Sue Anderson-Faithful is Senior Lecturer in Education Studies. She obtained her PhD from the University of Winchester in 2014, her thesis was titled: Mary Sumner: Religion, Mission, Education and Womanhood (1876-1921). The research explored the history of women’s educational opportunities, gendered notions of womanhood informed by religion and women’s activism realised through philanthropy in the late nineteenth century.
She is a member of the Centre for the History of Women's Education and the author/leader of the Winchester Women’s History walk.
Areas of expertise
- Pedagogy of history for application in the Primary School curriculum
- Female religious philanthropists in Winchester
- Anderson-Faithful, S. (2012), Mary Sumner and Maternal Authority: From the Drawing Room to the Homes of the Nation, History of Education, Researcher Special Issue, Educated Women: Finding Place, Claiming Space ,Vol. 89, pp. 18-26.
- Anderson-Faithful, S. (2012), A 'Mission to Civilise’: The Popular Educational Vision of the Anglican Mothers’ Union and Girls Friendly Society 1886-1926, Revista Brasileira de História da Educação 11, No. 1 (28), pp. 15-43.
- Anderson-Faithful, S. (2008), ‘Let the aged women likewise…’ Constructions of maternal authority and matronly identities in the life and writing of Mary Sumner, Foundress of the Anglican Mothers’ Union (1828-1921). Paper presented at Women’s History Network, Glasgow, 2008.
- Anderson-Faithful, S. (2009), A ‘Mission to Civilise’: The Popular Educational Vision of the Anglican Mothers’ Union and Girls’ Friendly Society 1886-1926. Paper presented at ISCHE, Utrecht, 2009.
- Anderson-Faithful, S. (2010), Private Virtues and Public Capital: Mary Sumner and Constructions of Identity. Paper presented at Women’s History Network Conference, Warwick.
- Anderson-Faithful, S. (2012), Mary Sumner: A Popular Religious Educator. Paper presented at the History of Education Society, Winchester.