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230 Names of the Past and Present Staff 1958 Reginald Patrick Charles Mutter 1962 1965 1959 Jan Reginald Frederick Hill litt 1966 Ronald Alan Waldron 1960 Jan Eric Noel William Mottram 1968 Derek Albert Pearsall Paul Frank Vernon Sydney Arthur James Bradley George Richard Proudfoot litt Leonee Ormond Assistant Lecturers Frederick William Baxter George Bagshawe Harrison Jacob Isaacs Wilfred Philips Barrett ph Frances May Mack Geoffrey Victor Smithers Roger Thomas Baldwin Fulford Molly Maureen Mahood William Wallace Robson John William Crow Eric George Ewens Elizabeth Suddaby Digby Lowry Turner Eric Henry Robinson George Harrison Russell Gordon Fraser Sleigh Elizabeth Jones Walter Nash 1951 Jan Patrick Maurice Yarker 1952 Mark Arthur Monson Roberts Ernestine Mary Miles Taylor Cecily Clark litt Reginald Patrick Charles Mutter I92I 1924 1930 1930 1936 1937 1943 1944 1945 1946 1946 1948 1949 1949 1950 1952 1954 John Anthony Burrow John Oliver Reed 1956 Lucia Glanville Ian Gregor ph 1957 Jan Reginald Frederick Hill Β ΙΓΓΓ Ronald Alan Waldron Gwyn Ingli James Derek Albert Pearsall John Peter Fison Peter Shaw Maurice Charles Seymour Μ Α phil Paul Frank Vernon Jennifer Irene Isaacs Sidney Arthur James Bradley Johanna Hilda Torringa litt drs David Thompson Janet Marion Cowen Leonee Ormond John Clifford Porter Jean Christine Rees litt 1955 1958 959 1959 1961 1962 1963 1965 1967 1968 Special Lecturer in American Literature 1965 Ralph William Willett 19375 Joseph Terence Burke Assistants 19386 Terence John Bew Spencer MODERN HISTORY Professors 18557 Charles Henry Pearson 1912 FosseyJohn Cobb Hearnshaw 1876 Samuel Rawson Gardiner ll 18858 Sir John Knox Laughton 1934 Charles Harold Williams lit litt Afterwards Professor of English Language and Medieval Literature University of Durham Afterwards Professor of English at University College Ibadan Nigeria and subsequently Professor of Literature at University College Dar es Salaam Tanzania and Professor of English Literature at University of Kent Canterbury Afterwards Professor at University of Ankara Afterwards McCaughey Professor of Early English Literature and Language at University of Sydney Afterwards Professor in the University of Melbourne Afterwards Professor in the Queen's University Belfast and later in Birmingham University Fellow of Oriel College Oxford Hon Fellow of Caius College Cambridge
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