David Richard BATES

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1945-04-30
Education King Edward VI GS Nuneaton, Univ of Exeter (BA, PhD)
Books & Publications Normandy before 1066 (1982), A Bibliography of Domesday Book (1986), William the Conqueror (1989, reissued 2001), Bishop Remigius of Lincoln 1067-1092 (1992), England and Normandy in the Middle Ages (jt ed, 1994), Conflict and Coexistence: Nationalism and Democracy in Modern Europe (jt ed, 1997), Regesta Regum Anglo-Normannorum: The Acta of William I, 1066-1087 (1998), Reordering the Past and Negotiating the Present in Stenton's First Century (2000), Domesday Book (jt ed, 2001), Writing Medieval Biography 750-1250: Essays in honour of Frank Barlow (jt ed, 2006), East Anglia and its North Sea World in the Middle Ages (jt ed, 2013), The Normans and Empire (2013); also author of numerous articles in learned jls
Recreations walking, music, reading, watching sport
Clubs N/A
Style Prof David Bates
Career research asst Documents Section Imperial War Museum 1969-71 (head of section 1971); UC Cardiff (later Univ of Wales Cardiff): fell Univ of Wales Dept of History 1971-73, lectr 1973-87, memb Senate 1980-83 and 1986-92, sr lectr 1987-90, reader 1991-94, head of history and Welsh history 1988-92; Univ of Glasgow: Edwards prof of medieval history 1994-2003, head Dept of Medieval History 1995-97, head Sch of History and Archaeology 1995-97, dir Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies 1996-98, head Dept of History 1997-2001, memb Senate; dir Inst of Historical Research Univ of London 2003-08, prof of medieval history UEA 2008-10 (professorial fell 2010-), prof Université de Caen Basse-Normandie 2009-12; A level examiner 1973-84 and 1986, examiner (admin grade admissions) Civil Service 1978-84; Wolfson fellowship 1983, Huntington Library fell Henry E Huntington Library Pasadena 1984, professeur invité Ecole Nationale des Chartes Paris 1999, Br Acad Marc Fitch research reader 2001-03, visiting fell commoner Trinity Coll Cambridge 2002-03, directeur d'etudes invité Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Paris 2003, James Ford lectr in Br history Univ of Oxford 2009-10, dir Battle Conf on Anglo-Norman Studies 2010-13; delivered numerous lectures and conferences and symposia worldwide; gen ed The Medieval World (Longman/Pearson series) 1987-2001; Dr (hc) Univ of Caen 2000; centenary fell Historical Assoc 2006, life memb Clare Hall Cambridge 2009-, memb Acad of Europe 2009-, Leverhulme emeritus fell 2013-15; FRHistS 1985 (memb Cncl 1995-99, vice-pres 2003-06), FSA 1993, FFCS 2001, FRSA 2007
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