Sonya Andermahr

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Sonya Andermahr

Sonya Andermahr is a university teacher, UCU branch activist and Communist Party of Britain member, Midlands District.[1]

She is currently chair of the Arts and Humanities Research Degree Board at UON and UCU Equalities Rep. University of Northampton.

She is a member of the Contemporary Women’s Writing Network and an Associate Editor of the Oxford journal Contemporary Women’s Writing.

New Communist

From Communist Women June 2022:

"I joined the Communist Party in 2020, following the defeat of Labour in the 2019 General election and the election of Keir Starmer as leader. As a life-long socialist, the Communist Party seemed to be the only credible radical alternative to the right wing and anti-working class turn of social democracy in Britain. I’m a member of the Northampton branch and at the 56th Congress was honoured to be elected to the Executive Committee.

I’ve also been attending monthly meet and greets held online by Midlands district women and eventually began chairing them. During the pandemic, which was a politically and socially isolating time for many of us, it was wonderful to make contact and share experiences with other communist women from across our large district: from Peterborough in the east to Shrewsbury in the west, and from Oxford in the South to Derby further north." [2]


Northampton Marxists & Communists public Facebook page.


Admins & moderators

Communist Party of Britain Derbyshire Branch

Communist Party of Britain Derbyshire Branch public Facebook page members include Sonya Andermahr.

Bedfordshire Morning Star Readers & Supporters

Members of the Bedfordshire Morning Star Readers & Supporters public Facebook page include Sonya Andermahr.

Morning Star Supporters

Morning Star Supporters is a public Facebook group affiliated with the Communist Party of Britain. Members include Sonya Andermahr .

CPB Executive Committee

Sonya Andermahr

At the Communist Party of Britain’s 56th congress on November 6-7 the following executive committee was elected Nisar Ahmed, Sonya Andermahr, Andy Bain, Mollie Brown, Andrea Burford, Sean David Cannon, Ben Chacko, Andy Chaffer, Tony Conway, Mary Davis, Lorraine Douglas, Alex Gordon, Bill Greenshields, Moz Greenshields, Robert Griffiths, Jonathan Havard, Richard Hebbert, Johnnie Hunter, Bernadette Keaveney, Tam Kirby, Hugh Kirkbride, Gawain Little, Sarah McDonough, David Morgan, Tommy Morrison, Kevan Nelson, Evan Pritchard, Carol Stavris, Ruth Styles, Robin Talbot, Jade Welburn.[3]

Sisterhood, Socialism & Struggle


The Communist Party of Britain has organised a New Year feminist conference celebrating Sisterhood, Socialism & Struggle in the UK and across the world. This free weekend event on January 16-17 2021, will provide a virtual opportunity for women and men on the left to discuss and debate the importance of women’s liberation for the whole human race.

Panel "The roots of women's oppression"

"Women and Class"


Mary Davis, Professor Selina Todd, and Dr Sonya Andermahr, Meirian Jump.

Palestine and Kurdistan

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Steve Sweeney, Michael Sumner Palestine Solidarity Campaign, Dr. Sonya Andermahr.