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Kate Fritz

Kate Fritz

B.A. '10

Kate Fritz (BA ’10) was Reynolds Scholar and a Udall Foundation Scholar who also received the Richard J. Koppenaal Award for Distinguished Interdisciplinary Study. Her concentration was environmental politics, political theory and China studies. Fritz’s senior thesis project analyzed the discourse of global environmental problems and incorporated such writers and philosophers as Karl Marx, Friedrich Nietzsche, Emmanuel Levinas, Judith Butler, Kwame Anthony Appiah, Wendell Berry, Romand Coles and Jane Bennett. At Gallatin, says Fritz, “I was able to strike a delicate balance in creating a concentration that was rooted in the liberal arts, but that will serve me very well in the working world.” After traveling in Southeast Asia and China for a year, Fritz is now an assistant to activist Dr. Patch Adams and the Gesundheit Institute.

 

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Kate Fritz

B.A. '10

 
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