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Natassa Varka wins International Handel Research Prize 2019

From Faculty of Music. Published on Jun 18, 2019.

Professor Marina Frolova-Walker appointed 36th Gresham Professor of Music

From Faculty of Music. Published on Jun 17, 2019.

Vacancy: Museum Education and Outreach Coordinator

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jun 06, 2019.

Details of how to apply for this part time post are now available online. Closing date: Friday 5 July 2019.

2019 Gifford Lectures

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jun 04, 2019.

Professor Beard's Gifford Lectures (University of Edinburgh), on The Ancient World and Us: From Fear and Loathing to Enlightenment and Ethics, are now available on line.

Vacancy: Research Associate (Fixed Term)

By from News. Published on May 31, 2019.

Congratulations to Dr Ruth Jackson Ravenscroft on pubilication of her first book: "The Veiled God: Friedrich Schleiermacher's Theology of Finitude."

By from News. Published on May 30, 2019.

Dr Ruth Jackson Ravenscroft, Research Fellow in Theology at Sidney Sussex College, has just had her first book published with Religious & Biblical Studies - Brill Publishing: "The Veiled God: Friedrich Schleiermacher's Theology of Finitude." The book has its origins in her doctoral work at our faculty. Congratulations!

I say now NOW - and a moment later it is already history

From Faculty of Music. Published on May 27, 2019.

Dr Holger Zellentin has a new book published

By from News. Published on May 20, 2019.

Congratulations to Faculty of Divinity’s Dr Holger Zellentin on publication of his new book: The Qur'an's Reformation of Judaism and Christianity Return to the Origins

Min Yen Ong Appointed to Faculty of Music

From Faculty of Music. Published on May 15, 2019.

The Runciman Award 2019

From Faculty of Classics. Published on May 13, 2019.

The Faculty is delighted to announce that Professor Robin Osborne is a recipient of the Runciman Award 2019 for 'The Transformation of Athens' (Princeton University Press).

Aldborough Roman Town Project Podcast

From Faculty of Classics. Published on May 10, 2019.

Follow progress on the Aldborough Roman Town Project via their podcast.

Athena Swan Bronze Award for the Faculty of Music

From Faculty of Music. Published on May 07, 2019.

Faculty in the British Academy Review

By from News. Published on May 06, 2019.

Dr Silvianne Aspray and Professor Judith Lieu are both featured in the latest edition of the British Academy Review.

2019 Yerushah Lecture

By from News. Published on May 02, 2019.

The Cambridge Faculty of Divinity is pleased to announce that the 2019 Yerushah Lecture will take place at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, 15 May, in the Runcie Room, Faculty of Divinity, West Road.

Prof. Rae Langton gave the HLA Hart Memorial Lecture 2019

From Faculty of Philosophy. Published on Apr 30, 2019.

Concert Hall Manager George Unsworth Retires

From Faculty of Music. Published on Apr 26, 2019.

Shortlist Announced Student-Led Teaching Awards 2019

By from News. Published on Apr 24, 2019.

Dr Ankur Barua shortlisted for the Student Led Teaching Awards 2019

British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award: Francesca Vella

From Faculty of Music. Published on Apr 14, 2019.

Toleration and Religious Freedom

By from News. Published on Mar 26, 2019.

New Blog Post: Dr Sam Barrett reflects on 'Overlooking Instruments'

From Faculty of Music. Published on Mar 21, 2019.

Museum Closure on Mondays

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Mar 20, 2019.

The Museum of Classical Archaeology will close on Mondays, beginning Monday 29 April 2019.

Arthur Bliss Prize 2018

From Faculty of Music. Published on Mar 14, 2019.

The Faculty of Music at the Cambridge Science Festival, 11-24 March 2019

From Faculty of Music. Published on Mar 13, 2019.

New West Road Concert Hall Manager

From Faculty of Music. Published on Mar 04, 2019.

Premiere of new orchestral work by Richard Causton, 'Ik zeg: NU'

From Faculty of Music. Published on Feb 24, 2019.

Video of Professor George van Kooten's inaugural lecture

By from News. Published on Feb 22, 2019.

The Inaugural Cambridge Female Composers Festival, January-March 2019

From Faculty of Music. Published on Feb 18, 2019.

3:AM Interview with James Orr

By from News. Published on Feb 11, 2019.

J. Paul Getty Medal

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jan 25, 2019.

The Faculty is delighted to report that Mary Beard has been named as one of this year's recipients of the J. Paul Getty Medal. See weblink for further information.

Launch of new outreach project, "Roots"

From Faculty of Music. Published on Jan 24, 2019.

Theology and Literature Y11-12 Study Day

By from News. Published on Jan 14, 2019.

