Kristin O'Donnell

Research Student, AHRC Technē NPIF funded Doctoral Researcher: ‘The Cultural Politics of Commemoration: Participatory Art and Britain’s Great War During the Centenary Moment’

20202020

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Kristin O’Donnell is a doctoral researcher based in the Centre for Memory, Narratives and History in the School of Humanities at the University of Brighton. Her research engages with the intersections of history, memory, and art, with a particular focus on identity, and the politics of war commemoration. Through her doctoral research ‘The Cultural Politics of Commemoration: Participatory Art and Britain’s Great War During the Centenary Moment’ Kristin explores the relationship between commemoration, identity formation, and nationalism in creating and policing boundaries of belonging.

Kristin is also an Associate Lecturer in the School of Humanities, and Adjunct Lecturer at the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) Global Institue in London lecturing on a range of history and culture studies modules. Kristin is also a member of the Women’s History Network Steering Committee, playing a key role in launching their successful online seminar series. Through her interest in cultural policy work Kristin has secured a Cumberland Lodge Scholarship to work at the intersection of academia, policy, and complex social challenges.

 

Education/Academic qualification

Master, University of Brighton

Award Date: 13 Dec 2017

Bachelor, University of Brighton

Award Date: 5 Jul 2016

External positions

Adjunct Lecturer

Aug 2018 → …

Cumberland Lodge Scholar, Cumberland Lodge

20182021

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