Dr Tracey Loughran
Frames of Mind: Shell-shock and British Medical Culture, 1860-1930. Monograph, in preparation.
‘Teaching and Learning Guide: A Crisis of Masculinity? Re-writing the History of Shell-shock and Gender in First World War Britain’, History Compass 11:12 (December 2013).
‘A Crisis of Masculinity? Re-writing the History of Shell-shock and Gender in First World War Britain’, History Compass 11:9 (September 2013).
‘Shell-shock, Trauma and the First World War: the Making of a Diagnosis and its Histories’, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 67:1 (January 2012).
‘Shell-shock and British Psychological Medicine’, Social History of Medicine 22:1 (April 2009).
‘Hysteria and Neurasthenia in Pre-war Medical Discourse and in Histories of Shell-shock’, History of Psychiatry 19:3 (March 2008).
‘Evolution, Regression, and Shell-shock: Emotion and Instinct in Theories of the War Neuroses, c.1914-1918’, Manchester Papers in Economic and Social History 58 (September 2007).
‘Survivors’, History Workshop Journal 74:1 (Autumn 2012), pp. 277-83. 3,000 words.
Mark Harrison, The Medical War: British Military Medicine in the First World War, Social History of Medicine 24:3 (December 2011).
Pat Barker, Regeneration, and Joanna Bourke, Dismembering the Male: Men’s Bodies, Britain, and the Great War. Joint review commissioned for the Novel Approaches: from Academic History to Historical Fiction virtual conference, Institute of Historical Research, November 2011. [http://ihrconference.wordpress.com/2011/11/23/shell-shocked-madness-the-emotions-and-ww1-tracey-loughran/]. 4, 500 words.
Masculinity, Shell Shock and Emotional Survival in the First World War’, Reviews in History (August 2010). [http://www.history.ac.uk/reviews/review/944.] 10,000 words.
Mathew Thomson, Psychological Subjects: Identity, Culture, and Health in Twentieth-Century Britain, Reviews in History (September 2007). 3,000 words.
Andrew Smith, Victorian Demons: Medicine, Masculinity and the Gothic at the Fin-de-siècle, Medical History 49:4 (October 2005).