Professor of Spanish elected fellow of the Royal Historical Society
Noel Fallows, Distinguished Research Professor of Spanish in the Romance languages department and associate provost for international education, has been elected a Fellow of The Royal Historical Society.
The Royal Historical Society was founded in 1868 and is the United Kingdom's foremost society dedicated to advancing the scholarly study of the past. Fellowships are awarded to those whose original contribution to historical scholarship "looks beyond the immediate subject of the inquiry to offer insights and findings that contribute to our understanding of broader historical problems and issues."
Fallows' research focuses primarily on the medieval and early modern periods, and he is the author of nearly 50 journal articles and eight books.