Drapers Professor of French

The Drapers Professorship of French is the senior professorship in the study of the French language at the University of Cambridge, and was founded in 1919 by a donation from the Worshipful Company of Drapers.

Drapers Professors

  • Oliver Herbert Phelps Prior (1919)
  • Frederick Charles Green (1934)
  • Lewis Charles Harmer (1951)
  • Lloyd James Austin (1967–1980)
  • Peter Rickard (1980–1982)
  • Peter James Bayley (1985)

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