The Faculty of Divinity welcomes Years 11-12 prospective students to the Theology and Literature Study Day today

Mark Smith has new book published

By from News. Published on Jan 04, 2019.

Sean Curran awarded Jerome Roche Prize and Alfred Einstein Award

From Faculty of Music. Published on Dec 17, 2018.

Rebecca Flemming co-edits 'field defining' new book

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Dec 11, 2018.

This book 'is the first to encompass the vast history of how living things procreate, from the banks of the ancient Nile to the fertility clinics of today.'

Ingo Gildenhard and John Henderson's new publication

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Dec 11, 2018.

The new course book on Virgil, Aeneid 11 (Pallas & Camilla) includes Latin text, study aids with vocabulary, and commentary.

Greek National Opera commissions MPhil composer Apostolis Koutsogiannis

From Faculty of Music. Published on Dec 06, 2018.

Philip Leverhulme Prize awarded to Dr Peter McMurray

From Faculty of Music. Published on Nov 30, 2018.

Dr Sam Barrett on BBC Radio 3 The Early Music Show

From Faculty of Music. Published on Nov 25, 2018.

2019 Outreach event list

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Nov 22, 2018.

We have now released details of the Outreach events that the Faculty of Classics that will be hosting or participating in during 2019.

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships at Cambridge

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Nov 07, 2018.

The Cambridge Classics Faculty invites applications to the 2019 round of the Leverhulme Trust early Career Fellowship competition.

Additional Graduate Funding Opportunity

From Faculty of Music. Published on Nov 06, 2018.

Make Your Myth Competition 2018

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Nov 05, 2018.

We are excited to announce a brand new competition that wants students in school years 3-8 to get creative with the Classics.

Booking open for Music Taster Day for Year 10 and Year 11 students

From Faculty of Music. Published on Nov 02, 2018.

Music & Letters Centenary Issue win for Nicholas Marston

From Faculty of Music. Published on Oct 24, 2018.

New Funding for Graduate Study

From Faculty of Music. Published on Oct 17, 2018.

Inaugural Lecture: Katharine Ellis, 1684 Professor of Music

From Faculty of Music. Published on Oct 16, 2018.

Gildersleeve Prize 2017

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Oct 11, 2018.

The Faculty is delighted to report that the Gildersleeve Prize in 2017 has been presented to Dr Max Leventhal.

New Blog Post: Ian Cross on Genes and Minds, Musics and Cultures

From Faculty of Music. Published on Oct 09, 2018.

New Postdoctoral Appointments

From Faculty of Music. Published on Sep 20, 2018.

Second CREWS Conference: Call for Papers

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jun 27, 2018.

We are pleased to announce the second CREWS conference, to take place Thursday 14th – Saturday 16th of March 2019. ‘Exploring the Social and Cultural Contexts of Historic Writing Systems’ aims to look at writing systems’ place in society and culture.

The Cambridge Philological Society Prize 2019 and 2020

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jun 27, 2018.

The Cambridge Philological Society is pleased to announce the establishment of a prize for the best submitted article by a graduate student or early-career researcher.

Research Associate (Assistant Editor, Oxford History of the Archaic Greek World)

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jun 22, 2018.

Details of how to apply for this one year fixed term post are now available online, Closing date 23 July 2018.

Life After Classics: alumni profiles

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jun 20, 2018.

Our Classics alumni give us an insight into their lives after studying Classics at Cambridge.

Cambridge Classics Ancient Worlds Video Competition 2018

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jun 05, 2018.

Have a look through the winning video entries from some high school classicists this year!

Guardian University league tables 2019

From Faculty of Classics. Published on May 29, 2018.

Cambridge has topped the Classics table in The Guardian 'league tables' 2019. Details are available online.

Professor Emily Gowers: Sather Lectures

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Mar 27, 2018.

The Faculty offers its warmest congratulations to Professor Emily Gowers who has been invited to deliver The Sather Lectures at Berkeley in 2021/2.

Julius Caesar Revealed - BBC one

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Feb 09, 2018.

Mary Beard looks into some of the big questions surrounding one of the most prominent rulers in history.

Dr Yannis Galanakis elected to The Archaeological Society at Athens

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Feb 08, 2018.

Dr Galanakis has been elected to a regular membership of The Archaeological Society at Athens, the oldest archaeological organisation in Greece established in 1837.

The CREWS project at the Fitzwilliam Museum

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jan 17, 2018.

The CREWS project has collaborated with the Fitzwilliam Museum and the British Museum to produce a fantastic display.

Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jan 03, 2018.

Professor Michael Reeve elected to Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei

Dr Ferraby: 2017 Illustration Award Winner

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Jan 03, 2018.

