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language educator

Andrew David Hadfield, British language educator. Recipient award, Arts and Humanities Research Board, 1999—2000; fellow Research fellow, Leverhulme Trust, 1995-1996; Research fellowship, since 2001. Governor Llwyn Yr Gos School, Aberystwyth, 2000—2001; Fellow: English Association; member: International Spenser Society (executive committee since 2001).


Hadfield, Andrew David was born on April 25, 1962 in Kendal, Cumbria, England. Son of David Arthur and Kathleen Hilary Hadfield.


Bachelor with 1st class honors, University Leeds, England, 1984. Doctor of Philosophy, University Ulster, 1988.


British Academy postdoctoral research fellow in humanities and social science University Leeds, England, 1989—1992. Lecturer in English University Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales, 1992—1996, senior lecturer in English, 1996—1998, professor English, 1998—2003, University Sussex, since 2003. External examiner University Middlesex, England, 1997—2001, University Sussex, England, 2000—2002.

Visiting professor Columbia University, New York City, 2002—2003. Chatterton lecturer on English poetry British Academy, 2003. External examiner University Wales, Swansea, since 2004.



Governor Llwyn Yr Gos School, Aberystwyth, 2000—2001. Fellow: English Association. Member: International Spenser Society (executive committee since 2001).


Married Alison Sarah Yarnold, June 28, 1986. Children: Lucy, Patrick, Maud.

David Arthur

Kathleen Hilary Hadfield

Alison Sarah Yarnold

Lucy Hadfield

Patrick Hadfield

Maud Hadfield