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Keri Lambert


Keri Lambert arrived at Phillips Academy in the Fall of 2020. She teaches U.S. and World History and holds a doctorate in African history from Yale University. Across all courses, her goals are to support students to make sense of perspectives different from their own, challenge students to become critical thinkers and compelling writers, and empower students to realize that they can be active agents in the shaping and making of history. An avid athlete, Keri is looking forward to working with the Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field teams here. She ran competitively for twelve seasons as a student at Amherst College, earning All-American honors seven times. In her spare time, Keri enjoys cycling and cooking with her husband, Matt, and exploring the outdoors with their Labrador retriever, Mackenzie. She is also working on a book manuscript tentatively entitled Elastic Allegiances: Producing Rubber and Belonging in Ghana, 1880-2017, which is based on over two years of archival and oral historical research conducted on three continents from 2013 to 2017.

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