Dr Daron Burrows - Personal details
I am currently Senior Lecturer in Medieval French Language and Literature at the University of Manchester, and am the Hon. Secretary and Treasurer of the Anglo-Norman Text Society. As a specialist in Old French Anglo-Norman at this institution, I enjoy the signal honour of following in the footsteps of such luminaries as Fred Whitehead, Eugene Vinaver, Mildred Pope, John Orr, William Rothwell, Fanni Bogdanow, and Jane Taylor. My own research and teaching intersect in a number of ways with those of my illustrious predecessors.
2008-: Senior Lecturer in French, University of Manchester
1998-2008: Lecturer in French, University of Manchester
1996-98: Lecturer in French, Christ Church, University of Oxford
2001: DPhil, University of Oxford. Thesis: 'The Stereotype of the Priest in the Old French fabliaux'. Supervisors: Dr Tony Hunt (St Peter's) and Professor Nigel Palmer (St Edmund Hall). Examiners: Dr Brian Levy (Hull) and Dr Roger Pensom (Hertford). Fully funded by British Academy Award B.
1996: M.St. in Research Methods in Modern Languages (Distinction). Fully funded by British Academy Award A.
1995: BA in Modern Languages (French and German) (Congratulatory First)