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History educator

June Edith Hahner, American history educator. Recipient research and teaching award Fulbright Commission, 1980; honorary fellow Woodrow Wilson Foundation, 1961-1962, Organization of American States, 1963, National Endowment of the Humanities, 1971, 82-83, Rockefeller Foundation, 1986-1987.

Background

Hahner, June Edith was born on July 8, 1940 in New York City. Daughter of Fred and Edith (Konrad) Hahner.

Education

Bachelor, Earlham College, 1961. Master of Arts, Cornell University, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy, Cornell University, 1966.

Career

Assistant professor Texas Tech University, Lubbock, 1966-1968. Professor department history State University of New York, Albany, since 1968. Co-president Coordinator Council on Women in History, 1998-2000.

Works

Membership

Member American History Association (member committee women historians 1990-1992), Northeastern Association Brazilianists (member executive council 1993-1995), New England Conference Lat. American Studies (member executive council 1977-1979), Lat. American Studies Association, Brazilian Studies Association, Coordinating Council for Women in History (co-president 1998-2000).

Connections

father:
Fred Hahner

mother:
Edith (Konrad) Hahner