Mo Moulton (white person with glasses and short curly hair) sits next to a bookcase.
(Credit Holly Revell)

Dr Mo Moulton is a historian of 20th century Britain and Ireland, interested in gender, sexuality, and colonialism/postcolonialism. They work as a Senior Lecturer in the History Department at the University of Birmingham, where they are the Director of the Modern British Studies Centre. Moulton earned their PhD from Brown University and spent several years working in the History & Literature program at Harvard University.

Moulton is the author of two books:

The Mutual Admiration Society: How Dorothy L. Sayers and Her Oxford Circle Remade the World for Women (November 2019, Basic Books [US] & Little, Brown [UK]). Buy the US edition from Powells, indiebound, Barnes & Noble, or your preferred shop or online retailer. Buy the UK edition from hive, Wordery, Waterstones, or your preferred shop or online retailer.

Ireland and the Irish in Interwar England (May 2014, Cambridge University Press)

At Glad Day Bookshop, Toronto. (Credit Maxwell Ng)