Katelyn M. Campbell

e: kcampbe2@live.unc.edu

EDUCATION
Ph.D.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, American Studies (May 2023 - Expected)
Advised by Dr. Sharon P. Holland.
Research Interests: Feminist Theory, History of Women in the United States (20th century),
Sexuality Studies
A.B. Wellesley College, American Studies cum laude (May 2017)
Advisor: Dr. Paul Fisher
Senior Project: “Ruralism in the Lesbian Imagination: Separatism as a Means of Creating a Womyn’s
Capitalism.”

FELLOWSHIPS AND HONORS
Margaret Storrs Grierson Fellowship
($2500) Mar. 2019
Smith College Special Collections
Travel Award
($500) Mar. 2019
UNC Department of American Studies
Conference Travel Award
($400) Mar. 2019 (Declined)
UNC Graduate and Professional Students Federation
Dean’s Discretionary Fund Award
($5000) Aug. 2018
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Provost’s Travel Grant ($300) Sept. 2016
Wellesley College
Young WV Power Building Award Aug. 2016
WV Healthy Kids & Families Coalition
Harry S. Truman Scholarship ($30,000) May 2016
Harry S. Truman Foundation
Summer Public Service Grant ($3000) April 2016 (Declined)
Wellesley College Office of Career Education
Youth Advocating Change Award April 2015
Partners in Sex Education

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
Graduate Student Summer Residency, National Humanities Center (July 2019)
Summer intensive training in pedagogical strategies for teaching geospatial literacy to undergraduate
students in the humanities. One of four graduate students selected from across humanities departments at
UNC.
Graduate Research Consultant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (May 2019)
AMST 278: Crimes and Punishments with Dr. Seth Kotch.
Guided student archival research and digital mapping contributions to A Red Record.
Research Assistant, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (January 2019 - )
UNC Chapel Hill Program in Sexuality Studies with Dr. Sharon P. Holland.
Archival research documenting the history of queer life at UNC Chapel Hill and the history of the Sexuality
Studies Program.

Graduate Teaching Assistant
, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (August 2018 - )
Intersectionality: Race, Gender, Sexuality, and Social Justice (AMST 248) with Drs. Michelle Robinson,
Enrique Neblett, and Tanya Shields. (Spring 2019, 2 sections)
The Emergence of Modern America (AMST 101) with Dr. Sharon P. Holland. (Fall 2018, 2 sections)

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Abandoned Property Coalition VISTA
, West Virginia Community Development Hub (Aug. 2017 - Aug. 2018)
Truman Fellow, Zinn Education Project/Teaching for Change (June 2017 - July 2017)
HubCAP Project Assistant, West Virginia Community Development Hub (Jan. 2017 - May 2017)

SERVICE
Treasurer, Board of Directors,
West Virginia Healthy Kids & Families Coalition (2017-2019)
Wellesley College Government (2013 - 2016)
Student Council to the Wellesley College Board of Trustees (2015 - 2016)
Wellesley College Sexual Health Educators (2014 - 2016)

INVITED PRESENTATIONS
”Ruralism in the Lesbian Imagination.”
Invited presentation, Smith College Special Collections. June 2019.
”An Introduction to Womyn’s Land and Culture in the United States.”
Invited Presentation, AMST 101 instructed by Dr. Sharon Holland at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. October 2018.
”Building a Culture of Consent on Campus.” Invited workshop presentation, Dr. Jessica Scott, West Virginia Wesleyan College. Buckhannon, W.Va. April 2018.
”The Human Cost of Vacancy in West Virginia.” BAD Buildings Summit. Morgantown, W.Va. November 2017.
”McDowell: A ‘Free State’ Fifty Years After the War on Poverty.” Tanner Conference. Wellesley, M.A. October 2014.
”Using Student Activism to Fight for Science in Schools.” Secular Student Alliance Annual Conference. Columbus, O.H. July 2014.
”Youth Advocacy and Reproductive Rights: Grassroots in Action.” NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri Annual Meeting. July 2013. (Keynote)

SELECTED MEDIA COVERAGE
”A Young Appalachian Gone Rogue,” Nick Fouriezos, Ozy Magazine. January 27, 2017.
”Young Students Against Bad Science,” Douglas Quenqua, New York Times. September 2013.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Studies Association (2019 - Present)
Southeastern American Studies Association (2019 - Present)
UE 150 - Graduate Workers Union (2018 - Present)
Harry S. Truman Scholars Association (2016 - Present)