Dr Kathy Burrell BA (Hons), MA, PhD

Reader in Human Geography Geography and Planning


Personal Statement

Kathy Burrell joined Liverpool as a Senior Lecturer in Social and Cultural Geography in January 2013. Before this she was a Reader in Migration and Material Culture at De Montfort University in Leicester. Kathy was awarded her AHRB-funded PhD on postwar Polish, Italian and Greek-Cypriot migration to the UK at the University of Leicester in 2004. Kathy also did her BA and MA degrees at Leicester, graduating in 1998 with a BA in Politics and Economic & Social History (First Class Hons), and an MA in English Local History in 2000. Her research lies in the interconnections between migration, mobility, memory, place and material culture.

Administrative Roles

  • Ethics Lead, Faculty of Science and Engineering and Chair, Faculty of Science and Engineering Ethics Committee
  • Member of University Research Governance Committee
  • Member of CORE (University Committee on Research Ethics)
  • Member of RESNIP (University Research Ethics Subcommittee for Non-Invasive Procedures)

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