Dr Tracey Loughran
Education and qualifications
2002-2006 PhD in History: ‘Shell-shock in First World War Britain: an intellectual and medical history, c. 1860-1920’. Queen Mary, University of London.
2001-2002 MA in Intellectual and Cultural History, Queen Mary, University of London.
1998-2001 BA (Hons), History, Queen Mary, University of London.
2008 to date Lecturer in History, Cardiff University.
2007-2008 Economic and Social Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, University of Manchester.
2006-2007 Teaching Fellow, School of Arts, Histories and Cultures, University of Manchester.2005-2006 Scouloudi Fellow, Institute of Historical Research. Research Funding 2014 Harry Ransom Center Research Fellowship supported by the C.P. Snow Memorial Fund, ‘Graham Greene, Psychoanalysis, and Popular Culture in Interwar Britain’ 2010-2011 British Academy Small Grant, ‘Women, health and medicine in print culture, 1960-1980’. 2007-2008 Economic and Social Research Council Postdoctoral Fellowship. 2005-2006 Scouloudi Fellowship. 2002-2005 Arts and Humanities Research Council PhD Studentship. 2001-2002 Arts and Humanities Research Council Masters Studentship.