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Alan R. King has a PhD in linguistics from the University of London and currently works as a professional translator, with a specialization in Basque to English.... more
Betsy Klimasmith is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts, Boston. A recipient of a National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship, she co-edited Exploring Lost Borders: Critical Essays on Mary Austin with Melody Graulich (1999).... more
Dwayne Kling worked in the casino industry for over forty years before he retired in 1995.... more
Martha C. Knack is professor of anthropology at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and an ethnohistorian who has done field research and archival studies with Northern and Southern Paiute people for more than twenty years.... more
Molly Flagg Knudtsen (1915-2001) was a New York debutante, Nevada cattle breeder rancher and regent of the University of Nevada system from 1960-1980. She helped shape the university system's growth, including the establishment of the Desert Research Institute, the founding of the Anthropology Department, and the College of Agriculture's Knudtsen Resource Center is named after her.... more
Cheryl Koehler is a journalist and freelance writer who has worked for several Northern California newspapers. She is the editor and publisher of Edible East Bay.... more
Renée Corona Kolvet is a federal archaeologist with a special interest in the Depression-era American West. She has written several articles on the Civilian Conservation Corps and the Indian New Deal and recently completed a photo history of Hoover Dam.... more