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Mary Beard picks out top ten ancient Romans

Mary Beard picks out top ten ancient Romans

Professor Mary Beard of the Faculty of Classics selects her top ten figures from Roman history.

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DAAD Lecture: Imperial Violence and Mobilised Nations

Cambridge DAAD Hub: Lecture by Leibniz Prize winner Prof. Dr. Lutz Raphael, 23 February, 5pm, Room 2 Mill Lane Lecture Theatres

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First SSEIN Talk February 1st

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'.

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Newton Awards deadline fast approaching!

The deadline for the Newton International Fellowships, Newton Mobility Grants and Newton Advanced Fellowships is 15 March 2017

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AHRC DTP Annual Lecture 2016

AHRC DTP Annual Lecture 2016

The Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership Annual Lecture 2016, "Why Prosody and Rhythm Matter - in Poetry and in the Humanities at Large" by Professor Hans Gumbrecht, is now available to watch online.

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The Alchemical Landscape: magic and the occult in contemporary English art

The Alchemical Landscape: magic and the occult in contemporary English art

Contemporary writers, film-makers and musicians are increasingly investing the English landscape with notions of magic and the occult. As part of this year’s Festival of Ideas, Yvonne Salmon and James Riley present a field guide to this ‘geographic turn’.

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Life in ancient Rome revealed: Professor Mary Beard discusses SPQR

Life in ancient Rome revealed: Professor Mary Beard discusses SPQR

Professor Mary Beard of the Faculty of Classics spoke to the Smithsonian Magazine about her newly-published book "SPQR: A History of Ancient Rome", which reveals Rome's most interesting characters, best slogans and surprising legacies.

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The banality of colonization: suburbia in the West Bank

The banality of colonization: suburbia in the West Bank

As part of the 46th annual Martin Centre Lectures at the Department of Architecture, Professor David Newman of Ben-Gurion University will discuss the establishment of settlements in the West Bank.

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Judges announced on BBC's short story awards with First Story and Cambridge University

The BBC National Short Story Award with Cambridge University (NSSA) today calls for submissions for the 13th year with television presenter, author and actress Mel Giedroyc chairing the judging panel for the 2018 award. Mel, who has co-hosted a myriad of television shows including The Great British Bake-Off, has written two books From Here to Maternity (2005) and Going Ga-Ga (2007). Mel’s counterpart on the BBC Young Writers’ Award with First Story and Cambridge University (YWA) is BBC Radio 1 and CBBC’s Book Club presenter Katie Thistleton, who will chair the judging panel for the teenage award as it opens for submissions for the fourth year.

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"Between Escapism and Strife": Cambridge hosts tribute to Israeli cinema

"Between Escapism and Strife": Cambridge hosts tribute to Israeli cinema

The University of Cambridge is to present a cinematic homage to the Jerusalem Sam Spiegel Film School to mark the 25th anniversary of the School’s establishment.

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Beyond "1944": Cambridge sheds light on the language and culture of the Crimean Tartars

Beyond "1944": Cambridge sheds light on the language and culture of the Crimean Tartars

This week, on 19 and 20 May, postgraduate students from across the United Kingdom will take part in an innovative workshop on Crimean Tatar culture at the University of Cambridge.

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Books in the Making: literary production explored, and Lee Child in conversation

Books in the Making: literary production explored, and Lee Child in conversation

Bestselling crime writer Lee Child, creator of the Jack Reacher series, will be in conversation with Andy Martin of the University of Cambridge this Thursday, followed by a one-day symposium on contemporary literary production, “Books in the Making”.

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“Boycott Olympics” reconsidered at University of Cambridge conference in September

“Boycott Olympics” reconsidered at University of Cambridge conference in September

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.

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Buddhist film wins Religion on Film competition

Buddhist film wins Religion on Film competition

A film exploring the five senses in Buddhism, made by a sixth form student, has won the Divinity Faculty's RE:View Religion in Film competition

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Is English enough? UK language policy debated at Cambridge University

Is English enough? UK language policy debated at Cambridge University

A ground-breaking policy workshop aiming to break the “vicious circle of monolingualism” in the UK was held at Cambridge University, featuring representatives of government, education and key organisations including the British Academy and the British Council.

