Kathleen has been recognised for excellence in undergraduate teaching by the Faculty of Arts, with particular emphasis on her ability to motivate and inspire students.
Kathleen teaches principally first year level units in Medieval and Renaissance history streams, including:
She is also involved in summer history units taught at the Monash Prato campus such as:
Kathleen is available to supervise honours and postgraduate research in high medieval politics, rhetoric, and gender, and in the medieval and early modern history of the British Isles generally.
- David Jackson (MA), 12th-century Pilgrimage to the Holy Land from Scandinavia
- Deborah Seiler (PhD, External), Homosocial friendship in late medieval England
- Elinor French (MA), Inquisition Records and Social Networks in 13th-Century Languedoc
- Kerry Kirwan (MA), Viking Travel Stories and Fabulous Journeys
- Jessica O’Leary (MA), Emotions and Identity in 15th-Century Aragonese Transregional Family Letters
- Kyly Walker (MA), King Stephen and His Episcopal Relationships
- Rosa Martorana (MA), Text, Space and Control: Religious Women in Renaissance Italy
- Anne Holloway (PhD, 2016), Early Dominican Exempla Collections: Defining a Method of Ethical Pedagogy
- Katherine Aldred (BA Hons, 2015), The Letters of Bess of Hardwick as a Performative Medium
- Morgan Griffiths, (BA Hons, 2014): Llywelyn ap Gruffydd: The Nature of Politics and Alliances in Medieval Wales