Danielle Lindemann is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Lehigh University. She has a husband and a feisty preschooler. Currently, they all live together.
Lindemann skillfully uses commuter marriages as a lens to examine larger social forces. Her findings highlight the ways that independence and interdependence can coexist and reinforce one another, a salutary lesson for couples everywhere. -- Anne-Marie Slaughter, President & CEO, New America Danielle Lindemann's Commuter Spouses flows beautifully. Lindemann skillfully weaves research on commuter marriages into compelling stories and shows how these unique relationships can help us learn about the contours of gender, work, and family life. -- Melissa Milkie, University of Toronto, and coauthor of the award-winning <I>Changing Rhythms of American Family Life</I> Commuter Spouses is an engaging read and gives us the comprehensive examination of commuter marriages that has been needed for decades. -- Laura Stafford, Bowling Green University, author of <I>Maintaining Long-Distance and Cross Residential Relationships</I>