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college dean , Literature educator

Barbara Ann Kathe, college dean, English and American literature educator. National Endowment of the Humanities grantee, 1980, 85-88, 92. Consultant Veterans Affairs Human Rights Commission, West Haven, 1976-2001. Member American Association Higher Education, Association Academy Deans.

Background

Kathe, Barbara Ann was born on February 7, 1931 in Norwich, Connecticut, United States. Daughter of Arthur Paul and Adelaide Ann (Cyr) Kathe.

Education

Bachelor, St. Joseph College, West Hartford, Connecticut, 1964. Master of Arts, St. Joseph College, West Hartford, Connecticut, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Drew University, 1979.

Career

Assistant Professor of English, St. Joseph College, 1979-1981;associate professor, St. Joseph College, 1981-1987;associate professor, St. Joseph College, 1981-1987;chair department English, St. Joseph College, 1981-1987;chair humanities division, St. Joseph College, 1985-1987;dean Graduate School, St. Joseph College, 1987-1991;academic dean, St. Joseph College, since 1991. Visiting faculty fellow Yale University, 1980-1991. Visiting scholar Columbia University, 1981-1982.

Adjunct associate professor Assumption College, Worcester, Massachusetts, 1981-1982, Columbia University, New York City, summers 1980-1985. Fulbright scholar U. Iceland, Reykjavik, 1982-1983. Consultant, lecturer counseling department St. Joseph College, 1980-1986, Harvard Institute Education Management, 1991.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor poetry, essays and articles to professional journals. Author (book) Of Virgins and Martyrs, 1998.

Membership

Consultant Veterans Affairs Human Rights Commission, West Haven, 1976-2001. Member American Association Higher Education, Association Academy Deans.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: theater, music, reading, film.

Connections

father:
Arthur Paul Kathe

mother:
Adelaide Ann (Cyr) Kathe