Maggie Andrews is Emeritus Professor of Cultural History at the University of Worcester. She has published several books on areas of twentieth-century women’s social and cultural history, including Women and Evacuation in the Second World War: Femininity, Domesticity and Motherhood (Bloomsbury 2019) and with Janis Lomas, A History of Women in 100 Objects (History Press 2018).
She is a long-term member and former chair of the Women’s History Network. Maggie has undertaken a range of media work; she was an AHRC-funded adviser to the BBC in the West Midlands on the World War One at Home Project and the historical consultant for the Radio 4 Drama Home Front.
After more than 30 years of teaching in higher, further and adult education, she now spends her time on researching, writing and enjoying the company of family and dogs in Sussex.