Peter A. Stokes

Peter A. Stokes
Directeur d'études (approx. 'Research Professor')
École Pratique des Hautes Études – Université PSL (Paris)
Section des Sciences Historiques et Philologiques
UMR 8546 Archéologie et Philologie d’Orient et d’Occident
            King's College London (for 2010–17)
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Education and Training

October 2001–September 2005 (approved January 2006) PhD The University of Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, U.K.

February 1995–June 2001 BA (Hons.), BE (Hons.) The University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia

  • Majors in Classics and in English Literature for the BA, and Computer Engineering for the BE
  • Received First Class Honours in 59 out of 61 classes (modules) taken


  • Authority and Appropriation: Heresy and the Struggle for Language in Late Medieval English Literature
  • Phase-Locked Loops: Design and Implementation

January 1998–December 1998 Study Abroad Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.

  • International Exchange Student in the College of Arts and Sciences (Classics and English)
  • Overall GPA: 4.0 out of 4.0

Professional Training, Certification and Equivalences

  • Habilitation à diriger des recherches (HDR, equivalence): Evaluated by international review panel as holding equivalent qualifications and expertise.
  • Teaching qualifications (equivalence): Certified as Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy 'in recognition of attainment against the UK Professional Standards Framework for teaching and learning support in higher education'.
  • Staff Development certification:
    • King's College London: 'PhD Supervision for New Supervisors', 'Managing Research Relationships for Supervisors and PIs', 'Data Protection', 'Successful Performance Conversations in the Context of Performance Development Reviews', 'Subconscious Bias', and 'Introduction to TRaK' [teaching accreditation by the UK Higher Education Academy].
    • Cambridge University: 'Supervisions and Small-Group Teaching', 'Voice Projection', and 'Teaching-Skills in Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic'.
    • Leicester University: 'Part-Time Teacher Training'.

See also Additional Skills.