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Staff in French

Staff in French

The list below links to details about every member of staff in French; general enquiries should be addressed to french@mmll.cam.ac.uk.

For details about others in the Faculty, see How to Contact us for general enquiries, or the full Faculty Staff List for specific individuals.

 

Academic Staff

Name Role Email Phone
Azérad, Dr Hugues Fellow and College Lecturer in French, Magdalene College ha205@cam.ac.uk (3) 35049
Barda, Dr Jeff Junior Research Fellow jaab4@cam.ac.uk  
Birch, Dr Edmund College Lecturer eb375@cam.ac.uk (3) 35824
Burgwinkle, Prof Bill Professor of Medieval French and Occitan Literature web25@cam.ac.uk (3) 31251
Chesters, Dr Tim University Lecturer tc435@cam.ac.uk (3) 33271
Courtney, Dr Cecil Emeritus Reader in French Intellectual History and Bibliography cpc1000@cam.ac.uk (3) 34934
Cobby, Dr Anne Affiliated Lecturer aec25@cam.ac.uk (3) 34934
Crowley, Dr Martin Reader in Modern French Thought and Culture mpvc2@cam.ac.uk (3) 35576
Darlow, Dr Mark Reader in Eighteenth-Century French Literature and Culture mrd32@cam.ac.uk (3) 34947
Evans, Dr Georgina College Lecturer gle24@cam.ac.uk (3) 30264
Finch, Prof Alison Fellow, Churchill College; Honorary Professor of French Literature, University of Cambridge amf1000@cam.ac.uk (7) 47473
Franklin-Brown, Dr Mary University Lecturer in Medieval French and Occitan Studies mf684@cam.ac.uk (3) 34930
Gagne, Dr Christophe Senior Language Teaching Officer cg238@cam.ac.uk (3) 35049
Gilby, Dr Emma University Senior Lecturer eg207@cam.ac.uk (7) 60801
Gill, Dr Miranda University Lecturer mfg24@cam.ac.uk (7) 65089
Griffin, Dr Miranda College Lecturer mhg11@cam.ac.uk (3) 38307
Guild, Dr Elizabeth College Lecturer emg23@cam.ac.uk (3) 39166
Hammond, Prof Nicholas Professor of Early Modern French Literature and Culture ngh20@cam.ac.uk (3) 35022
Huot, Prof Sylvia Professor of Medieval French Literature sh225@cam.ac.uk (3) 39881
James, Dr Ian

Head of French Section

Reader in Modern French Literature and Thought

irj20@cam.ac.uk

(3) 35767 (Dept.)

(3) 34852 (Downing)

Jones, Prof. Mari Professor of French Linguistics and Language Change mcj11@cam.ac.uk (3) 30859
Khalfa, Dr Jean College Senior Lecturer; British Academy/Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellow jk118@cam.ac.uk (3) 338468
Lampitt, Dr Matt Junior Research Fellow ml536@cam.ac.uk (3) 38703
Leigh, Dr John University Lecturer jdl1001@cam.ac.uk (3) 32099
Mander, Dr Jenny University Senior Lecturer jsm15@cam.ac.uk (3) 35807
Martin, Dr Andy University Lecturer am260@cam.ac.uk (3) 35032
McMahon, Dr Laura University Lecturer in Film and Screen Studies lcm31@cam.ac.uk (7) 60182
McNeill, Dr Isabelle College Lecturer imm21@cam.ac.uk (3) 32509
Mitchell, Dr Rebecca Affiliated Lecturer ram1002@cam.ac.uk  
Moriarty, Prof Michael

Drapers Professor of French

mm10005@cam.ac.uk

(3) 38254 

Prendergast, Prof Christopher Professor Emeritus in French and Fellow of the British Academy cap1000@cam.ac.uk (3) 31659
Qadiri, Dr Sura College Associate Teaching Officer sq206@cam.ac.uk (7) 63313
Sugden, Dr Rebecca Research Fellow rs602@cam.ac.uk (3) 32415
Tonneau, Dr Olivier College Lecturer ot226@cam.ac.uk (7) 47296
White, Dr Claire University Lecturer cew47@cam.ac.uk (7) 60182
White, Prof Nicholas Professor of Nineteenth-Century French Literature and Culture njw16@cam.ac.uk (3) 31972
Wilson, Prof Emma Professor of French Literature and the Visual Arts efw1000@cam.ac.uk (3) 38065

 

Departmental Secretary

Name Role Email Phone
Palmer, Ms Esther Senior Secretary erp26@cam.ac.uk (3) 35009

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MMLL Annual Faculty Lecture 2019

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The Modern and Medieval Languages Annual Faculty Lecture ‘French Studies in Cambridge – Past, Present and Future’ will be given by Professor Michael Moriarty. This will take place on Thursday 24 October 2019 at Peterhouse. Tickets can be booked online via the Festival of Ideas website at https://www.festivalofideas.cam.ac...

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