Dr Pollie Bromilow BA, MA (Lond.) PhD (Cantab.)

Lecturer in French Modern Languages and Cultures

Biography

Personal Statement

I am a specialist in early modern French literature with particular interests in women writers, the representation of women and the history of the book. Having completed my studies at the Universities of London (Royal Holloway) and Cambridge (Kings), I taught at l'Universite de Paris XII and New College, Oxford before taking up my post at Liverpool in 2004.

Personal Distinctions

  • Invited speaker and participant (Invitation to Speak, University of Exeter (Rebecca Langlands and Kim Peters) 2013)
  • Invitation to Speak (Invitation to Speak, University of Oxford Medieval Seminar 2011)
  • Invitation to Speak (Invitation to Speak, Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, University of London 2011)
  • Invitation to Speak (Invitation to Speak, Dora Polachek, Binghampton University 2010)
  • Outstanding Staff Contribution to Employability (University of Liverpool Guild of Students 2009)
  • Invitation to Speak (Invitation to Speak, Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, University of Glasgow 2008)
  • Invitation to Speak (Invitation to Speak, Department of History, University of Reading 2006)
  • Visiting Fellow to the University of Edinburgh (Competitive Fellowship, Institute of Advanced Studies, Centre for the History of the Book 2005)
  • Invitation to Speak (Invitation to Speak, Centre for the History of the Book, University of Edinburgh 2005)
  • Invitation to Speak (Invitation to Speak, Reformation Studies Institute, University of St Andrews 2005)

Administrative Roles

  • Employability Officer until Sept 2010(SOCLAS)
  • Tutor for Admissions until Aug 2011(SOCLAS)

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