Doctor of Philosophy (University of Queensland), Master of Arts (Research) (Queensland University of Technology), Masters of Architecture (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor of Design (Queensland University of Technology), Bachelor Built Environment (Queensland University of Technology), Diploma of Architectural Technology (Gold Coast Coll. of Adv. Ed.)
Kirsty Volz trained in both interior design and architecture. Her research has been published in several books and international journals on critical histories and theories of architecture.
- Brown A, Volz K, (2021) The horror of the homicidal floor: Destabilized elements of interior architecture. In P Kirkham & S Lichtman, Screen Interiors : From Country Houses to Cosmic Heterotopias, Bloomsbury Visual Arts, pp. 259-279.
- Brown A, Volz K, (2020) Heritage and Housing in the Post-Political City: Sydney's Sirius Building. In A Paine, SH & J MacArthur, Valuing Architecture: Heritage And The Economics Of Culture, Valiz, pp. 228-245.
- Volz K, (2020) Reconsidering ‘Minor’ Archives: The Case of Australian Architect Nell McCredie, Architectural Histories, 8 (1).
- Volz K, (2019) Natural disasters, undesign and the absent interior. In G Sade, G Coombs & A Mcnamara, Undesign: Critical practices at the intersection of art and design, Routledge, pp. 175-185.
- Volz K, (2017) Claiming domestic space: Queensland's interwar women architects and their labour saving devices, Lilith: a Feminist History Journal, 2017 (23), pp. 105-117.
- Stafford L, Volz K, (2016) Diverse bodies-space politics: towards a critique of social (in)justice of built environments, TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Programs, 34, pp. 1-17.