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educator

Griselda Frances Sinclair Pollock, British educator. Recipient Distinguished Feminist award, College Art Assn, 2010.

Background

Pollock, Griselda Frances Sinclair was born on March 11, 1949 in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Arrived in Canada, 1956, Britain, 1962. Daughter of Alan Winston Seton and Kathleen Alexandra (Sinclair) Pollock.

Education

Bachelor with honors, Oxford University, England, 1970. Master of Arts, Courtland Institute, London, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, London University, 1980.

Career

Lecturer Manchester University, England, 1974-1977, University Leeds, England, 1977-1987, senior lecturer England, 1987-1990, professor England, since 1991, director center cultural studies England, 1987—2001. Executive Center for Jewish Studies, since 1996. Director AHRC Center for Cultural Analysis, Theory and History, since 2001.

Works

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Running, tennis, opera, cinema.

Connections

Married Antony Bryant, October 30, 1981. Children: Benjamin, Hester.

father:
Alan Winston Seton Pollock

mother:
Kathleen Alexandra (Sinclair) Pollock

spouse:
Antony Bryant

children:
Benjamin Pollock

Hester Pollock