Pearl Hogrefe papers
Scope and Content
The collection (1914-1977, undated) contains biographical information, class notes, publications, and correspondence. Much of the correspondence relates to her research and publishing efforts. Hogrefe's publications focus mostly on the writing of fiction and the English Renaissance, including articles about Thomas More and Thomas Elyot. In addition the papers include galley proofs, notes, and manuscripts on Tudor Women: Commoners and Queens (1975; call number: HQ1596 .H63) and on Women of Action in Tudor England (1977; call number: HQ1595.A3 H63).
- Hogrefe, Pearl (Person)
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Pearl Hogrefe (1889-1977) received an A.B. (1910) from Southwestern College in Winfield, Kansas. She earned her M.A. (1913) the University of Kansas and her Ph.D. (1927) from the University of Chicago.
Hogrefe was Head (1919-1921) of English at Missouri Wesleyan College. From there she went on to teach (1921-1924) at the Iowa State Teachers College (University of Northern Iowa). She also taught at Louisiana Polytechnic Institute, where she was a Professor and Head (1928-1931) of the Department of English. In 1931, Hogrefe became an Associate Professor (1931-1944) at Iowa State College (University) and was later promoted to Professor (1944-1971).
She was a member of Modern Language Association, Renaissance Society of America, Shakespeare Society of America, Association of American University Professors, and American Association for University Women. There are two fellowships to commemorate Pearl Hogrefe: the Wood-Hogrefe and the Pearle Hogrefe Endowment Fellowships. Her research and publication interests concentrate on the English Renaissance and the writing of fiction. Hogrefe has written seven major articles and ten books, including Tudor Women: Commoners and Queens.
2.73 Linear Feet (6 document boxes and 1 half-document box)
Released on 2018-11-01.
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- RS 13/10/52. Pearl Hogrefe papers, 1914-1977
- January 23, 2019
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