Molly Keehn

Visiting Lecturer in Intergroup Dialogue

Molly Keehn has been leading trainings and teaching courses at the undergraduate and graduate level about intergroup dialogue and Social Justice for the past fourteen years. Molly’s doctoral research focused on the role of personal storytelling about experience on student learning about race and racism in two social justice courses. Molly has co-authored book chapters on white identity development, listening engagement in intergroup dialogue and social justice education frameworks and pedagogy. She has previously taught courses and worked with intergroup dialogue programs at UMASS Amherst and Mount Holyoke College (through student affairs) and has taught in the social work program at Western New England University. Molly is also the co-creator of CoJourn, a peer support and accountability program and is currently completing a book about the program. 

Recent Campus News

Bestselling author Beverly Daniel Tatum will give a public talk about intergroup dialogue on June 8 at 7 p.m. in Hooker Auditorium. She is a former professor, dean and acting president of Mount Holyoke.

Conversation as catalyst — a conference

Mount Holyoke is co-sponsoring the 2019 Intergroup Dialogue Conference, drawing together experts with a shared passion for collaborative communication.