Dr Catherine HollowayLecturer
Faculty of Education and the ArtsCatherine.Holloway@winchester.ac.uk @holloway_cath
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Dr Catherine Holloway is a Lecturer in Education Studies and Childhood Studies. Catherine’s main areas of expertise are the history of education, particularly technical education and post-1944 secondary education, and the history of women’s activism in the Anglican Church in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Anderson-Faithful, S. and Holloway, C. (forthcoming 2023) Women and the Anglican Church Congress, 1861-1938: Space, Place and Agency. Bloomsbury Academic.
Anderson-Faithful, S. and Holloway, C. (2019) 'We do not wish to be sofa cushions, or even props to men, but we wish to work by their side': celebrating women as popular educators at the Anglican Church congresses 1881-1913, History of Education.Staff Directory