Andrews, N. F Fleming and M. Morris (eds.) Histories, Memories and Representations of Being Young in the First World War. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Andrews and J. Lomas (eds.) Widows, Poverty, Power and Politics. Stroud: History Press.
Andrews, Women and Evacuation in the Second World War Femininity, Domesticity and Motherhood, London: Bloomsbury Academic.
Andrews and E. Edwards, Bovril Whisky and Gravediggers: the Spanish Flu Pandemic comes to the West Midlands Alcester: History West Midlands.
Andrews and J. Lomas, Hidden Heroines: the Forgotten Suffragettes jointly written with Janis Lomas, Marlborough: Crowood Press.
Andrews and J. Lomas, 101 things you need to know about the Suffragettes Stroud: History Press.
Andrews and J. Lomas, A History of Women in 100 Objects, Stroud: History Press.
How the Pershore Plum Won the Great War, jointly edited with Jenni Waugh, Stroud: History Press.
Andrews, The Acceptable Face of Feminism: The Women’s Institute Movement 1915-1960, London: Lawrence and Wishart. New revised edition, first published 1997.
Andrews and J. Lomas (eds.), The Home Front in Britain: Images, Myths and Forgotten Experiences since 1914, London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Andrews, A. Gregson, and J. Peters, Worcestershire's War: Voices of World War 1, Stroud: Amberley Press.
Andrews and S. McNamara (eds.), Femininity and Feminism: A Reader on Women and the Media since the 1900s, Oxford: Routledge.
Andrews, Domesticating the Airwaves: Broadcasting, Domesticity and Femininity, London: Continuum.
Andrews, N. Hunt and C. Bagot-Jewitt (eds.), Lest We Forget? Cultures of Remembrance, Stroud: The History Press.
Andrews and E. Stevenson, AQA Media Studies, Bristol: Nelson Thornes.
Andrews and M. Talbot (eds.), All the World and Her Husband, London: Cassell.
Chapters in books
Andrews, ‘Remembrance and the working-class soldier hero in austerity Britain’ in D Berry (ed.) Cultural Politics of Austerity, Oxford: Routledge pp47-66.
Andrews, ‘The Indefatigable Mrs. Webb: Food, Radio, and Rural Women – a Legacy of World War I’; Linda M. Ambrose and Joan M. Jensen, editors Recipes for Rural Life: Food History and Women Professionals, 1880-1965 University of Iowa Press. pp 139-155.
Andrews, ‘Potential Cosmopolitan Sensibilities in Feminized Mediated Remembrance’ in Yilmaz, A. et all (eds.) Media and Cosmopolitanism Bern, Switzerland : Peter Lang.
Andrews, ‘Shopping for Identities and Purchasing Fantasies of Domesticity in Post-war Kays Catalogues’ in Mitra, B. and Johnson, R. (eds) Gender Construction in Kays Catalogues : 1920 to the New Millennium Cambridge Academic, Cambridge, 47 - 59.
Andrews, ‘Potential Cosmopolitan Sensibilities in Feminised and Mediated Remembrance’ in A. Yilmaz Aybige, R. Trandafoiu, A. Mousoutzanis (eds.) Media and Cosmopolitanism, Bern: Peter Lang, pp 51-70.
Andrews, ‘Shopping for Identities and Purchasing Fantasies of Domesticity in Post-war Kays Catalogues’ in B. Mitra, and R Johnson (eds.), Gender Construction in Kays Catalogues : 1920 to the New Millennium Cambridge: Cambridge Academic, pp. 47-59.
Andrews and F. Carter, ‘Who Let the Dogs Out: Pets, Parenting and the Ethics of Lifestyle Television’ in G. Palmer (ed) Exposing Lifestyle Television: The Big Reveal, Basingstoke: Ashgate, pp39-48.
Andrews, ‘Nigella Bites the Naked Chef: the sexual and sensual in Television Cookery Programmes’ in J. Floyd and L. Foster (eds.) The Recipe Reader, Basingstoke: Ashgate, pp 187-204.
Andrews, ‘Butterflies and Caustic Asides’ in S. Wagg (ed) Because I Tell a Joke or Two, Oxford: Routledge, pp 50-64.
Andrews, ‘For Home and Country: Feminism and Englishness in the Women's Institute Movement’ in Weight R & Beach A (eds.) The Right to Belong, Tauris, pp116-135.
Andrews, ‘The Acceptable Face of Feminism’ in S. Oldfield (ed.) This Working Day World: Women's Lives and Culture 1915-1945, Basingstoke: Taylor and Francis, pp 29-39.
Academic journal articles – single authored
‘Worcestershire's Women: local studies and the gender politics of the First World War and its legacy’ in History Journal of Historical Association Vol 104, Issue 363 pp 851-870.
‘Commemorating the First World War in Britain: A Cultural Legacy of Media Remembrance Journal of War & Culture Studies. pp. 1-19. ISSN Print: 1756272 Online: 1752-6280, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17526...
‘Entitlement and the Shaping of First World War Commemorative Histories’. Cultural Trends, 27 (2). pp. 63-67. ISSN 1469-3690
‘British Practices of Remembrance : Politics and Poppies’ British Politics Review Journal of the British Politics Society, Norway Vol 12 No 2, 2017.
‘Tropes and Trench Cakes: The Home Front in the Media and Community History’ in Twentieth Century British History 27 (4): 506-512.
The WI's Rural Retailing and Markets 1915–1939: a WWI legacy’ in History of Retailing and Consumption Vol 1:2 pp. 89-104.
‘Rethinking the significance of the ‘Home’ in the West Midlands Home Front’, Women’s History: the Journal of the Women’s History Network pp4-8. 2014-15
Poppies, Tommies and Remembrance in Soundings Issue 58 Winter pp104-115.
'Nationalising Hundreds and Thousands of Women: a domestic response to a national problem, Women's History Review Vol 24 No 1 pp.112-130.
Narrative Tropes and Emotional Realism in Memories of Evacuees to Staffordshire in Children In War, The International Journal of the Evacuee and War Child Studies, Vol 1, No 10 pp. 57-62
Homes both sides of the Microphone: wireless and domestic space in inter-war Britain, Women's History Review Vol. 21, No. 4 pp 605-622.
Mediating Remembrance; personalization and celebrity in television remembrance, Journal of War and Culture Studies, Vol. 4 : 3. Pp357-370.
Feminism, femininity and the potential politics of consuming popular culture: a case study of Marie Claire a reportage of global humanitarian politics, Imperium Vol. 4pp44-61.
Calendar Ladies: Popular culture, sexuality and the middle aged, middle-class woman in Sexualities, Vol 6, No 3-4, pp. 385-40.
Nostalgia or Popular Narratives: Why I Like Mary Poppins, Women's History Notebooks Winter 1996 pp385-403.
Jam Making, Cuthbert Rabbit and Cake Making, The Journal of Rural History, Vol. 7: pp. 207-219.
Jam and Jerusalem The Journal of Oral History, Vol. 23, Nos 1-2, pp. 87-96.