Tracey Loughran

Tracey Loughran
Cardiff University

Welsh Crucible 2013

Tracey has held a lectureship in History at Cardiff University since 2008. She is currently completing a monograph on shell-shock in First World War Britain, based on her PhD research (PhD in History, Queen Mary, University of London, 2006). Her most recent research explores representations of health in female print media, c. 1960-1980. She is a founding member of the Families, Identities and Gender (FIG) Research Network at Cardiff University, and is keen to pursue interdisciplinary projects, particularly relating to gender, sexuality, psychology, and health. Tracey is an enthusiastic and committed tutor, and enjoys helping students to discover new ways of approaching history and hitherto unexplored aspects of the past.

2016 Update: Tracey has been promoted to Senior Lecturer in Medical History in the Department of History at Cardiff University.

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