Office: Room H319, third floor of the Humanities Building
Phone: 024 76575521 (internal extension 75521)
(due to the exams period my office hours are subject to change)
Angela's blog: http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/angeladavis/
- Wellcome University Award, Universiy of Warwick, 2013-
- British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Warwick, 2010-13
- Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow, University of Warwick, 2008-10
- Teaching Fellow in History of Medicine, University of Warwick, 2007-08
- Family in Modern Britain: Health, Welfare and Social Change (HI288)
- Empire and Aftermath (HI173)
- Kill or Cure: The History of Medicine and Health (HI176)
- Angela Davis (2015), Pre-school Childcare in England, 1939-2010: Theory, Practice and Experience (Manchester University Press).
Angela Davis (2012), Modern Motherhood: Women and Family in England c. 1945-2000 (Manchester: Manchester University Press).
- Angela Davis (2013), ‘Women’s experiences of combining childcare and careers in postwar Oxfordshire, c.1940-1990’, The Local Historian; 43; 14-25
- Angela Davis (2011), ‘A revolution in maternity care? Women and the maternity services, Oxfordshire c. 1948-1974’, Social History of Medicine; 24; 389-406.
- Angela Davis (2011), ‘When I was young you just went and asked your mother.’ The changing role of friends and kin in the transmission of knowledge about maternity in post-1945 Britain’, Medizin, Gesellschaft und Geschichte, 40; 15-34.
- Angela Davis (2009), ‘A critical perspective on British social surveys and community studies and their accounts of married life c. 1945-1970’, Cultural and Social History; 6; 47-64.
My current research project is a comparative study of Jewish women's experiences of maternity and infant care in England and Israel: 'Jewish mothers and Jewish babies: Childbearing and childrearing amongst Jewish women in England and Israel'
I have also been looking at the provision and experience of pre-school childcare in Britain during the years 1939-2010: 'Pre-school Childcare, 1939-1979'
My wider research has focused on motherhood in post-war Britain: 'Motherhood in Britain, c.1945-2000'