Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow
PhD, History, Mississippi State University, 2016
MA, History, Mississippi State University, 2011
BA, African American Studies, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2008
BA, History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, 2008
Karen A. Senaga is a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow and specializes in African American history, environmental history, and food history. She is currently working on her manuscript entitled Tasteless, Cheap, and Southern: A History of the Farm-Raised Catfish Industry, which examines the rise and decline of the American farmed catfish through the history of the senses, agriculture, labor, environment, race, and technology.