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Kate Haselden

Kate Haselden is Participation Facilitator for National Museums Liverpool, based primarily at the International Slavery Museum and Merseyside Maritime Museum. Alongside this, she acts as Lead Facilitator for the Walker Art Gallery’s ‘Carving Out Truths’ research project, examining the connections between the gallery’s sculpture collection and transatlantic slavery in Liverpool.

Kate studied English Literature at the University of Oxford. After graduating with a master’s degree in Art Gallery and Museum Studies from the University of Manchester, she now specialises in decolonial museum practice and increasing access to museum collections.

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