Kirsty joined King’s College London as a part-time LAHP funded PhD student in 2019.
Proposed Title: UK-EU Changing Relationship and its Impact on UK National Museums: A study of the time period 1991-2021
- Dr Serena Iervolino
- Dr Hye-Kyung Lee
Kirsty is currently working as a Research Institute Assistant for the Arts and Humanities Research Institute and a Graduate Teaching Assistant for the Department of Culture, Media & Creative Industries. She works closely with the Arts & Humanities Research Institute Manager, Dr Ed Stevens, and the Engagement Officer, Mark Johnson, to facilitate the coordination of 13 interdisciplinary and socially engaged research centres. Kirsty has over 5 years' experience in administrative, personal assistant and project assistant roles, across the travel, voluntary and higher education sectors. She is particularly interested in promoting projects which have the potential for board impact and which encourage public engagement and collaboration.
Kirsty was awarded the Course Directors’ Prize in 2018 (for achieving the best all-round performance across 9 courses offered by the Department of Strategy, Marketing and Innovation at Kingston University), and the Kingston Scholarship Scheme in 2013.
Kirsty also holds a BA (Hons) (First Class) in Fine Art & Art History (Kingston University), and a MA (Hons) (Distinction) Museums and Galleries & the Creative Economy (Kingston University).