|Occupation||Historian, lecturer, author|
|Known for||Ireland and the Irish in Interwar England, The Mutual Admiration Society|
Mo Moulton (born 1979)is an American author and historian of 20th century Britain and Ireland, interested in gender, sexuality, and colonialism/postcolonialism. They are a senior lecturer in the history of race and empire at the University of Birmingham.
Moulton was born in New York in 1979 and grew up in Massachusetts.They majored in history as an undergraduate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, graduating Phi Beta Kappa in 2001. After working for non-profit organisations, they returned to graduate study at Brown University, earning a PhD in 2010.
Moulton became a lecturer at Harvard University from 2010 until 2016 before moving to the University of Birminghamas a senior lecturer.
They were elected to the council of the British Association for Irish Studies for the 2021–2023 term.
Moulton identifies as "queer, trans, and nonbinary" and uses singular they as their preferred pronoun. At Birmingham, they are a founder of the College of Arts & Law Trans Support Network.
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