2003–2007 Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication, Minor in History and Cinema Studies at New York University, New York, NY
2008–2011 Engagement for the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board, New York, NY
2011–2014 Master of Arts in World Heritage Studies an der BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg
2013–2014 Work with New-York Historical Society, New York, NY
2014–2017 Programming and Communications Coordinator for the Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY
Since December 2016 Doctoral Candidate with the Chair in Architectural Conservation, dissertation topic “Reclaiming Continuity: Lessons from the Recovery of Living Religious Heritage in Postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina”
2017–2018 Instructor in the Master's Program in Heritage Conservation and Site Management offered by BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg and Helwan University Cairo
2020-2021 Teaching Assistant, Department of Architectural Conservation, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg
Since October 2021 Teaching Assistant, DAAD Summer School Studio Bagan: Exploring Counternarratives
Williams, Katelyn (Forthcoming): The Role of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Living Sacral Heritage in the Aftermath of War. In: Religious Heritage in a Diverse Europe: New Directions in Practice, Policy & Scholarship. Groningen, The Netherlands: The University of Groningen.
Williams, Katelyn (2017): Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Post-Conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina: The Example of the Ferhadija Mosque. Paper presented at the Scientific Symposium of the 19th General Assembly of the International Council on Monuments and Sites, New Delhi, India.
Williams, Katelyn (2015): Interpreting the Teufelsberg Historic Site. In: Schmidt, Leo & Skedzuhn-Safir, Alexandra (eds.): Forschen Bauen & Erhalten: Jahrbuch 2014/2015. Berlin/Bonn 2016, pp. 102–8.
Reviving Living Heritage: The Recovery of Ottoman-era Sacral Sites in Post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Vorlesung "Architectural Conservation – Heritage in Context", Wintersemester 2019/2020
19.6.2019, Groningen, The Netherlands
The Role of Bosnia and Herzegovina’s Living Sacral Heritage in the Aftermath of War.
Konferenz: Religious Heritage in a Diverse Europe: New Directions in Practice, Policy & Scholarship, Groningen, The Netherlands, 19.–21. Juni 2019
Workshop: It’s complicated: Negotiating the diverse needs of stakeholders at living religious heritage sites (Leitung des Workshops zusammen mit Clara Rellensmann)
Interpret Europe Conference: Engaging with Diversity, Sarajevo, 31. Mai – 3. Juni 2019
14.12.2017, New Delhi
Reconstruction and Reconciliation in Post-Conflict Bosnia and Herzegovina.
19th ICOMOS General Assembly, Scientific Symposium: Heritage and Democracy, New Delhi, India, 11.–15. Dezember 2017
(Re)emerging from the Ashes of War: Conservation Practices and Heritage Recovery in Sarajevo’s Baščaršija District.
Zeit Foundation and Gerda Henkel Foundation Summer School: History Takes Place – Dynamics of Urban Change, Belgrade, Serbia, & Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 4.–15. September 2017
Heritage in Hindsight: Heritage Recovery in Post-War Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Architectural History Workshop, Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain (SAHGB), 20. Mai 2017.
Preserving and Interpreting Brooklyn's Historic Waterfront.
Vorlesung "Architectural Conservation – Heritage in Context", Wintersemester 2015/2016