Katherine Goktepe

Katherine Goktepe

Katherine Goktepe

Dr.
part-time lecturer
1439 McLean Mews Ct.
VA 22101 McLean
Main Focuses
  • History of Political Thought
  • International Relations
  • Democratic Theory
  • Early Modern Literature
Fields of research
  • Political Theory
  • Democratic Theory
  • International Relations
  • Literature and Politics
Education

Ph.D in Political Science, Johns Hopkins University, December 2016

[Major field: Political Theory; Minor field: International Relations]

M.A. in English Language and Literature, University of Virginia, January 2005

B.A. in Foreign Affairs and English, University of Virginia, May 2003

Professional Career

--Instructor, Upper-Class Seminar "Democracy and Greatness," Spring 2015 at the University of Mannheim

--Instructor, Upper-Class Seminar, "Feminist and Queer Theory: Politics and Performance," Spring 2016 at Johns Hopkins University

--Instructor, Freshman Seminar, "Whiteness and Racial Identity," Intersession 2016 at Johns Hopkins University

Awards

Teaching Fellowship, Women and Gender Studies Program, Johns Hopkins University, Spring 2016 

Baden-Württemberg Scholarship to teach at the University of Mannheim, Spring 2015

Warren B. Hunting Scholarship, Political Science Department, Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2012

Spring 2013 Graduate Student Fellowship, Political Science Department, Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2008- Spring 2013, Spring 2015, Spring 2016

George Owen Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University, Fall 2008-Spring 2011

Preferred Participant Fellowship, School of Criticism and Theory, Seminar on "Anticolonial Metaphysics," Cornell University, Summer 2009