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Jennifer KeohaneJennifer Keohane

assistant professor
Klein Family School of Communications Design

Contact Information:

Phone: 410.837.6283

Ph.D., M.A., University of Wisconsin-Madison
B.A., Northwestern University
Jennifer Keohane's website and C.V. (.pdf)

Jennifer Keohane holds a Ph.D. in Communication Arts (Rhetoric, Politics, and Culture) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison; an M.A. in Communication Arts (Rhetoric) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison; and a B.A. in Communication Studies (Rhetoric and Public Culture) and International Studies, magna cum laude, from Northwestern University. She most recently taught communications courses including public speaking, issues of freedom of speech and communication ethics, business communication, and organizational communication at George Mason University. Her publications and scholarship examine issues of class, identity, feminism, race, and character as expressed through rhetoric and communication; she is currently working on two books: Red Rhetoric: Crafting a Feminist Voice in Cold War America, and The Routledge Handbook of Character Assassination and Reputation Management.