Katharine Keenan is an assistant professor of classics and history. She joined the Carthage faculty in 2014 as a postdoctoral fellow in Western Heritage and history.
Prof. Keenan’s research interests lie in anthropology of policy, performance, post-conflict transformation, and urban space. She has been working on and in Northern Ireland since 2007, examining the role of large scale public-events in the regeneration of Belfast after the Good Friday Agreement.
She is originally from New Jersey, and is an avid open water swimmer. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Boston University in 2004, and her master’s degree from Teachers College, Columbia University in 2009. She earned her Ph.D. from Columbia University in 2014.
Visit Professor Keenan’s personal website: https://www.drkeenan.org/.
Katharine Keenan is an assistant professor of classics and history. Her research interests lie in anthropology of policy, performance, post-conflict transformation, and urban space.
Assistant Professor of Classics and History
- Ph.D. — Columbia University (2014)
- M.A. — Teachers College, Columbia University (2009)
- B.A. — Boston University (2004)