Mark Crowley

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Dr Mark J Crowley is an Associate Professor of History, and holds the distinguished Hubei Provincial ‘Chu Tian’ Research fellowship for the period 2014-2018 at the School of History, Wuhan University, China. He obtained his BScEcon Hons in Politics and Modern History at Cardiff University, an MSt in Modern History at Oxford University and his PhD from the University of London’s Institute of Historical Research, where he held an Arts and Humanities Research Council Collaborative Doctoral Award with the British Postal Museum and Archive. He has worked in China since March 2010 and at Wuhan University since March 2011. He is the co-editor of 2 volumes, Consuming Behaviours: Identity, Politics and Pleasure in Twentieth Century Britain (with Erika Rappaport and Sandra Dawson) published by Bloomsbury in 2015, and (with Sandra Dawson) Home Fronts: Britain and the Empire at War, 1939-45 (forthcoming with Boydell and Brewer, 2017). He is also the author of Post Office Women at War, 1939-45: Gender, Conflict and Public Service Employment (forthcoming with Bloomsbury Academic, 2017) as well as 10 journal articles on an eclectic range of topics concerning Britain in the Second World War, including women’s wartime experiences, gender inequality, public service employment, the British Home Front at war and trade unionism.

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