Kimm Curran

thumb_p1010032Kimm Curran is an affiliate researcher at Glasgow University, Medical Humanities Research Centre.

Her thesis focused on ‘Religious Women and their Communities in Late Medieval Scotland’ and   publications include themes of prosopography of religious women, the role of prioresses and elections of prioresses in Scottish convents,  monastic education in Scotland as well as medieval landscapes of women religious.

Her research interests include monastic and religious life from 1100-1600 in Britain and Ireland and particularly interested the development of monasteries in medieval landscapes, the modern presence of monasteries in localities, gendered landscapes, theoretical and experiential approaches to place, landscapes as well as disability studies and heritage.

She is also the creator of the hashtag #nuntastic on Twitter.

You can find more about Kimm here or follow on Twitter @kimmcurran 

 

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