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Cambridge access project celebrates student milestone and launches new learning resource

Cambridge access project celebrates student milestone and launches new learning resource

The University of Cambridge’s HE Plus programme has just registered its 10,000th participant, the culmination of five years of work with state schools and sixth form colleges across the UK.

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First year Cambridge Architects support local homeless charity with “Growing Space” project

First year Cambridge Architects support local homeless charity with “Growing Space” project

A team of first year undergraduate architecture students from the University of Cambridge have been working with Cambridge homeless charity the Cyrenians to redevelop their allotment site.

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Cambridge to explore benefits of multilingualism in major AHRC research project

Cambridge to explore benefits of multilingualism in major AHRC research project

The University of Cambridge is to launch a major new research project to study the benefits of multilingualism to individuals and society, and transform attitudes to languages in the UK, as part of the AHRC’s Open World Research Initiative.

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Cambridge Religion on Film competition

Cambridge Religion on Film competition

There are just two weeks left before the deadline of the Cambridge Religion on Film Competition. This year the theme is religion and the senses. Sixth form students are invited to create a five minute film on their own or in a team for a chance to win up to £400.

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How do you like those Apfelüberrests? Cambridge researcher develops smartphone app to map Swiss-German dialects

How do you like those Apfelüberrests? Cambridge researcher develops smartphone app to map Swiss-German dialects

Researchers at the Universities of Cambridge, Zurich and Bern have developed a smartphone app to crowdsource and map Swiss-German dialects, a recent paper in PLoS ONE reports.

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Casts by Candlelight at the Museum of Classical Archaeology

Casts by Candlelight at the Museum of Classical Archaeology

Step into the world of Classical Greece and Rome with a torch-lit tour of the stunning Museum of Classical Archaeology, as part of this year's Festival of Ideas.

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"Classics for All" to inspire next generation

"Classics for All" to inspire next generation

A pioneering project to promote Classics at schools in deprived areas is appealing for alumni to share their passion for the ancient world.

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Classics Video competition shortlist revealed

Classics Video competition shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the Cambridge Ancient World Video Competition is being revealed this week (one film at a time)

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Cambridge Ancient World video competition winners announced

Cambridge Ancient World video competition winners announced

The winners of the Cambridge Ancient World video competition, held by the Faculty of Classics, have been announced.

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Faculty of Classics launches video competition

Faculty of Classics launches video competition

The Faculty of Classics is looking for the next YouTube star, with a new video competition for school students aged 13-19.

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We hear a lot about Xenophobia in the news at the moment, but what does the word actually mean?

We hear a lot about Xenophobia in the news at the moment, but what does the word actually mean?

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.

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Clicking to Connectivity at Great St Mary's

Clicking to Connectivity at Great St Mary's

Professor Helen Weinstein and PhD students from the Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Programme present an interactive experiment in digital technology at Great St Mary's Church as part of the Festival of Ideas.

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Cold War sports podcasts recall drama of Navratilova's return

Cold War sports podcasts recall drama of Navratilova's return

The return of Martina Navratilova to her Czech homeland, a dramatic clash between ice hockey stars from both sides of the Iron Curtain and a state-sponsored East German doping programme are discussed in new episodes of Sport in the Cold War, co-produced by Cambridge University.

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Centre for the Study of Existential Risk announces post-doctoral positons

Centre for the Study of Existential Risk announces post-doctoral positons

The Centre for the Study of Existential Risk at CRASSH have announced four new post-doctoral research positions. The research associates will join a growing team of researchers developing a general methodology for the management of extreme technological risk.

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DAAD-University of Cambridge German Research Hub announced

DAAD-University of Cambridge German Research Hub announced

The University of Cambridge has announced a new Research Hub for German Studies, in partnership with DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service

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Danish Embassy Art Prize 2016

Danish Embassy Art Prize 2016

The Danish Embassy Art Prize is an annual art competition for Danish Art and Art History students in the UK. The recipient of the prize will have the unique possibility of exhibiting at the Royal Danish Embassy in London. The deadline for applications is 7 December 2015.

