Photo credit: Ellen Dykstra
"Letters Shed New Light on Henry Adams"
in The Beehive, the official blog of the Massachusetts Historical Society.
"The Curative Space of the American West in the Life and Letters of Elinore Pruitt Stewart," in Portraits of Women in the American West, edited by Dee Garceau-Hagen.
'Trying to Idle: Work and Disability in The Diary of Alice James," edited by Paul Longmore and Lauri Umansky.
Other Writing | Teaching | Interviews
Natalie Dykstra has received a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship for her work on Clover Adams. She is a Fellow of the Massachusetts Historical Society and associate professor of English at Hope College in Holland, MI. When not teaching, she lives with her husband in Waltham, MA.
Faculty Connections: More Than Just a Teacher
Madalyn Muncy, Mellon Scholar, Hope College
Ruth Keppel, 1896-1993
Echoes from the Archive
Q & A with Natalie Dykstra
LibraryThing Author Interview
The Biographer's Craft: Photographs Lead Biographer to a New Understanding of an Enigmatic Subject