about me

Sarah Crook is a senior lecturer in History at Swansea University. She is currently researching the history of student mental health in Britain. Her work has been published in a range of academic journals, including Women’s History Review, Contemporary British History, Medical Humanities and the Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences. Prior to joining Swansea she held the Sir Christopher Cox Junior Fellowship at New College, Oxford, and completed her PhD at Queen Mary, University of London.

She can be contacted at s.r.e.crook@swansea.ac.uk or @sarahrosecrook