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Kathrina is a part time Ph.D student, researching the motivations and social significance of philanthropy in the boot and shoe industry in Northamptonshire in the nineteenth and early twentieth century.
She has an MA in History from the Open University where her thesis was on the developments of the bus industry in Northampton 1920-1950.
Kathrina has a BA (Hons) in Music Practice and a PGCE in the Lifelong Learner Sector from University of Northampton and was a former music tutor at Northampton College.
Kathrina is the Membership Officer for History Lab and the joint blog editor for the Women's History Network
Master, The Open University
Bachelor, University of Northampton
PGCE, University of Northampton
Membership Officer, History Lab
1 Sep 2021 → …
Blog and Social Media Editor, Women's History Network
1 Jul 2021 → …
- 1 Seminar
Ladies of the Shoe Trade: Philanthropy, politics and the social significance of the wives of prominent shoe manufacturers in Northampton 1850 - 1950
Kathrina Perry (Author)26 May 2021
Activity: Academic Talks or Presentations › Seminar › ResearchFile