Kimm Curran is an affiliate researcher in Theology & Religious Studies at the University of Glasgow. Her theses focused on ‘Religious Women and their Communities in Late Medieval Scotland’ and will be published by Four Courts Press (Dublin). Her publications include themes of prosopography of religious women in Scotland, the role of prioresses in Scottish convents and elections of prioresses in Scottish convents and monastic education in Scotland. Her research interests lie in comparative approaches of Augustinian convents in medieval Britain and Ireland, the identity of medieval English nuns as well as monastic landscapes of the medieval and modern world. She is currently the co-network coordinator for the Prosopography in Medieval Monastic Studies [PiMMS-net] and the History of Women in Medieval Wales, Ireland & Scotland [HWIMWIS-net].