Heidi Hutner
Associate Professor of Environmental Humanities, Stony Brook University, New York

Heidi Hutner is a writer, filmmaker, and associate professor of English, Sustainability Studies, and Women’s and Gender Studies at Stony Brook University. She has written for numerous publications, including New York Times -Dot Earth, Public Radio InternationalMs Magazine, DAME, Tikkun, Spirituality and Health, AEON, and she has published chapters on ecofeminism, environmental humanities, and nuclear issues in numerous book anthologies. Presently, Hutner is producing and co-directing the documentary film: Accidents Can Happen: The Women of Three Mile Island, and writing a memoir, Radiophobia: A Nuclear Family. Hutner’s published books include, Colonial Women (Oxford UP, 2001), and Rereading Aphra Behn (University of Virginia Press, 1993). Please see her website: HeidiHutner.com, and film website: AccidentsCanHappenthefilm.com

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