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Foreign language educator

Noel Fallows, British foreign language educator. Horace H. Rackham Graduate fellow University Michigan, 1987; Newberry-Folger Consortium Fund fellow Newberry Library., Chicago, 1988; Sarah H. Moss fellow University Georgia, 1994, 96; Faculty Research grantee University Georgia, 1992.


Fallows, Noel was born on December 25, 1961 in Liverpool, England. Son of William Mitchel and Patricia (Currie) F. Married Kristin Marie Pope, August 7, 1993.


Bachelor in French and Hispanic Studies, University Liverpool, 1984. Master of Arts in Spanish, University Georgia, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy in Spanish, University Michigan, 1991.


Assistant professor Spanish, Southeastern Louisiana U., Hammond, 1991-1992; assistant professor Spanish, U. Georgia, Athens, 1992-1996; associate professor Spanish, U. Georgia, Athens, since 1996. Senator U. Georgia Faculty Senate, Athens, since 1994, chair steering committee, 1995-1996.


  • Other Work

    • Author: The Chivalric Vision of Alfonso de Cartagena: Study and Edition of the "Doctrinal de los caualleros," 1995, Un texto inédito sobre la caballería del Renacimiento español: "Doctrina del arte de la cauallería," de Juan Quijada de Reayo, 1996. Contributor chapters to books and articles to professional journals.


Member Modern Language Association, South Atlantic Modern Language Association, International Courtly Literature Society (secretary North America branch 1993-1994, session chair North America branch 1994-1995), Renaissance Society of America, Medieval Academy American (Van Courtlandt Elliott prize 1996), British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies, Sigma Delta Pi.


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: collecting antique aviation memorabilia, pipe smoking.


Married Kristin Marie Pope, August 7, 1993.

William Mitchel Fallows

Patricia (Currie) Fallows

Kristin Marie Pope