heidi hutner is FEATURED at nbc news talking about clean and accessible water as a moral, civil and human right for all.
Heidi Hutner, PhD, teaches, speaks, and writes about ecofeminism and environmental justice at Stony Brook University, where she is a professor. Until recently, Hutner was the director of the Sustainability Studies Program and Associate Dean in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (for nearly six years).
Hutner is an active public speaker on environmental issues. She recently appeared on NBC News Think. She spoke about "Clean Water Rights."
Hutner gave her first TEDx talk, "Eco-Grief and Ecofeminism," in November 2015.
Hutner's writing has been featured at news outlets and magazines such as the New York Times, Ms. Magazine, DAME, Tikkun, Spirituality and Health, Yes!, Common Dreams, Garnet News, and Proximity Magazine, as well as in academic journals, and books (Oxford University Press, University of Virginia Press, Palgrave, Rowman and Littlefield, and others). She has spoken on radio shows with Robin Morgan, The Green Divas, and Connect the Dots.
Hutner is working on several environmental narrative nonfiction books including, ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN: Women and Nuclear Disaster Stories.
Hutner is in preproduction for a documentary film series based on ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN.
Her previous books include, Colonial Women: Race and Culture in Stuart Drama (Oxford University Press, 2001) Rereading Aphra Behn (University of Virginia Press, 1993).