Kimm Curran has wide ranging research interests including monastic and religious life from 1100 to 1600, identity of medieval women religious, and the development (and survival) of monasteries in medieval and modern landscapes.
Her current work encompasses the modern presence of medieval monasteries in localities, gendered landscapes of medieval women religious, theoretical and experiential approaches to place, landscapes and the natural environment. Her current research project, Enable Heritage, focuses on disability studies and heritage.
She is also the creator of the hashtag #nuntastic and #nunscapes on Twitter.
You can find more about Kimm here or follow on Twitter @kimmcurran