Dr Rose Ferraby, Research Associate in the Faculty of Classics, is a recipient of the Michael Marks Awards for Poetry Pamphlets 2017

Archaeology Book of the Year Award

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Dec 20, 2017.

Details of how to vote are now available online.

2018 Ancient World Video Competition

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Dec 18, 2017.

Cambridge Classics' 2018 Ancient World Video Competition is now open for entries.

The Cambridge Greek Play 2019

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Dec 13, 2017.

The Cambridge Greek Play for 2019 has been announced.

Local schools are inspired by Ovid

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Dec 11, 2017.

A celebratory event for students who produced creative responses to tales from Ovid.

Applications invited for Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme 2018

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Nov 16, 2017.

We are keen to support high quality applications that intersect with research already being undertaken or developed in the Classics Faculty.

Archaeologists uncover rare 2,000-year-old sundial during Roman theatre excavation

From Faculty of Classics. Published on Nov 08, 2017.

A 2,000-year-old intact and inscribed sundial has been recovered by students of the Faculty of Classics...

A New Deputy Director for CRASSH

From CRASSH News and Press RSS feed. Published on Jul 02, 2014.

We are delighted to announce the appointment of a Deputy Director for CRASSH...

Announcing eight new Research Associate posts in the Early Modern period

From CRASSH News and Press RSS feed. Published on Mar 26, 2014.

CRASSH is pleased to announce a new constellation of projects centred in the Early Modern period. Eight new post-doctoral fellows will be appointed...

CRASSH Director Appointed Inaugural John Harvard Professor 2014-2019

From CRASSH News and Press RSS feed. Published on Feb 25, 2014.

CRASSH Director Simon Goldhill, Professor in Greek Literature and Fellow of King’s College, has been awarded a new research chair in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. The 'John Harvard Visiting Professorship' enables the postholder to conduct inter-disciplinary research into a problem of pressing modern relevance. Simon’s project, ‘Topographies of Citizenship’, will explore three interlocking problems in the contemporary Middle East: urban economic apartheid manifested in man-made boundaries such as walls and gated communities; litoral politics: the sea coast as a major natural boundary politicised by issues of access to resources; and the closely related issues of democracy and participation. The project will begin in 2014/15.

Conspiracy, Secrets, Intrigue and Paranoia: Coming To A Screen Near You!

From CRASSH News and Press RSS feed. Published on Feb 05, 2014.

Five of the world's greatest movies about conspiracies will be screened by the Conspiracy and Democracy Research project, in partnership with the Cambridge Arts Picturehouse. Each film will be introduced by an expert speaker. The season kicks off at 5.45pm on 11 February with John Frankenheimer's 'The Manchurian Candidate', introduced by Peter Knight, author of 'Conspiracy Culture: American Paranoia from the Kennedy Assassination to the X-Files'. For more information: http://www.crassh.cam.ac.uk/events/25503. Books tickets via the Arts Picturehouse Box Office.

An Encounter With Mozart Goes Viral

From CRASSH News and Press RSS feed. Published on Feb 05, 2014.

An eight-minute-long improvisation by Robert Levin on an unfinished piece by Mozart has had over 100,000 hits on YouTube since its posting. The Dwight D Robinson Jr Professor of Music at Harvard was lecturing on the improvisatory scope in Mozart's music, as 2012/13 Humanitas Visiting Professor of Chamber Music.

Margaret MacMillan Makes News

From CRASSH News and Press RSS feed. Published on Feb 05, 2014.

The tenure of Margaret MacMillan as Humanitas Visiting Professor of War Studies 2013/14 has been preceded by widespread media coverage in newspapers from The Times of India to El Pais. Sparked by Professor MacMillan's appearance on BBC Radio 4’s Start the Week with Education Secretary Michael Gove and historian Simon Schama, this press coverage has focused on the way history is taught and understood in the UK, with particular reference to World War One. Her interview on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire is due to be broadcast on Thursday 6 February, shortly after noon. http://www.bbc.co.uk/radiocambridgeshire/latest-programmes

Alastair Campbell: At the Nexus of Media and Politics

From CRASSH News and Press RSS feed. Published on Feb 05, 2014.

Humanitas Visiting Professor of Media 2013/14, Alastair Campbell, lectured to packed audiences in Cambridge. And his lectures reached a wider audience comprising the readerships of the national press. Full transcripts of the lectures went live on Huffington Post and the Guardian immediately after they were delivered, and the key points were covered in the Independent, Guardian, Financial Times, BBC News (online), the Huffington Post, Observer, and The Conversation.

Visualising the Plague

From CRASSH News and Press RSS feed. Published on Oct 04, 2013.

CRASSH researcher Dr Christos Lynteris has started a major, five-year ERC-funded project on 'Visualising the Third Plague Pandemic'. Recruitment of postdoctoral researchers has now begun.