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Heidi Hartmann Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heidi_Hartmann

Heidi I. Hartmann
Heide Hartmann at Working Families Boston.jpg
Hartmann in 2014
Born (1945-08-14) 14 August 1945 (age 76)
New Jersey, USA
NationalityAmerican
InstitutionsInstitute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR)
FieldFeminist economics
Alma materYale University (Ph.D.)
Swarthmore College (A.B.)
AwardsMacArthur Fellowship (1994)
Notes

Heidi I. Hartmann is an American feminist economist who is founder and president of the Washington-based Institute for Women's Policy Research (IWPR), a research organization created to conduct women-centered, public policy research. She is an expert on the intersection of women, economics and public policy. Dr. Hartmann is also a Research Professor at George Washington University and the editor of the Journal of Women, Politics & Policy.

Early life[edit]

On August 14, 1945, Hartmann was born to Henry Hartmann and Hedwig (Bercher) Hartmann in Elizabeth, New Jersey. She attended Swarthmore College, where she received a B.A. in economics with honors in 1967. Hartmann then attended Yale University, where she received a M. Phil. in economics in 1972 and a PhD in the subject in 1974.[1]

Awards and honors[edit]

Hartmann has won various awards. In 1994, she won the MacArthur Fellowship Award—a five-year grant from the MacArthur Foundation give to individuals who show exceptional creativity for their research and the prospect for more in the future—for her work on women and economics. She is also the recipient of two honorary degrees.

Personal life[edit]

In 1967, she married Frank Blair Cochran, birthed Jessica Lee Cochran then divorced a year later. In 1979, she married John Varick Wells and had two daughters—Katherine Lina Hartman Wells and Laura Cameron Hartmann Wells.[2]

Selected bibliography[edit]

