and adults. She has taught in middle school, high school, community college and university settings. She has been involved with peace and human rights activism for many years. Currently she helps schools and community groups handle right-wing resistance to multicultural education and programs for gay and lesbian students. She helped create four Activist Resource Kits for Political Research Associates and has been the lead researcher on their Campus Activism Project. She maintains a commitment to making information about the political Right accessible to diverse audiences and to helping organizations plan effective strategies to fight the Right

Conservative Campus Organizing: Growing Pains or Arrested Development?
The Public Eye - Vol. 19, No. 2

Excerpts from Progressive and Conservative Campus Activism
The Public Eye - Vol. 19, No. 1

Gay Conservatives: Unwanted Allies on the Right
The Public Eye - Vol. 22, No. 2

Heritage is Hip to Culture: Think Tank Turns to Family Values
The Public Eye - Vol. 22, No. 4

High Achieving for Jesus (Book Review)
The Public Eye - Vol. 22, No. 4

PRA Roundtable on Movement Building
PRAccess - Fall/Winter 2005

Reproducing Patriarchy: Reproductive Rights Under Siege
The Public Eye - Vol. 14, No. 1

The Globalization of an Agenda: The Right Targets the UN with its Anti-Choice Politics
The Public Eye - Vol. 20, No. 1

The Silence of the Not-for-Profits
PRAccess - Fall/Winter 2004

Thoughts on the Road while Revisiting Campuses
PRAccess - Spring/Summer 2005

Whither the Christian Right? Religious Conservatives in the 2006 Elections
The Public Eye - Vol. 21, No. 1