Leeds Beckett University
Aaron Andrews is a historian of twentieth-century Britain. He completed his PhD at the Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester, in April 2018 with a thesis entitled “Decline and the City: the Urban Crisis in Liverpool, c. 1968-1986”. His research examines the relationship between secular processes of social, economic and environmental change, the development of social scientific expertise, and the social construction of urban space. He has published articles in Twentieth Century British History and Urban History. In March 2019, he will begin working as a researcher on the AHRC-funded “Forged by Fire: Burns Injury and Identity in Britain, 1800-2000” project at Leeds Beckett University.