2019, Honors BA English Literature and History, Marquette University
Katherine Stein is a third-year PhD student whose work is absorbed in the lines between historical fact and fictional narrative, with a special focus on Victorian historiography and the figure of the child. Reaching forward from the Victorian period into the early twentieth century, she has interests in historical fiction, national identity, and children’s literature. Katherine’s work is invested in the public humanities; at UNC, she works with the Jane Austen Summer Program, a public humanities outreach program, and also works in various public-facing communications roles.
- James Peacock REACH Fellowship, Office of the Vice Provost for Global Affairs, UNC (2021)
- Maynard Adams Fellowship for the Public Humanities, UNC-Chapel Hill (2020)
- Outstanding Scholar of the Year, Marquette University English Department (2019)
- Walter C. Boden Award for Outstanding Scholarship, Marquette University History Department (2019)
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