Kathleen Mcilvenna


NameKathleen Mcilvenna
Job titleSenior Lecturer in History
Research instituteCollege of Arts, Humanities and Education
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-3136-5526

Research outputs

Reimagining where we live: cultural placemaking and the levelling up agenda

Michopoulou, E., Mcilvenna, K., Roe, C. and Antchak, V. 2022. Reimagining where we live: cultural placemaking and the levelling up agenda . UK Parliament.

The beating heart of the system: the health of postal workers in Victorian London

Brown, Douglas, Green, David, McIlvenna, Kathleen and Shelton, Nicola 2020. The beating heart of the system: the health of postal workers in Victorian London. Journal of Historical Geography. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhg.2020.04.001

‘The postman wears out fast’: Retiring sick in London’s Victorian post office

Green, David, Brown, Douglas, McIlvenna, Kathleen and Shelton, Nicola 2019. ‘The postman wears out fast’: Retiring sick in London’s Victorian post office. The London Journal. 44 (3), pp. 180-205. https://doi.org/10.1080/03058034.2019.1662680

"The widows and orphans of servants are dying": The conflict of family in the design and application of nineteenth-century civil servant pensions

McIlvenna, Kathleen 2019. "The widows and orphans of servants are dying": The conflict of family in the design and application of nineteenth-century civil servant pensions. in: Palgrave Macmillan.

‘The natural foundation of perfect efficiency’: Medical services and the Victorian post office

McIlvenna, Kathleen, Brown, Douglas and Green, David R 2019. ‘The natural foundation of perfect efficiency’: Medical services and the Victorian post office. Social History of Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1093/shm/hky123

Addressing ill health: Sickness and retirement in the Victorian post office

Green, David R, Brown, Douglas H L and McIlvenna, Kathleen 2018. Addressing ill health: Sickness and retirement in the Victorian post office. Social History of Medicine. https://doi.org/10.1093/shm/hky081

Developing local narratives for objects in national collections: Lessons learned from the “Number Please? Working with the Enfield Exchange” project.

Geoghegan, Hilary, McIlvenna, Kathleen and van der Vaart, Merel 2017. Developing local narratives for objects in national collections: Lessons learned from the “Number Please? Working with the Enfield Exchange” project. Curator: The Museum Journal. https://doi.org/10.1111/cura.12201
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