Dr Selina Todd is a Lecturer in Modern British History and a Fellow of St Hilda's College. Selina's research interests focus on working-class and women’s history in modern Britain.
She is on the editorial boards of Past and Present and the Royal Historical Society’s Studies in History monograph series. Her next book (John Murray, April 2014) is entitled The People: the rise and fall of the working class, 1910-2010. She is interested in family and social mobility since the 19th century.