Ellen Crabtree
Assistant Senior Tutor

Ellen Crabtree (née Dew) grew up in Warwickshire and attended Rugby High School before starting at Hatfield in 2007. She read for a Joint Honours BA in History and French with an Erasmus year studying at the Sorbonne in Paris. Ellen then completed a taught MA in Modern History, also at Hatfield, before moving to Newcastle University for her doctoral research on the political engagement of French historian Madeleine Rebérioux (1920-2005). She was the recipient of an AHRC Northern Bridge Studentship and the 2015 Ralph Gibson Prize by the Society for the Study of French History. Ellen’s research interests lie in modern and contemporary France, in particular academic activism, gender and political engagement. Ellen has been a College Mentor at Hatfield since 2012. In her free time Ellen is an active bellringer at Durham Cathedral and other towers around the North East. She lives in Durham with her husband, Christopher.

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