I am an inter-disciplinary, qualitative social scientist. I joined the University of St Andrews in 2010, having previously held a prestigious Urban Studies postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Glasgow (2007-10), exploring political geographies of the city. I have been Director of the Centre for Housing Research within the Department of Geography & Sustainable Development since July 2014.
I am also a leading member of the Housing Studies Association (a UK learned society), and have recently become Chair of the Association. I’ve also been a member of the editorial board for the journal of Housing Studies since 2010, and was Reviews Co-editor between 2010-12. Previously, I’ve also been an editorial board member of Social Policy and Society.
I am an active tweeter and listed in the LSE Impact Blog’s Social Science Academics on Twitter. During my academic career I have led and contributed to research funded by the ESRC, Leverhulme, Carnegie and the British Academy. My work is both policy-relevant and theoretically informed, engaging with international debates on Foucauldian governmentality theory.
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Dr Kim McKee, Centre for Housing Research
Department of Geography & Sustainable Development
University of St Andrews, The Observatory, Buchanan Gardens
St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9LZ
Telephone: 01334 461786 or 3928
St Andrew’s Staff Webpage: http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/gsd/people/km410/
Centre for Housing Research Website: http://ggsrv-cold.st-andrews.ac.uk/chr/
Google Scholar homepage: http://tinyurl.com/cfw24wf