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Heidi HutnerAssociate ProfessorEnglishCollege of Arts and Sciences
Heidi Hutner teaches and writes about environmental literature and film, environmental justice, ecofeminism, ecocriticism, and media. Recently, her work expanded to include a larger range of environmental issues as they are represented in literature, film, and other media, such as global warming and climate change, radioactive nuclear pollution, food/agricultural and animal rights, and general sustainability and energy issues.
- PhD and MA, University of Washington
- BA, Hunter College
February 26, 2020Ecofeminism and PermacultureMediumRead ArticleMarch 27, 2020On Three Mile Island Meltdown Anniversary, ID Considers Nuclear FuturePublic News ServiceRead ArticleApril 22, 2020Earth Day, Ecofeminism and Racial Injustice in the Year of the Plague, COVID-19Ms. Magazine OnlineRead ArticleJune 20, 2020What Is Ecofeminism? Understanding The Intersection Of Gender & The EnvironmentMind Body GreenRead ArticleNovember 22, 2022Heidi Hutner feature documentary ‘Radioactive’ premieres in NYC December 4NovoniteRead Article