Ph.D., Univ. of Delaware (1986)
M.A., New York Univ. (1981)
B.A., Newcomb College of Tulane Univ (1977)
Kathleen Curran has taught at Trinity since 1990. A specialist in architectural history, she believes in the importance of understanding the built environment: buildings, cities, and landscapes. A winner of the 1997 Arthur H. Hughes Teaching Award, Curran teaches the specialist and non-specialist alike. Besides her courses in the history of architecture and cities, she has served as the College’s architecture adviser and has sent many students off to successful careers in architecture, historic preservation, and art history.