Romance Languages Professor Studies Magic of Potter

Magical whiz kid Harry Potter can be seen as a modern teenager, but also, according to UC Professor Kathryn Lorenz’s work, as a representation of different Arthurian characters.

Lorenz, a member of the faculty of the Romance Languages and Literatures Department at the University of Cincinnati, has been writing and talking about Harry Potter since 2001.

Read more about Lorenz's work.

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