Kylie SchroederUtah State University, USA
Kylie received undergraduate degrees in anthropology, folklore, religious studies, and Celtic Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2014 and completed a M.A. through Utah State University's Folklore Program in 2018. She attended the Off The Beaten track summer school as a student in 2014. In addition to teaching college composition, her varied work experiences have included time with the National Park Service through the National Council for Preservation Education, the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress, the Fife Folklore Archives, USU's Digital Folklore Project, and a number of local and state museums with a focus on education and interpretation. Her research and publications have mainly focused on culinary tourism, haunted heritage tourism, and digital folklore.