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Released October 17, 2002
MUW professor to be included in Who's Who in America
COLUMBUS, Miss.-- Dr. Kendall Dunkelberg, associate professor of English at Mississippi University for Women, has been selected for inclusion in the 57th Edition of Who's Who in America.
Dunkelberg's literary profile includes translator of "Hercules, Richelieu, and Nostradamus," by the Belgian poet Paul Snoek; editor of "Outside the Lines: New Dutch and Flemish Writing," a special issue of The Literary Review; and his book of poetry titled "Landscapes and Architectures."
For the past eight years, Dunkelberg has taught world literature, 20th century poetry, and creative writing at MUW.
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