Martin Harris (linguist)

Martin Harris (Linguist)

Martin Harris (linguist)

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Professor Sir Martin Best Harris CBE (1992), MA PhD LLD (b. 28 June 1944) is a British academic and Professor of Linguistics.

He was born at Ruabon, Wales, the son of William Best Harris, afterwards City Librarian of Plymouth, and educated at Devonport High School for Boys in Plymouth, and at Queens' College, Cambridge. He began his academic career at the University of Leicester in 1967, where he lectured in French Linguistics.

He was Chancellor of the University of Salford, the ceremonial head of the University between 2005 and 2009. He replaced Sir Walter Bodmer and took office on 4 April 2005. Sir Martin spent fifteen years at the University of Salford as a Senior Lecturer, Professor of Linguistics, Dean and, later, Pro-Vice-Chancellor.

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