Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge, Ph.D.

Prior to joining the faculty at UWG, Dr. Keohane-Burbridge taught in a variety of positions. She has been a special education preschool teacher, a college history instructor, and a high school social studies teacher. Dr. Keohane-Burbridge earned her PhD in medieval history from Fordham University and her MAT from UWG. 

  • B.A., History, Boston College, 2002
  • MA, History, Fordham University, 2006
  • Ph.D., Medieval History, Fordham University, 2016
  • M.A.T., Secondary Education / Social Studies, University of West Georgia, 2022

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Elizabeth Keohane-Burbridge, ed. (Under Contract, expected Spring 2025) Teaching the Once and Future Middle Ages: a Global History for a Global World. Rowman and Littlefield.

Keohane-Burbridge, E., & Caccipuoti, C. (2020). Independent Scholars Meet the World: Expanding Academia Beyond the Academy. University Press of Kansas. [View Publication External Resource]

Keohane-Burbridge, E. (2016) "Dorothy Bruce Weske: Academia and Motherhood in the Mid-Twentieth Century." Nursing Clio. [View Publication External Resource]

Keohane-Burbridge, E. (2013). The Clergymen of Medieval Convocation: A Prosopographical Study of the Representatives of the Dioceses of Lincoln and Winchester from 1313 to 1536. Medieval Prosopography, 35-60. [View Publication External Resource]