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Prof. Kathy Krause Wins Coveted NEH Fellowship

February 19th, 2013 · No Comments · Academic units, Awards and honors, Community Connections, Divisions, Departments and Centers, Faculty, Students

[The following was provided by the Office of Public Relations.]

Kathy M. Krause, professor of French in the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures in the College of Arts & Sciences, was recently notified that she has won a year-long National Endowment for the Humanities grant that will allow her to complete her research and write a book on the topic.

It’s not the first time her research has earned national-level recognition. In 2008, she explored the subject as a Fulbright scholar in northern France and Belgium.

This time around, there will probably be a short trip to France involved. But the primary purpose of the fellowship is to give her time to convert the massive amount of research she has collected into a published manuscript.

Krause, who joined the UMKC faculty in 1995, said the NEH Fellowship will benefit scholarship in the field of medieval literature and her students on campus.

For additional information, visit UMKC Today “Prof. Kathy Krause …”

 

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