Professor Millet Wins Research Award from SF State

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Friday, March 20, 2020
J. (SAN FRANCISCO) -- Professor Kitty Millet, chair of the Jewish Studies department at San Francisco State University, has won the inaugural Marcus Transformative Research Award from the University’s College of Liberal & Creative Arts. The award will help Millet complete research on her forthcoming book “Kabbalah and Literature,” by funding research travel and a leave of absence this semester. The book is set to be published by Bloomsbury next year.