Sue Anderson-Faithful is a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Education Heath and Social Care at the University of Winchester. Her research interests are in the field of the history of women, philanthropy, religion and education in the nineteenth and early twentieth century, with a focus on the early Mothers’ Union and Girls’ Friendly Society.

Sue is member of the Women’s History Network and a fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She is also an active member of the University of Winchester’s Centre for the History of Women’s Education which takes a broad brief on promoting research into the gendered policy and provision of education, formal, informal and popular relating to women and girls. The Centre hosts conferences, seminars and community outreach events. Sue is the centre’s representative on the steering committee of the Sybil Campbell Collection and editor the Sybil Campbell Collection Newsletter.

Sue has delivered papers at conference organised by the Women’s History Network, The History of Education Society and the International Standing Conference on the History of Education. Her work has appeared in the journal of the Brazil History of education Society’s Revista Brasileira de História da Educação and in the History of Education Society’s History of Education Researcher.