Andrew McRae is professor of Renaissance studies in the department of English and dean of postgraduate research and Exeter Doctoral College. He is a principal fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a strategic reviewer for the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Originally from Australia, he taught and held postdoctoral fellowships at the University of Sydney before moving to the University of Leeds. He joined Exeter in 2000 and was promoted to a personal chair in 2004. Management roles have included associate dean of education in Exeter’s College of Humanities.
Professor of renaissance studies
University of Exeter
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