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BOARD

 

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

 

 

LINDA STEIN

Linda Stein is Founding President of HAWT and an artist-activist, lecturer, performer, and video artist. The core of her work addresses issues of empowerment through gender justice.

Stein’s solo exhibition, The Fluidity of Gender: Sculpture by Linda Stein, is currently traveling the country through 2017, accompanied by her feminist lectures, collaborative HAWTGIG performances by local community members and students, and exhibition catalogs. Stein is the V.P. of the Women’s Caucus for Art and Art Editor of On the Issues Magazine

For outdoor bronzes, in addition to private commissions, Stein has been awarded the commission for a larger-than-life Knight sited as the central sculpture for the $4 million Walk of the Heroines at Portland State University in Oregon.

Stein is represented by Flomenhaft Gallery in Manhattan, and has her archives at Smith College. Her work can also be followed on FacebookLinkedInTwitter, her Blog and YouTube


HELEN HARDACRE

Helen Hardacre earned her doctorate from the University of Chicago in 1980. She has done extended field study of contemporary Shinto, Buddhist religious organizations, the religious life of Japan’s Korean minority. She has also researched State Shinto and contemporary ritualizations of abortion in Japan.

Before moving to Harvard in 1992, she taught at Princeton University (1980-1989) and Griffith University (Australia) (1990-1991). Her publications include The Religion of Japan’s Korean Minority (1984), Lay Buddhism in Contemporary Japan: Reiyukai Kyodan (1984), Kurozumikyo and the New Religions of Japan (1986), Shinto and the State, 1868-1988 (1989), Marketing the Menacing Fetus in Japan (1997), and Religion and Society in Nineteenth-Century Japan: A Study of the Southern Kanto Region, Using Late Edo and Early Meiji Gazetteers (2002).

Her current research projects include a book-length study of Shinto history, a project concerning the issue of constitutional revision in Japan and its effect on religious groups, and the study of Japanese secularism. Dr. Hardacre chairs and participates in several organizations related to HAWT’s mission including Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies.


HONORARY BOARD MEMBERS

LOREEN ARBUS
ABIGAIL DISNEY
LAUREN EMBREY
MERLE HOFFMAN
CAROL JENKINS
PATTI KENNER
RUBY LERNER
PAT MITCHELL
ELLEN POSS
ELIZABETH SACKLER
GLORIA STEINEM

HAWT ADVISORY COUNCIL

MARY BLAKE
BETH BOLANDER
SARAH CONNORS
MARILYN FALIK
JEROME CHANES
EVA FOGELMAN
SUE GINSBURG- CHAIR
KAREN KEIFER-BOYD
JOHN MCCUE
JEANIE ROSENSAFT
MENACHEM ROSENSAFT
AMY STONE