Thesis
  • Hartmann, Heidi (1974). Capitalism and women's work in the home, 1900-1930 (Ph.D thesis). Yale University. OCLC 933172723.
Books
  • Hartmann, Heidi I.; Helfferich, Emil (1981). Behn, Meyer & Co. and Arnold Otto Meyer: a company history. Hamburg, Germany: H.C. Verlag. OCLC 849723037.
  • Hartmann, Heidi I.; Treiman, Donald (1981). Women, work, and wages equal pay for jobs of equal value. Washington, D.C: National Academy Press. ISBN 9780585144702. Assembly of Behavioral and Social Sciences (U.S.). Committee on Occupational Classification and Analysis.
  • Hartmann, Heidi I. (1982). El infeliz matrimonio entre el marxismo y el feminismo: hacia una unión mas progresiva [The unhappy marriage of marxism and feminism: towards a more progressive union]. Lima, Peru: Centro la Mujer Peruana Flora Tristán. OCLC 711308316.
  • Hartmann, Heidi I. (1985). Comparable worth: new directions for research. Washington, D.C: National Academy Press. ISBN 9780585142845.
  • Hartmann, Heidi I.; Reskin, Barbara (1986). Women's work, men's work sex segregation on the job. Washington, D.C: National Academy Press. ISBN 9780309034296.
  • Hartmann, Heidi I.; Moses, Claire, eds. (1995). U.S. women in struggle: a feminist studies anthology. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. ISBN 9780252064623.
  • Hartmann, Heidi I., ed. (2005). Gendering politics and policy: recent developments in Europe, Latin America, and the United States. New York: Haworth Political Press. ISBN 9780789030931.
  • Hartmann, Heidi I., ed. (2005). Women, work, and poverty: women centered research for policy change. New York: Haworth Political Press. ISBN 9780789032461.
Book chapters
  • Hartmann, Heidi (1981). "The unhappy marriage of Marxism and feminism: towards a more progressive union". In Sargent, Lydia (ed.). Women and revolution: a discussion of the unhappy marriage of Marxism and Feminism. South End Press Political Controversies Series. Boston, Massachusetts: South End Press. pp. 1–42. ISBN 9780896080621.
  • Hartmann, Heidi (1987). "The family as the locus of gender, class, and political struggle: the example of housework". In Harding, Sandra (ed.). Feminism and methodology social science issues. Milton Keynes Buckinghamshire: Open University Press. pp. 109–134. ISBN 9780585001234.
  • Hartmann, Heidi (1995). "The family as the locus of gender, class, and political struggle: the example of housework". In Humphries, Jane (ed.). Gender and economics. Aldershot, England Brookfield, Vermont, USA: Edward Elgar. pp. 179–209. ISBN 9781852788438.
  • Hartmann, Heidi (1997). "The unhappy marriage of Marxism and feminism: towards a more progressive union". In Nicholson, Linda (ed.). The second wave: a reader in feminist theory. New York: Routledge. pp. 97–122. ISBN 9780415917612.
  • Hartmann, Heidi I.; Spalter-Roth, Roberta (1999). "Small happinesses: the feminist struggle to integrate social research with social activism". In Hesse-Biber, Sharlene; Gilmartin, Christina; Lydenberg, Robin (eds.). Feminist approaches to theory and methodology: an interdisciplinary reader. New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 333–347. ISBN 9780195125221.
  • Hartmann, Heidi I.; Bernstein, Jared; Schmitt, John (2003). "Minimum wage increase: a working woman's issue". In Mutari, Ellen; Figart, Deborah M. (eds.). Women and the economy: a reader. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe. pp. 273–276. ISBN 9780765609953.
  • Hartmann, Heidi (2004). "Towards a definition of patriarchy". In Heldke, Lisa; O'Connor, Peg (eds.). Oppression, privilege, and resistance: theoretical perspectives on racism, sexism, and heterosexism. Boston: McGraw-Hill. pp. 143–147. ISBN 9780072882438.
  • Hartmann, Heidi (2005). "Beside oneself: on the limits of sexual autonomy". In Bamforth, Nicholas (ed.). Sex rights: the Oxford Amnesty lectures 2002. Oxford New York: Oxford University Press. pp. 48–78. ISBN 9780192805614.
  • Hartmann, Heidi; Rose, Stephen J.; Lovell, Vicky (2006). "How much progress in closing the long-term earnings gap?". In Blau, Francine D.; Brinton, Mary C.; Grusky, David B. (eds.). The declining significance of gender?. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. pp. 125–155. ISBN 9780871543707.
  • Hartmann, Heidi (2010). "Capitalism, patriarchy, and job segregation by sex". In Draper, Jacqueline (ed.). Global perspectives on gender and work: readings and interpretations. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishing. pp. 54–66. ISBN 9780742556140.
  • Hartmann, Heidi (2010). "Beside oneself: on the limits of sexual autonomy". In Kolmar, Wendy; Bartkowski, Frances (eds.). Feminist theory: a reader (3rd ed.). Boston, Massachusetts: McGraw-Hill Higher Education. pp. 526–532. ISBN 9780073512266.
  • Hartmann, Heidi (2013). "The unhappy marriage of Marxism and feminism: towards a more progressive union". In McCann, Carole; Kim, Seung-kyung (eds.). Feminist theory reader: local and global perspectives. New York: Routledge. pp. 187–199. ISBN 9780415521024.
  • Hartmann, Heidi; Hegewisch, Ariane; Williams, Claudia; Hudiburg, Stephanie (2016). "How do gender, race, and ethnicity affect income? Gender, race, and ethnicity negatively affect earnings". In Merino, Noël (ed.). Income inequality. Opposing Viewpoints Series. Farmington Hills, Michigan: Greenhaven Press. ISBN 9780737775259.
Journal articles
See also: Brines, Julie (July 1993). "The exchange value of housework". Rationality and Society. 5 (3): 302–340. doi:10.1177/1043463193005003003. S2CID 146556235.
See also: Fiorentine, Robert (July 1993). "Theories of gender stratification: assumptions, evidence, and "agency" and "equity" implications". Rationality and Society. 5 (3): 341–366. doi:10.1177/1043463193005003004. S2CID 144916253.
Institute for Women's Policy Research

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Hartmann, Heidi (1974). Capitalism and women's work in the home, 1900-1930 (Ph.D thesis). Yale University. OCLC 933172723.
  2. ^ Cicarelli, James, and Julianne Cicarelli. Distinguished Women Economists. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2003. Print.

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