Katelynn Carver

Katelynn Carver

Katelynn E. Carver is a doctoral researcher at the University of St Andrews, studying the intersection of process relational thought, theopoetics, postsecularism, literature, culture, and neuropsychology, focusing on narrativity and its significance in meaning making at the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science from Baldwin Wallace University (2011), and her Master of Theological Studies from Harvard University (2014). She is a Tutor in Divinity and Theological Studies at St Mary’s College, University of St Andrews, the Professional Skills and Leadership Developer for the Centre for Academic, Professional and Organisational Development at the University of St. Andrews, Editorial Assistant for the Journal of Inklings Studies, and Editor of Guest Contributions for Transpositions: Theology, Imagination and the Arts. A published poet and author of long- and short-form fiction and non-fiction essays, she works as a trainer and facilitator for the Spaces of Belonging Initiative in Edinburgh and Glasgow in collaboration with the Maryhill Integration Network and The Welcoming to engage those from migrant, refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds in cultivating familiar and supportive space for self-empowerment, and is a signing member of the European Society for Process Thought.