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Dr Liam Lewis

Lecturer in French Languages, Cultures and Film


Personal Statement

My work focuses on French literature and culture, and the Environmental Humanities. I write about pre-modern concepts of nature and the environment, in particular in the following areas:

• Animal sound and translation.
• Medieval ecology, imperialism and pollution.
• Multilingualism in Western Europe.
• Continental philosophy and medievalism.

I have taught at the Sorbonne-Nouvelle in Paris and the University of Oxford, and I am currently Lecturer in French at the University of Liverpool. I am the current Representative for Early-Career Academics at the University Council of Modern Languages. I am very interested in academic collaboration, and welcome enquiries from academics working across disciplines and cultures.

If you are a student at Liverpool and would like to get in touch, contact me by email or during my advice and feedback hours:
Modern Languages and Cultures, University of Liverpool, Office 323, 1-7 Abercromby Square.
Office hour (currently on Zoom) 10am on Thursdays: