David Dumville


David Dumville

Professor David Norman Dumville (born 5 May 1949) is a British medievalist and Celtic scholar. He was educated at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, Ludwig-Maximilian Universität, Munich, and received his PhD. at the University of Edinburgh in 1976. In 1974, he married Sally Lois Hannay, with whom he had one son. She died in 1989.

He is currently the Professor of History and Palaeography at the University of Aberdeen and editor of the journal Anglo-Saxon. He has previously taught or held posts at the University of Wales, Swansea (Fellow, 1975-77), the University of Pennsylvania (Assistant Professor of English, 1977-78), the University of Cambridge, (Lecturer in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, 1977-91; Reader in Early Mediaeval History and Culture of British Isles, 1991-95; Professor of Palaeography and Cultural History, 1995-2005), and University of California, Berkeley (1997). He was also a Visiting Professor at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) (1995) and the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies (1996-97).

Publications

David Dumville has produced numerous scholarly articles and books over the past 35 years, many of which are now considered standard works; a list of some of his major publications (including collections of his articles) is provided below. He recently founded a new scholarly journal for Anglo-Saxon studies, entitled Anglo-Saxon, which he edits with R. D. Fulk and Andrew Reynolds. It is published by the University of Aberdeen and the first issue appeared in Autumn 2007.

  • (with Kathryn Grabowski) Chronicles and Annals of Mediaeval Ireland & Wales, 1984
  • (with Michael Lapidge) The Annals of St Neots, 1985
  • The Historia Brittonum, 1985
  • Histories and Pseudo-Histories of the Insular Middle Ages, 1990
  • Wessex and England from Alfred to Edgar, 1992
  • Liturgy and the Ecclesiastical History of Late Anglo-Saxon England, 1992
  • Britons and Anglo-Saxons in the Early Middle Ages, 1993
  • English Caroline Script and Monastic History, 1993
  • Saint Patrick, 1993
  • The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, 1995
  • The Churches of North Britain in the First Viking Age, 1997
  • "Three Men in a Boat" (inaugural lecture), 1997
  • Councils and Synods of the Gaelic Early and Central Middle Ages, 1997
  • A Palaeographer's Review, vol. 1 1999, vol. 2 2003
  • Saint David of Wales, 2001
  • Annales Cambriae, 2002
  • The Annals of Ulster, 2002
  • (with Pádraig Ó Néill) Cáin Adomnáin and Canones Adomnani, 2003

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