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Kay Reyerson

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Kay Reyerson has been elected a Fellow of the Medieval Academy of America, a wonderful testament to her accomplishments. The Medieval Academy was founded in 1925 and is the largest and most prestigous association committed to the study of the medieval world.

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In the induction ceremony, Kay was commended for her five books and more than three dozen articles that have made her one of the "formeost historians of medieval economics and trade." Kay was also recognized for her great level of service to the profession and extensive teaching, including guest professorships in Montepellier and Paris. The Medieval Academy also recognized her critcial role in creating networks of French and American scholars.

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