Amy Fish

Assistant Director for Experiential Learning and Academic & Co-Curricular Initiatives

Dr. Amy (Amanda) Fish teaches at Kilachand and works to assess and strengthen our curricular and co-curricular offerings, including the Kilachand course sequence, the Keystone Project, and the Kilachand Internship Program. Previously, she was a Kilachand Postdoctoral Fellow. She is a literary and cultural scholar who researches the ways in which children and childhood have shaped racism, anti-racism, and justice movements in the twentieth and twenty-first century United States. Her book, Writing Themselves into the Movement: Child Authors of the Black Arts Era, is under contract with the University of Massachusetts Press and has benefited from lively interdisciplinary exchanges at KHC.