Marilee Lindemann

Marilee Lindemann is Associate Professor of English at the University of Maryland, College Park and the Director of the LGBT Studies Program. Dr. Lindemann received her Ph.D in English from Rutgers University and her B.A. in English and Journalism from Indiana University. She has taught at the University of Maryland since 1992. She is a prominent scholar of American writer Willa Cather, a well-known blogger, and the editor of a forthcoming scholarly collection engaging with the phenomenon of blogs. She was the 2007 winner of the Modern Language Association's Michael Lynch Service Award. Dr. Lindemann served on the Editorial Board of ''American Literature'' from 2001–03; on the Board of Managing Editors of ''American Quarterly'' from 2001-3; and has served on the Advisory Board of the Cather Archive since 2006. She has received a National Endowment for the Humanities Faculty Graduate Study Program for Historically Black Colleges and Universities Fellowship (1990, predoctoral) and a Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Research Grant in Women's Studies (1988, predoctoral). A native of Indiana, she lives with her partner of 26 years, Martha Nell Smith, in Takoma Park, Maryland. Provided by Wikipedia
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