Kristin-Hussey-Headshot.jpgKristin Hussey (QMUL)- Kristin is a PhD researcher in the School of Geography at Queen Mary University of London worked on her thesis entitled ‘Imperial Medicine in the Global City: Products, Practices and Practitioners from the Empire in London 1870-1920’. Using space, materiality and the body as a lens, the project aims to explore the ways in which imperial medicine can be understood as a conversation between Empire and metropolitan spaces. Kristin has previously worked at the Science Museum and most recently as Assistant Curator of the Hunterian Museum. She is also a museum blogger and co-edits the Ministry of Curiosity.

sarah 2Sarah Morton (Keble College, Oxford)- Sarah is an AHRC-funded PhD candidate at Keble College, Oxford working on her thesis entitled ‘The legacies of repatriation of human remains’ in collaboration with the Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons. The project employs archival and ethnographic methods to explore how repatriation is put into practice and what happens subsequently to repatriated remains. The project will show how human remains are socially and materially constructed and the different meanings and associations repatriated remains hold for different stakeholders in the repatriation process. Sarah is also a qualified conservator, specialising in archaeology, and has previously worked with Oxford County Council Museums.

in partnership with…

The Hunterian Museum at the Royal College of Surgeons and the Barts Pathology Museum