Reichardt, Mary R. 1956-
REICHARDT, Mary R. 1956-
PERSONAL: Born October 16, 1956, in Berwyn, IL; daughter of Howard Edward and Rita (Petrik) Reichardt. Education: Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, MI, B.A., 1978; University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign, M.A., 1980; University of Wisconsin—Madison, Ph.D., 1987.
CAREER: University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN, began as associate professor, became professor of Catholic studies and English, 1988—, and director of Master's Degree Program in Catholic Studies. Editor and consultant for business and professional communi cations.
MEMBER: American Literature Association, Midwest Modern Language Association.
AWARDS, HONORS: Fellow, National Endowment for the Humanities, 1992.
The Uncollected Stories of Mary Wilkins Freeman, University Press of Mississippi (Jackson, MS), 1992.
A Web of Relationship: Women in the Short Stories of Mary Wilkins Freeman, University Press of Mississippi (Jackson, MS), 1992.
A Mary Wilkins Freeman Reader, University of Nebraska Press (Lincoln, NE), 1997.
Mary Wilkins Freeman: A Study of the Short Fiction, Twayne (Boston, MA), 1997.
(Editor) Catholic Women Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook, Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), 2001.
Reading Catholic Literature: A Study and Resource Guide, Sheed & Ward, 2003.
WORK IN PROGRESS: Editing An Encyclopedia of Catholic Literature, publication by Greenwood Press (Westport, CT).
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