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Dr. Elizabeth A. Kelly

Clinical Case Manager

New York Presbyterian Hospital

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New York Presbyterian Hospital

161 Fort Washington Avenue 14Th Fl

New York City, New York 10032

United States

Company Description

NewYork-Presbyterian, based in New York City, is a world-class academic healthcare delivery network dedicated to providing the highest quality and most advanced care to patients and families in the Greater New York area and across the country. In collabor ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Adult Nurse Practitioner

Sinai Health System

Lactation Consultant and Founder

Third Coast Lactation

Nurse

Northwestern Memorial Hospital

Adjunct Faculty

DePaul University

Expatriate Nurse

Médecins Sans Frontières

Chair

Chicago

Affiliations

Member
ACLGBTI

Member
Commission on Human Relations Board of Commissioners

Education

Ph.D.

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Women's Exchange —

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Join Dr. Beth Kelly of DePaul University as she explores the story of two trailblazing women who have shaped our country.


Program Registration

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This book study group with Beth Kelly, PhD, of DePaul University, will examine: Broad Influence: How Women are Changing the Way America Works, by Jay Newton-Small and Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World, by Linda Hirshman.

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Join Dr. Beth Kelly of DePaul University as she explores the story of two trailblazing women who have shaped our country.


Evening Programs

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This book study group with Beth Kelly, PhD, of DePaul University, will examine: Broad Influence: How Women are Changing the Way America Works, by Jay Newton-Small and Sisters in Law: How Sandra Day O'Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World, by Linda Hirshman.


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Elizabeth A. Kelly, DePaul University


Family Research Institute » Blog Archive » FRR Mar 2014 | Are Gay Parents More Apt to Commit Incest?

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Consider Beth Kelly, Ph.D., hired by Depaul University in 1992 in full knowledge of her remarks (below) made in 1979. She recently commented: "If someone had told me 30 years ago that in 2010 I would be tenured and promoted to a professor as a publicly professed lesbian [and lapsed Catholic] at the country's largest Catholic university [DePaul], I would not have believed them."

The first woman I ever loved sexually was my great-aunt; our feelings for each other were deep, strong, and full. The fact that she was more than fifty years older than I did not affect the bond that grew between us. And, yes, I knew what I was doing - every step of the way - even though I had not, at the time, learned many of the words with which to speak of these things.
Notice, she liked it, and even though only 8 years old, felt fully responsible for it.
Aunt Addie was a dynamic, intelligent, and creative woman - who refused, all her life, to be cowed by convention. In an extended family where women played out 'housewifely roles to the hilt, she stood out, a beacon of independence and strength. She was a nurse in France during the First World War, had travelled, read books, and lived for over twenty years in a monogamous relationship with another woman. Her lover's death pre-dated the start of our sexual relationship by about two years. But we had always been close and seen a great deal of each other. In the summers, which my mother, brother and I always spent at her seashore home, we were together daily. In other seasons, she would drive to visit us wherever we were living, and often stayed for a month or so at a time.…
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Although for several years I succumbed to social sanctions against lesbian and childhood sexuality, and felt ashamed for having had such experiences, I have come to realize the need to affirm them as part of the rich texture of both human experience in general and my own conscious reality in particular.[2]Kelly:1979
The three-year relationship between Ms. Kelly and her great-aunt ended when Beth's mother caught them doing 'it.'
Who could doubt that Ms. Kelly's courses enrich Catholic students?
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Kelly:1979On woman/girl love, or lesbians do 'do it'. Gay Community News, 3/3/1979.

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