Dr Olivia Dee

Olivia Dee is a Research Associate in Oral History at Newcastle University. She is an oral historian of gender, women, politics and reproductive rights in C20 England and Northern Ireland. Her publications include The Anti-Abortion Campaign in England 1966-1989 (Routledge, 2019). She has conducted previous oral history research on reproductive rights in England, and worked as a Research Fellow on the Northern Ireland Mother and Baby Home Project at Queen's University, Belfast. As Research Associate, she is responsible for the oral history side of the project. Please contact her for more information on contributing to the project.