G. Peter Winnington
Peter majored in Philosophy, plus French and English, at the University of Lausanne, writing a dissertation on La Phénoménologie et les sciences de l’homme, étudié dans la sociologie d’Alfred Schütz (Phenomenology and the human sciences, studied in the sociology of Alfred Schütz). Before he had finished my degree he was recruited to teach English at the neighbouring high school in Lausanne, the Gymnase de la Cité, and taught there for eight years. Meanwhile he became an assistant and then a tenured Lecturer in the Faculty of Letters at Lausanne and taught English literature there for ... 42 years (and loved it: the students were wonderful). Around 1970 he became interested in the work of Mervyn Peake and have devoted much time to creating a Peake bibliography, writing up his life and studying his work.
|1 Journal in JSTOR||Date Range|
|Peake Studies||1988 - 2015|