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Harriet Hartman, PhD | Professor Emeritus, Rowan University
Gender, Family, Jewish identity, Immigration, Transnationalism
Israel/Palestine, United States
Harriet Hartman is professor of sociology and chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ and is editor-in-chief of Contemporary Jewry. She received the 2019 CHSS Award for Research and is the 2019 Marshall Sklare awardee, given by the Association for the Social Scientific Study of Jewry. She is teaching part time in Hadassah Academic College in Jerusalem and at Gratz College, Philadelphia PA. She has published widely in the fields of gender and family and Jewish identity, including Gender and American Jews: Patterns of Work, Education and Family in Contemporary Life (2009, Brandeis University Press) with Moshe Hartman, z”l; The Jewish Family, American Jewish Year Book 2016 (Springer). She is co-P.I. of the 2019-23 NSF RED grant focusing on advancing the diversity of engineering students. She received her BA in Public Service from UCLA, MA in Sociology from University of Michigan, PhD in Sociology from Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
- The Jewish Family, American Jewish Year Book 2016 (Springer)
- Gender and American Jews: Patterns of Work, Education and Family in Contemporary Life (with Moshe Hartman), 2009 (Brandeis University Press)