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Religious studies educator

Anne Carolyn Klein, religious studies educator. Grantee National Endowment of the Humanities, 1987, Fulbright Foundation, 1980, Ford Foundation, 1998-2002. Member American Academy Religion (member steering committee Buddhist studies section 1984-1991, co-chairperson consultation in Himalayan and Tibetan religions since 1991).

Background

Klein, Anne Carolyn was born on June 20, 1947 in New York City. Daughter of Ludovic and Isabelle Leslie (Duscinsky) Klein.

Education

Bachelor in English with highest honors, State University of New York, Binghamton, 1969; Master of Arts in Buddhist Studies, University of Wisconsin, 1971; Doctor of Philosophy in Religious Studies, University of Virginia, 1981.

Career

Lecturer, research associate Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1982-1983, visiting scholor, Center Study of World Religions, 1983-1984. Acting assistant professor religious studies Stanford (California) University, 1984-1989. Assistant professor Rice University, Houston, 1989-1991, associate professor, 1991-1995, professor, chair department religious studies, since 1995.

Member advisory board women and religion programs Harvard University Division School, since 1988. Member advisory committee Rockefeller Foundation, New York City, 1990. Founding director Dawn Mountain Tibeton Temple, Community Center, Research Institute.

Works

Membership

Member American Academy Religion (member steering committee Buddhist studies section 1984-1991, co-chairperson consultation in Himalayan and Tibetan religions since 1991).

Connections

Married Harvey B. Aronson, January 9, 1976.

father:
Ludovic Klein

mother:
Isabelle Leslie (Duscinsky) Klein

spouse:
Harvey B. Aronson