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Frey, Marsha L.

FREY, Marsha L.

PERSONAL: Female. Education: Ohio State University, B.S. (education; summa cum laude) and B.A. (summa cum laude), both 1967, M.A., 1968, Ph. D., 1971.

ADDRESSES: Home—1729 Denholm Dr., Manhattan, KS 66502. Office—Department of History, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506.

CAREER: Writer. Ohio State University, Columbus, lecturer, 1971–72; University of Oregon, Eugene, visiting assistant professor, 1972–73; Kansas State University, Manhattan, assistant professor, 1973–79, associate professor, 1980–84, professor of history, 1984–, MASUA honors lecturer, 1988–89. Indiana University—Bloomington, artist in residence at Living Learning Center, 1980; University of Montana, guest lecturer, 1994; U.S. Military Academy, visiting professor, 2000–01; lecturer at other educational institutions, including Youngstown State University, Peking University, and Tsinghua University, 1998. American Bibliographical Center, abstractor, 1973–78; Teaching History, member of board of editors, 1975–; University Press of Kansas, member of editorial board, 1988–90.

MEMBER: Historical Society, Royal Historical Society (fellow), Western Society for French History (member of governing council, 1979–82, 1987–90, 1992–95), Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Tau Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi (fellow), Alpha Lambda Delta, Phi Alpha Theta (member of governing council, 1990–91; president, 2000–02).

AWARDS, HONORS: Fellow, Folger Shakespeare Library, 1974; grants from National Endowment for the Humanities, 1977–78, and American Council of Learned Societies (for Hungary), 1981; "outstanding academic book" citation, Choice, 1982, for Women in Western European History: A Select Chronological, Geographical, and Topical Bibliography from Antiquity to the French Revolution; Phi Alpha Theta, Donald B. Hoffman grant, 1990, Outstanding Book Award, 2000, for The History of Diplomatic Immunity; grants from American Philosophical Society, 1990–91, and Kansas Committee for the Humanities, 1991; Fulbright grants, 1994 and 1995–96; faculty scholar, Phi Kappa Phi, 1996; Presidential Award for Teaching Excellence, Kansas State University, 1997; 2000 Commerce Bank Distinguished Graduate Faculty Award, 2000; Earhart Foundation grant, 2000–02; Outstanding Civilian Service Medal, U.S. Department of the Army, 2001; Batten fellowship, 2002.

WRITINGS:

(Translator, with Linda Frey and Roman Zylawy) Anatole France, Les dieux ont soif, Norwood Editions (Norwood, PA), 1978.

(Editor, with Linda Frey and John Rule) Observations from the Hague and Utrecht: William Henry Harrison's Letters to Henry Watkins, 1711–1712, Libraries, Ohio State University (Columbus, OH), 1979.

(Compiler, with Linda Frey and Joanne Schneider) Women in Western European History: A Select Chronological, Geographical, and Topical Bibliography from Antiquity to the French Revolution, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1982.

(With Linda Frey) A Question of Empire: Leopold I and the War of the Spanish Succession (monograph), Columbia University Press (New York, NY), 1983.

(With Linda Frey) Friedrich I: Preussens Erster Koenig, Verlag Styria (Vienna, Austria), 1983, translation published as Frederick I: The Man and His Times (monograph), Columbia University Press (New York, NY), 1984.

(Compiler, with Linda Frey and Joanne Schneider) Women in Western European History: A Select Chronological, Geographical, and Topical Bibliography; The Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1984.

(Compiler, with Linda Frey and Joanne Schneider) Women in Western European History: A Select Chronological, Geographical, and Topical Bibliography from Antiquity to the Present; Recent Research, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1986.

(With Linda Frey) Societies in Upheaval: Insurrections in France, Hungary, and Spain in the Early Eighteenth Century, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1987.

(With Linda Frey) The Treaties of the War of the Spanish Succession: An Historical and Critical Dictionary, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1995.

(With Linda Frey) The History of Diplomatic Immunity, Ohio State University Press (Columbus, OH), 1999.

(With Linda Frey) The French Revolution, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 2004.

Contributor to books, including Holy Roman Empire, edited by Jonathan W. Zophy, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 1980; Book of Days 1988: An Encyclopedia of Resource Guides on Historical Figures and Events, Pierian (Ann Arbor, MI), 1988; Rebels against the Old Order: Essays in Honor of Morris Slavin, Youngstown State University (Youngstown, OH), 1994; Modern Diplomacy, edited by Jovan Kurbalija, Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies (Malta), 1998; and Nations and Nationalisms in East-Central Europe, 1806–1948: A Festschrift for Peter E. Sugar, Slavica, 2002. Contributor of about eighty articles and reviews to history journals, including Diplomacy and Statecraft, Continuity, History Today, Hungarian Studies, History of European Ideas, Journal of Modern History, and Canadian Journal of History.

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