Kari Ronning

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Kari A. Ronning is the textual editor of the Willa Cather Scholarly Edition and the author of various essays and papers on Cather and on quiltmaking. As a Fellow of the Great Plains Center, she chaired the committee that selected The Architecture of Saskatchewan for the 2013 Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize.

 

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