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Kathryn is a Bloomington, Indiana native and Indiana University graduate. Kathryn currently lives in New York City's East Village and attends New York University's graduate program in English and American Literature.
- Graduate School - New York University, English and American Literature
- Undergraduate School - Indiana University, Comparative Literature, English
- High School - Bloomington High School North
- Bullerdick, Kathryn Jo. “Read, Write and Think Gender History: Making Over the Comic Landscape.” Organization of American Historians Magazine of History 19.2 (2005): 29-30.
- Comparative Literature Department Outstanding Senior (2005)
- The American President’s Student Service Award for Community Service (2001)
- Professional Experience Internship Grant from the Indiana University Honors College (2004)
- 19th and 20th Century American Fiction
- Modern Urban Movements
- Cognitive Estrangement within the Cityscape
- The Relationship between the City and the Country, “The Old Neighborhood” and the Suburb
- The Culture of the Automobile and the Ideology of Necessary Urban Renewal
- Public Works and Services
- The New Deal
- The American Civil War
- Literary Cubism’s emergence by way of Gertrude Stein’s friendship with Pablo Picasso
- Synthetic and Analytic Cubism