Dr Kirsteen Murray

Teaching Fellow

Background

I completed my PhD at the University of Edinburgh in 2001 and began teaching at New College at that time. I am historian and my main interest is the relationship between religion and popular culture. My research has been in the transmisison of Christianity in the Pacific Islands and I also have an interest in gender and popular religiosity in Early Modern Europe.

Methodist Missionary History Project 2003-2013. http://www.methodistheritage.org.uk/missionaryhistory-historyproject.htm

Undergraduate teaching

History of Christianity as a World Religion 1a & 1b

Popular Religion, Women and Witchcraft in Early Modern Europe

Paradise Lost? Christianity in the Pacific 1668-1999 [not running 2016-17]