Dr. Kathryn Castle, a prominent educator, author, and historian, received her bachelor’s degree from Cornell and her master’s and Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of London. Dr. Castle is now on the Academic Board at London Metropolitan University and the Principal Lecturer of history at the University of North London.
Dr. Castle has written several books and was involved in historical research for the biography of J. Edgar Hoover, the first director of the FBI. In 1997, her book Brittania’s Children won the Triennial Prize from the Society for the History of Education.
Along with teaching, Dr. Castle mentors staff and students at the University of North London and performs research. She is an elected fellow of the Royal Historical Society and a Society for Theatre Research member. She is married to Paul Sutton, and they have one daughter.