Grace Whorrall-Campbell

PhD Candidate in History, University of Cambridge

Grace Whorrall-Campbell is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge researching the histories of gender, emotion and space. Her thesis explores the affective dimension of the twentieth-century British workplace, asking how the increased emphasis on productivity, professionalism and efficiency at work impacted workers’ expression and management of their emotions. Her research is supported by the AHRC’s Doctoral Training Partnership.

She completed her MPhil thesis on 'Gender, emotional labour and emotion management in British chain stores, c.1920-1950' in 2019 at the University of Cambridge, with the support of an AHRC DTP award.

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Candidate in History, University of Cambridge

Education

  • 2019 
    University of Cambridge, MPhil