Kate Docking completed a BA in History at Kent in 2016, and an MPhil in Modern European History at the University of Cambridge in 2017; she has returned to the University of Kent to carry out research towards a PhD.
Kate's PhD project examines a group of female doctors and nurses who worked at Ravensbrück concentration camp during the Third Reich. It considers how societal constructs of gender impacted the experiences of these women while they worked at the camp itself, and their post-war treatment by authorities in East and West Germany and in Britain.
Consortium for the Humanities and the Arts South East England (CHASE)
Kate Docking, ‘Review of Women in European Holocaust Films’, History: Reviews of New Books, 46 2018), pp. 126-127.
Kate Docking, ‘Who Worked at Ravensbrück?’, History Today Miscellanies Essay, 31 July 2018.
Kate Docking, ‘Victims, Perpetrators, Bystanders and Collaborators: Conference Report’, Munitions of the Mind blog, 16 July 2018.
Kate Docking, ‘Review of Female Administrators of the Third Reich’, Reviews in History, April 2018.
Kate Docking, ‘Human Experimentation at Ravensbrück Concentration Camp’, Panacea blog, 13 December 2016.