Heidi Hutner, PhD, teaches, speaks, and writes about ecofeminism and environmental justice at Stony Brook University, where she is a professor. Much of her writing, research, and activism focuses on gender, nuclear power, and weapons. Until recently, Heidi was the director of the Sustainability Studies Program and Associate Dean in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (for nearly six years). Heidi gave her first TEDx talk, “Eco-Grief and Ecofeminism,” in November 2015. She gave a talk on ‘water rights as a human right’ on NBC News Think! in 2017. 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, AEON, and Proximity Magazine, as well as in academic journals and books (Oxford University Press, University of Virginia Press, Palgrave, Rowman and Littlefield, and others). With her film partner, Martijn Hart, Heidi is directing, writing, and producing the documentary film, ACCIDENTS CAN HAPPEN: Voices of Women from Three Mile Island. She is at work on a companion book of the same name.
Pact Press is proud to include “Women Will Rid the World of Nuclear Bombs,” by Heidi Hutner, in our upcoming anthology, Fury: Women’s Lived Experiences in the Age of Trump.