Kim is Principal of Open College and teaches in the areas of pastoral and practical theology with a particular interest in research methodologies and Chaplaincy Studies. She holds an MPhil by research in Church History and a Doctorate in Theology, both from Birmingham University. She has published on young women’s experiences of church and using social media for qualitative research and is a member of the steering group for the Symposium on the Faith Lives of Women and Girls. Kim is also an Assistant Priest in a local Church of England parish.
Wasey, K. (2018). ‘Using Social Media for Feminist Qualitative Research: A Pilot Study into Women’s Experiences of Holy Communion’. In N. Slee, F. Porter, & A. Phillips (Eds.), Researching female faith: qualitative research methods (pp 113-124). London: Routledge. (Explorations in Practical, Pastoral and Empirical Theology)
Wasey, K. (2013). ‘Being in communion: patterns of inclusion and exclusion in young lay women’s experiences of Eucharist in the Church of England’, In N. Slee, F. Porter, & A. Phillips (Eds.), The faith lives of women and girls: qualitative research perspectives (pp.65-76). Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd. (Explorations in Practical, Pastoral and Empirical Theology)