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Professor Tim Unwin

Professor Tim Unwin

Professor Tim Unwin
M.A.(Cantab.), M.A., Ph.D.(Exon.)

Emeritus Professor of French

19 Woodland Road,
Clifton, Bristol BS8 1TE
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His research interests are in the nineteenth-century novel, and travel and technology in the nineteenth century. He has written books on Flaubert, Verne, Constant, and reflexivity, and has done scholarly editions of a number of nineteenth-century texts. He has also edited two volumes in the 'Cambridge Companion' series, and numerous collections of scholarly essays.


Tim Unwin is Emeritus Professor of French, and General Editor of French Studies. He is a former Ashley Watkins Chair of French Language and Literature. Prior to Bristol he taught at the universities of Exeter, Edinburgh, Queen's Belfast, Western Australia, and Liverpool where he was James Barrow Professor of French. He was founder President of the Society of Dix-Neuviémistes and is a former President of the Association of University Professors and Heads of French (AUPHF). He is on the editorial board of the Australian Journal of French Studies, the international advisory board of the Journal of European Studies, and the editorial committee of Essays in French Literature and Culture. He is also co-moderator of Francofil, an international electronic forum for French studies.



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