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J. Karen RayJ. Karen Ray is a Professor of English  Though trained as a scholar of Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British drama, she has done extensive work on the roles of women in Kansas history. Specifically, she was one of the founding members of the Kansas Chautauqua and as such created and performed the roles of Carry Nation, Kate Richards O'Hare, Osa Johnson, and Laura Ingals Wilder.

Email: jkaren.ray@washburn.edu

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