Keith earned his master’s (1982) and doctoral (1992) degrees from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. His ongoing research agenda, centers upon philosophically examining how creativity and critical thinking are acquired, learned, utilized and practiced in the performing arts. He has taken his findings and applied them to the professional development of educational practitioners.
He currently teaches as an adjunct professor of English at Bridgewater State University, as well as teaching English, philosophy, humanities and public speaking courses at Bristol Community College.
He lives in Swansea, Massachusetts with his wife Carolyn. They have six children and 13 grandchildren. Due to his love of family, he has seen his fervor for history, as well as his passion for wondering about the future, deepen.
From May 23rd until October 9th of 2014, he sat down at his computer on a daily basis and began writing a science fiction/fantasy thriller about the quest for human immortality.