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FACULTY OF ARTS 243 ENGLISH LITERATURE AND MODERN HISTORY Professors 1835 Thomas Dale 1853 George Webbe Dasent 1840 Frederick Denison Maurice 1865 John Sherren Brewer Lecturers 1848 John Julius Stutzer 1854 John James Stewart Perowne 1852 John Sherren Brewer 1855 John Sherren Brewer ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Professors 1864 John James Stewart Perowne 1927 Arthur William Reed DXit 1865 John Sherren Brewer 1939 Charles Leslie Wrenn 1877 John Wesley Hales 1947 Geoffrey bullough 1903 Sir Israel Gollancz Lit 1956 GEORGE NORMAN GARMONSWAY MA Readers 1919 Arthur William Reed Litt 1930 Harold Victor Routh Lit 1929 George Bagshawe Harrison 1946 George Norman Garmonsway Ph Senior Lecturers 1912 Adolph Charles Guthkelch 1931 Emily Guendolen Ingram 1865 Charles Henry Pearson 1859 Henry Morley 1865 James John Heywood 1886 John Twentyman 1888 Reginald Geare BA 1891 Henry Frank Heath Ph 1894 Charles Daulman Webb Lit Sc 1896 Arthur Paul 1904 Adolph Charles Guthkelch 1905 Robert Shelton Bate ╬ť 1908 Percy Goronwy Thomas 1912 Owen Thomas Williams 1914 Margaret Luoy Lee 1914 Eleanor Mary Plumer 1914 Ronald Brunlees McKerrow Litt 1916 Barnard Eustace Cuthbert Davis 1917 Kathleen Horner 1919 Herschel Maurice Margoliouth Lecturers 1919 1927 1928 1930 1934 1935 1943 1944 1946 1947 1948 1955 Arthur William Reed Emily Guendolen Ingram 10 John Ramsay Allardyce Nicol Mabel Day Lit George Bagshawe Harrison Ph 11 Jacob Isaacs George Norman Garmonsway Frances May Mack Ph Wilfred Philips Barrett Ph Leslie Frank Casson Litt Ph Roger Thomas Baldwin Fulford 1944-46 and 1947-48 Francis John Kinchin-Smith John William Crow John Albert Sheard Ph William Arthur Armstrong Ph Patrick Maurice Yarker Dean of Rochester Bishop of Worcester Fellow and Assist Tutor of Christ's College Cambridge Hon Fellow of Christ's College Cambridge Emeritus Professor Late Secretary of the British Academy Appointed Head of the Department 1930 Afterwards Rawlinson and Bosworth Professor of Anglo-Saxon at Oxford Afterwards Professor of English at Queen's University Kingston Ontario and later at Ann Arbor Michigan Assistant Secretary Board of Education Hon Lecturer in Bibliography 1932-1938 10 Afterwards Professor of English in the Universities of London and Durham and of History of the Drama at Yale Afterwards Sir Moses Montefiore Professor of English Language and Literature in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and subsequently Professor of English at Queen Mary College London Afterwards Professor in the University of Cape Town
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