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Dean , Literature educator , provost

Joan Edna Hartman, American literature educator, dean, provost. Fellow, American Association of University Women, National Endowment of the Humanities, Mellon Foundation, Folger Shakespeare Library. Member of Modern Language Association, Renaissance Society of America, Women's Caucus for the Modern Languages, Society Study of Early Modern Women, National Arts Club.


Hartman, Joan Edna was born on October 5, 1930 in Brooklyn, New York City. Daughter of H. Graham and Edna (Kuebler) Hartman.


Student, Mount Holyoke College, 1951; postgraduate, Duke U., Durham, 1952; postgraduate, University of Oxford, 1958-1959; Doctor of Philosophy, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, 1960.


Instructor, Washington College, Chestertown, Maryland., 1952-1954; instructor, Wellesley College, 1959-1962; assistant professor, Wellesley College, 1962-1963; assistant professor, Connecticut College, New London, 1963-1966; assistant professor, CUNY-Queens College, Flushing, 1967-1970; assistant professor, CUNY-S.I. Community College, 1970-1972; associate professor, CUNY-S.I. Community College, 1972-1976; professor, CUNY-College S.I., 1976-1998; acting dean humanities and social science, CUNY-College S.I., 1995-1998.


Member Modern Language Association, National Council Teachers English, Society for the Study of Women in the Renaissance, Women's Caucus for the Modern Langs., National Arts Club. F C.


H. Graham Hartman

Edna (Kuebler) Hartman