Dr Rebecca Dixon BA (Hons) (Oxon), MA (London), PhD (Dunelm)

Lecturer in French Studies Modern Languages and Cultures


    Personal Statement

    A specialist in the literature and culture of the later medieval court of Burgundy, I came to Liverpool in 2013 having previously taught at Exeter, Manchester, and Leeds, where I was also a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow.

    Personal Distinctions

    • Invitation to give a Biannual Lecture (Invitation to Speak, Centre for French History and Culture, University of St Andrews 2015)
    • Expert respondent on Hannah Skoda, 'Medieval Violence' (Oxford: OUP, 2014), Leeds IMC (Invitation to Speak, Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship 2015)
    • 'Choreographing the Transcultural in Pierre Michault and Geraerd Leeu' (Invitation to Speak, Murray Edward College, Cambridge 2013)
    • ‘Multitude in Miniature: Representing War and Warfare in the Maître de Wavrin’ (Invitation to Speak, Centre for Medieval Studies, York/Bergen 2012)
    • Reading Defacement: Illustration and Labels in the Roman de Buscalus (BnF, ms fr. 9343-9344)’ (Invitation to Speak, Koninklijke Vlaamse Academie van België 2012)
    • ‘The Roman de Buscalus; or, the art of not being French’ (Invitation to Speak, Cambridge Medieval French Seminar 2012)
    • ‘Manifold Mortality: Crowds on the Battlefield in Fifteenth-Century Burgundian Romance’ (Invitation to Speak, University of Reading 2011)
    • 'Costume Historique et Tenue(s) Contemporaine(s) dans l’bourguignon: Décor de tissus’ (Invitation to Speak, Université de Poitiers 2011)
    • Early Career Fellowship (Competitive Fellowship, Leverhulme Trust 2009)

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