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Kristy Clark Koth

Ph.D. 2000

Kristy Clark Koth completed her dissertation, "The Subversive Power of Transvestism in the Theater of Sand, Genet and Benmussa" in 2000 and published an article on Jean Genet in the Dictionary of Literary Biography, 321: Twentieth-Century French Dramatists (2006): 161-174. She currently lives in Munich, Germany where she is co-owner of the publishing house Edition bi:libri, a small company specializing in bilingual and multilingual children's books. Although her work covers all aspects of the publishing business, her principle duties include selecting and editing manuscripts for publication, coordinating the translations of the manuscripts into 7 languages (English, French, Greek, Italian, Russian, Spanish and Turkish), developing pedagogical standards and pedagogical support material for Kindergarten and grade schools who use the bi:libri books and coordinating the audio recordings of native speakers for the CDs which sometimes accompany the books. She is also the mother of two bilingual children, who could have used her books when they were younger!