Pro Dean Curriculum - Arts and Divinity

Pro Dean Curriculum - Arts and Divinity‌The Pro Dean Curriculum for Arts and Divinity is responsible for undergraduate curriculum design and approval for these Faculties.

Responsibilities

  • Overseeing undergraduate curriculum design and approval across the Faculties of Arts and Divinity on behalf of the Dean.
  • Academic input on collaborative programmes, study abroad and work placements.
  • Academic director for the BA International Honours programme.
  • Member of judging panel for Teaching Excellence Awards.
  • Faculty contact for Curriculum for Excellence.
  • Module Board Convenor for ID4001, ‘Communication & Teaching in Arts/Humanities’; ID5101, ‘Introduction to University Teaching 1’; and ID5102, ‘Introduction to University Teaching 2’.

Dr David Evans

The current Pro Dean Curriculum for Arts and Divinity is Dr David Evans. 

David Evans is a Reader in the School of Modern Languages. He works on French literature and specialises in 19th-century poetry and its relationship with music. His current research looks at representations of masculinity in French poetry from 1820 to 1920.