Link to Harvard University webpage.


"Shadow-Dancing with Zadie Smith." Public Books. 15 November, 2016. 

Review of Watching Weimar Dance, by Kate Elswit. The Germanic Review: Literature, Culture, Theory. Vol. 90, No. 4 (2015), 369 – 372.

“Nothing is Wasted: A Review of Penelope Fitzgerald: A Life,” Women’s Review of Books. Vol. 32. No 5 (Sep / Oct).  

“The Chaos and Quiet of Karen Green,” Women's Review of Books. Vol. 32, No.1 (Jan-Feb 2015), 25-26. 

Essay Review of New German Dance Studies, Susan Manning and Lucia Ruprecht, eds. Dance Research Journal Vol. 46, No.1 (April 2014), 123-129.

Translation [German to English]: Bewegte Fragmente: eine Quellenedition [Fragments in Motion: A Sourcebook], ed., Wolfgang Müller and An Paenhuysen. Berlin: Hybriden Verlag, 2013.

Monograph: Body Madness Catalog (part II), New York: Danspace Project at St. Mark's Church (2011). 


“Curating Valeska Gert: Ana Isabel Keilson in conversation with Wolfgang Müller and An Paenhuysen,” in Critical Correspondence: the Movement Research Journal (February 2012).

“Elsewhere: Daniel McCusker in conversation with Ana Isabel Keilson and Kinebago’s Sara Smith,” in Critical Correspondence: the Movement Research Journal (June 2011).

"Melanie Maar and Kentai Nagai in conversaton with Ana Isabel Keilson," in Critical Correspondence: the Movement Research Journal (March - April, 2009).


Lecturer on Social Sudies, Committe on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard University (2017 - present)

Seminar Instructor, Department of History, Sciences Po (Reims) (Spring 2016)

Teaching Assistant and Lecturer, Department of History and American Studies, Columbia University (2010 - 2017)

Visiting Guest Lecturer, Department of Dance, Marymount Manhattan College (Spring 2014)

Visiting Faculty, Department of Dance, Barnard College (Spring 2012)

Instructor, the Putney School Summer Program (2009)

Visiting Artist, Bowdoin College (2008, 2009)


Film archivist for Merce Cunningham (2008-2009). Founder of ‘the zine’ (2007-2010). Co-director, CLASSCLASSCLASS (2010). 


The Last Magazine, review of Fanny and Alexander by Jason Resnikoff


“Watching Changes You”

“Impersonating History Impersonating Choreography”

“Dances without Dancing, Chaos, Failure, and the Process of Becoming Thyself”

“The Silver Feet of Danspace Project”