Huw studied French and Italian at St John’s College, Cambridge, and went on to complete a PhD in Medieval French and Occitan literature (also in Cambridge). Following a Teaching Fellowship in Medieval French in Oxford (2011-12), he has held postdoctoral posts with the University of Kent’s Elucidarium Project (2012-14) and with the Medieval Francophone Project (Cambridge/KCL/UCL) (2014-15).
Undergraduate teaching areas
Medieval French and Occitan language and literature.
Huw’s main research interests lie in medieval French and Occitan literature, and particularly in troubadour song, Arthurian romance, and saints’ lives. He is currently writing a book on the beguiling bodies of saints and monsters in medieval hagiography. For his Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship he is turning to medieval didactic dialogues and their manuscript contexts, producing an edition of the Old French ‘Dialogue between a Father and Son’.
Running (especially up and down mountains).
Subject notes for courses taught at Jesus College:
- Classics and Modern Languages
- English and Modern Languages
- European and Middle Eastern Languages
- History and Modern Languages
- Modern Languages
- Modern Languages and Linguistics
- Philosophy and Modern Languages
See also Dr Grange's website: www.huwgrange.co.uk