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Gardner, Alicelocked

MA Bristol

Born Hackney, 1854; y d of late Thomas Gardner, of the Stock Exchange, and Ann, d of Peter Pearse; died 11 Nov. 1927

Associate of Newnham College, Cambridge, since 1893; Reader in Byzantine History in the University of Bristol since 1919


Laleham, Clapham Park, etc; Newnham College, Cambridge (student, 1876–79); First Class in Historical Tripos


Assistant Mistress in the Girls’ High School, Plymouth, 1880–82; Professor of Ancient and Modern History in Bedford College, London, 1883–84; Lecturer in History at Newnham College, Cambridge, 1884–1914; temporary lecturer in the University of Bristol, 1915–19; first Secretary of the University Association of Women Teachers; a Vice-President of the Historical Association; on Council of Royal Historical Society; Member of British Institute of Philosophical Studies


Synesius of Cyrene, Philosopher and Bishop; Friends of the Olden Time (for children); Rome the Middle of the World (a sequel to above); Julian, Emperor and Philosopher; Studies in John the Scot; The Conflict of Duties, and other Essays; Theodore of Studium, his Life and Times; Letters to a Godchild; Supplementary Chapter to English Translation of Professor Hans von Schubert’s Church History; The Lascarids of Nicæa; Within our Limits; Chapter in the Faith and the War; article in History on some Episodes in the History of Mediæval Salonika; History of Sacrament in Relation to Thought and Progress; A Short History of Newnham College; various reviews


country walking


Ladies’ University; Ladies’, Clifton


8 Canynge Road, Clifton, Bristol