Kathryn A. Morrison
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Kathryn A. Morrison
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Kathryn A. Morrison (Kathy Morrison) Architectural historian. Currently researching chain store architecture and C17th stonemasonry.  Photographs contributed by Kathryn A. Morrison to the Conway Library are currently being digitised by the Courtauld Institute of Art, as part of the Courtauld Connects project.
Education and employment
Kathryn A. Morrison attended the University of York, Courtauld Institute of Arts.
Joint Head of Historic Places Investigation with Historic England
Awards and recognitions
- Alice Davis Hitchcock Medallion presented by the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain in 2004 for English Shops and Shopping.
- Cited as Chairman of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain in The Paul Mellon Centre Newsletter, Issue 34, June 2012. Chairman-Director from 2009-2012 
- Award for Carscapes book:
- Peter Neaverson Award for Outstanding Scholarship awarded by the Association for Industrial Archaeology and the Railway & Canal Historical Society's Transport Book of the Year Awards 2014. It was also shortlisted for the 2014 Art Book Prize given by the Authors' Club and the Alice Davis Hitchcock 2014 Award sponsored by the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain.
- Elected fellow of the Socety of Antiquaries
- The workhouse: a study of poor-law buildings in England, 1999, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England.
- English shops and shopping : an architectural history, 2004,Yale University Press.
- The Fever Wards, Stamford Hospital, Uffington Road, Stamford : historic buildings assessment,2015, Historic England.
- Woolworth's: 100 years on the high street, 2015, Historic England.ISBN 9781848022461
- Apethorpe: The Story of an English country house, edited by Kathryn A. Morrison. 2016, Yale University Press.ISBN 9780300148701
- Shopping parades, ed. P. Stamper, 2016, Historic England.ISBN 9781848024007
- Stewartby Brickworks, Stewartby, Bedfordshire: The Historical Significance of Stewartby Brickworks, 2018, Historic England.
- Carscapes: The Motor Car, Architecture and Landscapes in England, Kathryn A. Morrison and John Minnis, 2012,Yale University Press.ISBN 0300187041
- Built to last?: The buildings of the Northamptonshire boot and shoe industry, with Ann Bond, 2015, English Heritage.ISBN 9781848023031
- Buildings and infrastructure for the motor car, John Minnis and Kathryn A. Morrison and edited by Paul Stamper, 2016, Historic England.ISBN 9781848024502
- One hundred years of suburbia: the Aldershot estate in Wanstead 1899-1999 / Kathryn Morrison and Anne Robey. 1999, Royal Commission on the Historical Monuments of England.ISBN 978-0901616210
- The West Portal of Ivry-la-Bataille in ‘Medieval Architecture and its Intellectual Context. Studies in honour of Peter Kidson’, eds. Fernie, E & Crossley, P., A&C Black, 1990
- Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham / John Minnis, incorporating research by Emily Cole, Luke Jacob and Kathryn Morrison. 2015, Historic England.
- Historic England:Historic Places Investigation: Cole, E and Morrison, K 2013 Red House (formerly Framlingham Workhouse), Framlingham Castle, Suffolk. Historic England Research Report 23/2016:
- Joint Head of Historic Places Investigation with Historic England researcher (2006-2018)
Reviews on K.A. Morrison work
- ‘Shops and Shopping’ by Jessica Sewell, in Winterthur Portfolio :A Journal of American Material Culture, Volume 40, Number 2/3 | Summer/Autumn 2005 “The volume serves as a model for what can be learned from careful, in-depth observation of material culture in the form of the built environment [...] it provides readers with the tools to recognize the period and use of English shops from almost any era’
- Neil Gregory DOI: 10.3366/arch.2015.0075 on" Carscapes: The Motor Car, Architecture and Landscapes in England"
In the media
- Kathryn, Morrison (2014). "Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians of Great Britain" (PDF). Architectural History. 57 – via www.cambridge.org.
- "Who made the Conway Library?". Digital Media. 2020-06-30. Retrieved 2020-09-01.
- Kathryn, Morrison (Spring 2018). "Historic England". Historic England. Issue 8 – via Historic England.org.
- "Clegg, Simon Paul, (born 11 Aug. 1959), Chairman, Great Britain Badminton, since 2013; Managing Director, Zeus International Management, since 2014", Who's Who, Oxford University Press, 2007-12-01, retrieved 2020-09-21
- Gregory, Neil (2015-11-01). "KATHRYN A. MORRISON AND JOHN MINNIS, Carscapes: The Motor Car, Architecture and Landscapes in England, New Haven, CT, Yale University Press, 2012, ISBN: 0300187041, £32". Architectural Heritage. 26 (1): 167–170. doi:10.3366/arch.2015.0075. ISSN 1350-7524.
- "Ms Kathryn Morrison". Society of Antiquaries of London. Retrieved 2020-09-21.
- Fernie, E. C.; Crossley, Paul (1990-01-01). Medieval Architecture and Its Intellectual Context: Studies in Honour of Peter Kidson. A&C Black. ISBN 978-1-85285-034-0.
- "Curzon Street Station, New Canal Street, Birmingham / John Minnis, incorporating research by Emily Cole, Luke Jacob and Kathryn Morrison. - British Library". explore.bl.uk. Retrieved 2020-09-03.
- "Research Department Reports". research.historicengland.org.uk. Retrieved 2020-09-03.
- Sewell, Jessica (2005-06-01). "Kathryn A. Morrison, English Shops and Shopping: An Architectural History". Winterthur Portfolio. 40 (2/3): 165–168. doi:10.1086/504858. ISSN 0084-0416.
- Kathryn Morrison on Twitter
- Kathryn Morrison Coaching
- English Shops and Shopping by Kathryn A. Morrison - Yale books
- English Shops and Shopping: Morrison
- English Shops and Shopping: An Architectural History
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