Assistant Program Director, Sr. Lecturer
At Johns Hopkins, Kathryn M. Fisher is the Assistant Program Director and a senior lecturer for the MA in Global Security Studies, MS in Intelligence Analysis, and MS in Geospatial Intelligence programs.
Fisher’s research focuses on the intersections of security, identity, and insecurity. Current projects examine the politics of food and security to explore how spatial and temporal configurations of identity are of constitutive causal significance for security dynamics. She previously taught at National Defense University, Ohio University, and the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Fisher earned a Master of Arts in international affairs from American University, a Bachelor of Arts in geography and French from the University of Colorado, and a Diploma in Plant Based Culinary Arts from Le Cordon Bleu London. She earned a PhD in international relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science. She is also a visiting research fellow with King’s College London’s Department of War Studies.
- “Failing Is Not an Option, It Is the Only Option: Critical Politics as a Time of Contradiction and Failure,” Kathryn Fisher and Christopher McIntosh, International Studies Review, December 2021
- Security, Identity, and British Counterterrorism Policy, Kathryn Fisher, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015