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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher

University of Wisconsin-Madison


Affiliations

Brandeis University

Advisory Board Member


Hadassah Hospital

Board Member


The Feminist Press

Board Member for Many Years. She


Education

Ph.D.

English , American and Dramatic Literature

Stanford University


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International Advisory Board Members | Brandeis University

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click here | Richard J. Goldstone H '04 | Jules Bernstein '57 | Germaine Ingram | Jay Kaufman ’68, MA ’73 | Jamie F. Metzl | Zia Mody | Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah | �ngela María Pérez Mejía | Elaine Reuben '63 | John Shattuck | Norbert Weissberg
Elaine Reuben Elaine Reuben '63, former activist academic, engaged philanthropist, Washington, D.C. Elaine Reuben received her Ph.D. from Stanford University in English, American and Dramatic Literature, fields in which she taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A leader in the development of Women's Studies and affirmative attention to women faculty and students, she was a member, then co-chair, of the Modern Language Association Commission on the Status of Women in the Profession, and a visiting associate professor and first full-time faculty director of women's studies at The George Washington University Graduate School. While national coordinator of the National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) she taught in the American Studies program at the University of Maryland, College Park, where NWSA was based, and directed the NWSA/FIPSE Project to Improve Service Learning in Women's Studies. Reuben served at the U.S. Department of Education as a special assistant to the deputy undersecretary for management; she conducted executive search for colleges and universities, was acting executive director of the Network of East-West Women, and offered training, consulting, organizational and editorial assistance to academic and non-profit organizations. She is a past president of the Jewish Study Center in Washington, DC, among the founding trustees of the Tikkun Olam Women's Foundation of Greater Washington, a Council member of Theater J at the Washington DC JCC, a supporter of the Mosaic Theater Company of DC and of the Timbrel Artist-in-Residence at the Summer Institute of the National Havurah Committee. She co-chaired the Women Donor's Network's Middle East Peace and Democracy Circle, is a member of J Street President's Council and Finance Committee and of the New Israel Fund's DC Leadership and International Councils; she is a supporter of DC's Jeremiah Fellowship, a program of Jews United for Justice, and of the ACLU of the National Capital Area. At Brandeis Reuben is a board member of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute; she founded the Reuben/Rifkin Jewish Women Writers Series as a joint project of HBI and the Feminist Press, where she was also a board member for many years. She has made gifts at Brandeis to the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts, for Brandeis' acquisition of the LilithMagazine archive, for undergraduate scholarships, and in support of the Ethics Center's Peacebuilding and the Arts programs. In 2016 she was elected to the Brandeis Board of Fellows.


International Advisory Board Members | Brandeis University

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New members join Ethics Center International Advisory Board | here | click here | Richard J. Goldstone H '04 | Jules Bernstein '57 | Thomas Buergenthal H '11 | Hans Corell | Germaine Ingram | Jay Kaufman ’68, MA ’73 | Jamie F. Metzl | Zia Mody | Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah | �ngela María Pérez Mejía | Elaine Reuben '63 | John Shattuck | Norbert Weissberg
Elaine Reuben '63, former activist academic, engaged philanthropist, Washington, D.C. Elaine Reuben received her Ph.D. from Stanford University in English, American and Dramatic Literature, fields in which she taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. A leader in the development of Women's Studies and affirmative attention to women faculty and students, she was a member, then co-chair, of the Modern Language Association Commission on the Status of Women in the Profession, and a visiting associate professor and first full-time faculty director of women's studies at The George Washington University Graduate School. While national coordinator of the National Women's Studies Association (NWSA) she taught in the American Studies program at the University of Maryland, College Park, where NWSA was based, and directed the NWSA/FIPSE Project to Improve Service Learning in Women's Studies. Reuben served at the U.S. Department of Education as a special assistant to the deputy undersecretary for management; she conducted executive search for colleges and universities, was acting executive director of the Network of East-West Women, and offered training, consulting, organizational and editorial assistance to academic and non-profit organizations. She is a past president of the Jewish Study Center in Washington, DC, among the founding trustees of the Tikkun Olam Women's Foundation of Greater Washington, a Council member of Theater J at the Washington DC JCC, a supporter of the Mosaic Theater Company of DC and of the Timbrel Artist-in-Residence at the Summer Institute of the National Havurah Committee. She co-chaired the Women Donor's Network's Middle East Peace and Democracy Circle, is a member of J Street President's Council and Finance Committee and of the New Israel Fund's DC Leadership and International Councils; she is a supporter of DC's Jeremiah Fellowship, a program of Jews United for Justice, and of the ACLU of the National Capital Area. At Brandeis Reuben is a board member of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute; she founded the Reuben/Rifkin Jewish Women Writers Series as a joint project of HBI and the Feminist Press, where she was also a board member for many years. She has made gifts at Brandeis to the Leonard Bernstein Festival of the Creative Arts, for Brandeis' acquisition of the LilithMagazine archive, for undergraduate scholarships, and in support of the Ethics Center's Peacebuilding and the Arts programs. In 2016 she was elected to the Brandeis Board of Fellows.


Advisory Board | Brandeis University

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Elaine Reuben '63
former activist academic, engaged philanthropist


Board of Directors | The Feminist Press

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Elaine Reuben


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Moderated by Elaine Reuben: Board Member, The Feminist Press, one of founding trustees of Tikkun Olam Women's Foundation of Greater Washington and a Theater J Council Member • Catherine Didion: Director of the ...


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