230-17 Hillside Avenue, Queens Village, NY 11427, United States
Martin Van Buren High School which Harriet Malinowitz finished in 1971.
65-30 Kissena Blvd, Flushing, NY 11367, United States
Rosenthal Library of Queens College where Harriet Malinowitz obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1976.
University of Massachusetts Amherst, Amherst, Massachusetts 01003, United States
The University of Massachusetts Amherst where Harriet Malinowitz earned her first Master of Arts degree in Fiction in 1981.
695 Park Ave, New York, NY 10065, United States
West Building of Hunter College where Harriet Malinowitz earned her second Master of Arts degree in English as a second language (TESL) in 1984.
161 6th Ave, New York, NY 10013, United States
The Seal of New York University where Harriet Malinowitz completed her Ph.D. in Writing & Rhetoric in 1993.
(A thorough, fascinating study of the complex rhetorical f...)
A thorough, fascinating study of the complex rhetorical features in operation for lesbian and gay students in college writing classes, the book examines two emerging, mutually illuminating fields, rhetoric/composition, and lesbian/gay studies
Harriet Malinowitz finished Martin Van Buren High School in 1971. Then, she entered Queens College of the City University of New York where she received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English five years later.
In 1981, Malinowitz earned her first Master of Arts degree in Fiction from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The second one, this time in teaching English Literature as a second language (TESL), was completed three years later at Hunter College.
In 1993, Harriet Malinowitz had her Ph.D. in Writing & Rhetoric from New York University.
From the very beginning, Harriet Malinowitz’s career was related to teaching. First, she taught at Hunter College, New York University, and the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. From 1987 to 1990, she was a director of the writing program at the Hofstra University/UAW-District 65 Institute of Applied Social Science in Manhattan. Three years after she left the post, Malinowitz joined the Directors board of the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies (CLAGS) at the City University of New York. She had served there for four years.
In 1992, the educator joined the professor’s staff of Long Island University, Brooklyn. While there, Malinowitz taught English and established the women’s gender studies program. Simultaneously, she held courses, both as visiting and full-time professor, at the City University of New York School of Professional Studies, Syracuse University, and Cornell’s NYS School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Manhattan.
In 2014, Harriet Malinowitz relocated to Ithaca, New York. Nowadays, she is a Lecturer in the Department of Writing at Ithaca College. She holds Women & Writing, Queerness & Writing, and the Ithaca Seminar Palestine in Literature and Film courses of Ithaca College. She is also a faculty advisor for Students for Justice in Palestine formed in 2016.
One of her best-known publications, ‘Textual Orientations: Lesbian and Gay Students and the Making of Discourse Communities’, was issued in 1995. In addition to it, she has also written reviews for books, articles about Palestinian solidarity for such periodicals as The Guardian, Common Dreams, and monologues for lesbian standup comedy. Malinowitz’s 1989 play, Minus One, was published in the collection 'Intimate Acts: Eight Contemporary Lesbian Plays'.
(A thorough, fascinating study of the complex rhetorical f...)1995
Harriet Malinowitz is a social activist. She works with Jewish Voice for Peace, Olive Branch Film Series: Ithaca Explores Palestine through Films being its co-founder, and has taken part in human rights activities.
Quotations: "Writing, for me, has always occurred as an intense melding of personal and social concerns. I used to write and publish fiction, and hope to again someday, but creative nonfiction has definitely taken over much more of my life as I’ve gotten older."