Thom's Irish Who's Who/Rudmose-Brown, Friherre Thos. Brown

Thomas Brown Rudmose-Brown

RUDMOSE-BROWN, Friherre Thos. Brown; heir of Jes. Thomssen of Kodund, ennobled 1488 by the King of Denmark; M.A. (Aberdeen); M.A. (Dublin); Docteur d'Univ. (Grenoble); Professor of Romance Languages in the University of Dublin since 1909; Advising Examiner in French to Intermediate Education Board, 1912-1916, Matriculation Examiner in French in the University of London since 1920; Extern Examiner in French in Queen's University of Belfast since 1922; Member of Dail Eireann Commission on Secondary Education; Life Member of the Franco-Scottish Society; Member of the Modern Language Association; Vice-President of the Modern Humanities Research Association; b. 11th Jan., 1878; eldest son of Robert Brown, of Campster and Friher reinde Augusta Rudmose; m. 1904, Anne, dau. of late James Francis Gordon Shirrefs-Gordon of Craig, of Auchendoir; one son, three daus. Pubns.: Etude de Versification comparée, 1903; Racine's Andromaque, 1917; French Literary Studies, 1917; Walled Gardens, 1918; French Composition (1920); Corneille's La Galerie de Palais (1920); French Literature (1921), etc., as well as contributions to learned reviews and periodicals. Recn.: learning Irish. Res.: 40 Trinity College, Dublin, and 115 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. Clubs: 1917 (London), and Common Room, Trinity College.