Research with a radical edge.
Kevin is a Research Fellow in the School of Culture and Creative Arts at the University of Glasgow, where he works on an international project investigating the use of gender equity policies in the film industries of the UK, Germany and Canada. In 2016, Kevin completed a PhD in history at University College London and has over ten years of research experience across academia, higher education and the voluntary sector.
He is a member of the Royal Society of Edinburgh’s Young Academy of Scotland, sits on Young Scot’s Data Advisory Group and the boards of Evaluation Support Scotland and the Equality Network. Kevin has published peer-reviewed work on equality, diversity and inclusion in academic journals and edited collections. He has presented evidence on LGBTQ data at the Scottish Parliament and several academic conferences.
To find out more about Kevin’s academic work, visit his ORCID profile.
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Speaking and events.
Kevin is an experienced communicator on queer lives and their intersection with data, diversity initiatives, technology and institutional power. He has delivered in-person and online talks for governments, tech companies, research organisations, arts bodies, universities and colleges across the UK, Europe and North America. Kevin has also chaired events on gender, sex and sexuality; technology and society; and arts and culture.
Kevin presenting a talk on equality, diversity and inclusion data at the University of Glasgow, May 2022.
Kevin chairing an event on the politics of sex at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, August 2022.
Kevin signing copies of Queer Data at Aye Write: Glasgow’s Book Festival, May 2022.
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