Kristina joined the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library as Campus Library Dean in September 2022. She previously worked as the library director at Ringling College of Art and Design, where she also served as the Primary Fulbright Program Adviser, mentoring students and alumni throughout the application process. She has served throughout her career in public and user services roles, working primarily with arts and humanities constituencies, as well as in transdisciplinary settings across the institution. In addition to her work in libraries, Kristina maintains a research agenda within early modern art history, focusing on the visual culture surrounding relics in post-Tridentine Italy. In her spare time, Kristina enjoys domestic and international travel, exploring museums of all types, and catching up on the latest fiction.
Keogh, Kristina and Nicole Caron. “Contemporary Research Methods for Creatives: A Faculty/Library Collaboration and Research Course by and for Creatives.” In Creators in the Academic Library, edited by Alexander Watkins and Rebecca Kuglitsch. Association of College and Research Libraries. (In press; expected 2023).
Keogh, Kristina. “Authenticating the Holy Body: Transitions between Relic and Image in the Early Modern Cults of Caterina de’ Vigri and Maria Maddalena de’ Pazzi.” In The Interaction of Art and Relics in Late Medieval and Early Modern Art, edited by Livia Stoenescu, 11-27. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2020.
Keogh, Kristina M. and Stephen A. Patton. “Embedded Art Librarianship: Partnering from Concept to Production.” Art Documentation: The Journal of the Art Libraries Society of North America 35, no. 1 (2016): 144-163.