School of Arts and Humanities Newsletter Lent Term 2017
The deadline for nominations to the Vice Chancellor's Public Engagement and Impact Awards is April 21st.
Capitalism on the Edge - What can women do to change how capitalism works?
David and Richard Susskins will talk about their latest book, The Future of the Professions, on February 23rd at CRASSH.
The Wonders of Language: How to make noises and influence people by Prof Ian Roberts (DTAL) was published last week by CUP and is now on display in the CUP bookshop.
The deadline for the Newton International Fellowships, Newton Mobility Grants and Newton Advanced Fellowships is 15 March 2017
The 2017 University Impact and Public Engagement Awards are now open!
Cambridge DAAD Hub: Lecture by Leibniz Prize winner Prof. Dr. Lutz Raphael, 23 February, 5pm, Room 2 Mill Lane Lecture Theatres
Vacancy: Communications Manager in CRASSH
The first Sidgwick Site Equalities Improvement Network talk on Wednesday February 1st will be given by Jacqueline Scott on 'Gender Inequalities in Production and Reproduction'.
Congratulations to the 2016 winners of the Faculty of Music's Teaching Prize!
On Monday 17th October, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Modern Languages called on the UK Government to support languages education.
Faculties and departments in the School of Arts and Humanities will be attending the University’s Postgraduate Open Day being held on Wednesday November 2nd 10:00 AM to 4:30 PM.
Ambitious new centre launches at University of Cambridge
The Rev Dr Jesse Zink has been awarded the Audrey Richards Prize by the African Studies Association of the UK for his dissertation, “Christianity and Catastrophe: Sudan’s Civil Wars and Religious Change among the Dinka.” The prize recognizes the best doctoral dissertation in African studies examined in the UK in 2014 or 2015.
More than three decades after the boycotts of the Moscow and Los Angeles Olympics, athletes, archivists and experts will gather at a conference at Cambridge, 19-21 September to compare notes on what really happened.
Anne Thompson from The Cambridge Greek Lexicon Project explores the true meaning of the word "xenos" (usually translated as foreigner) and shows that the word has many more positive senses than you might think.