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From the pit to the pinnacle: Dante reappraised "vertically"

From the pit to the pinnacle: Dante reappraised "vertically"

Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has rounded off a four-year project at Cambridge University which explored the “vertical” connections across Dante’s Comedy.

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A supposedly fun thing you might never do again: English Faculty holds David Foster Wallace Day

A supposedly fun thing you might never do again: English Faculty holds David Foster Wallace Day

The Faculty of English will host a day of readings and discussions from the great American novelist David Foster Wallace, on Tuesday 12 January.

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Dear World...Cambridge launches new fundraising campaign

Dear World...Cambridge launches new fundraising campaign

For eight centuries, Cambridge has welcomed brilliant minds, set them free to collaborate and create, sending world-changing ideas in return. The University has now launched its largest ever fundraising campaign to ensure that our impact on the future will be as vital as our impact on the past.

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Cambridge receives £1.2 million donation to support Divinity students

Cambridge receives £1.2 million donation to support Divinity students

A new studentship fund for postgraduates in the field of New Testament Studies has been established at the Faculty of Divinity with a £1.2 million donation from the Kirby Laing foundation.

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Dr Jesse Zink Awarded Audrey Richards Prize

Dr Jesse Zink Awarded Audrey Richards Prize

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.

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Easy as Alep, Bet, Gimel?  Cambridge research explores social context of ancient writing

Easy as Alep, Bet, Gimel? Cambridge research explores social context of ancient writing

A new University of Cambridge research project is set to shed light on the history of writing in the ancient world, and explore the longlasting relationship between society and writing that persists today.

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Football legend Eusebio and Portuguese colonialism explored in new podcast

Football legend Eusebio and Portuguese colonialism explored in new podcast

The life of Portuguese sporting legend Eusebio, renowned as the top scorer in the 1966 World Cup, is discussed in a new podcast, which explores his early struggles with colonialism in his home country of Mozambique.

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Exploring religion, art and culture with Cambridge Inter-faith Programme

Exploring religion, art and culture with Cambridge Inter-faith Programme

The Cambridge Inter-faith Programme, based at the Faculty of Divinity, is to explore the intersections of religion, art and culture in a series of new events.

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Egypt: Faith after the Pharaohs - an evening with the Curator

Egypt: Faith after the Pharaohs - an evening with the Curator

"Egypt: Faith after the Pharaohs" is one of the British Museum's first exhibitions to explore inter-faith relations. One of the exhibition's Curators, Dr Elisabeth R. O'Connell, will present an evening of discussion in Cambridge on Monday 1 February.

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Festival of Ideas 2015

Festival of Ideas 2015

Bookings have now opened for the Cambridge Festival of Ideas, a packed two-week programme featuring hundreds of events, from 19 October-1 November.

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History and Modern Languages among new undergraduate courses

History and Modern Languages among new undergraduate courses

The University of Cambridge has launched a new joint undergraduate degree course for 2017 in History and Modern Languages, together with two other new courses – one a joint degree in History and Politics and the other a new single-honours course in Archaeology.

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Holiday closure dates 2015-16

Holiday closure dates 2015-16

The School of Arts and Humanities will be closed from Friday 25 December 2015 to Monday 4 January 2016.

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Introduction to The Conversation

Introduction to The Conversation

Are you interested in communicating your research to a wide audience? Would you like to get your work read by an audience of tens – possibly hundreds – of thousands of readers?

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IT Service Catalogue enters Phase Two

IT Service Catalogue enters Phase Two

In late 2014 Cambridge University Information Services (UIS) embarked on a project to introduce a University Information Services Catalogue. Phase One saw the Catalogue go-live in the School of Arts & Humanities. The project team has now moved to Phase Two and are rolling the catalogue out to the University's Unified Administrative Services (UAS).

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University IT Service Catalogue launched

University IT Service Catalogue launched

A new University IT Service Catalogue has been launched, in collaboration with the School of Arts and Humanities.

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Joanna Hogg becomes Cambridge University’s first Filmmaker in Residence

Joanna Hogg becomes Cambridge University’s first Filmmaker in Residence

Leading contemporary director and screenwriter Joanna Hogg is to become the first Filmmaker in Residence at the University of Cambridge, where she is to present a series of talks and screenings this month.

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Cambridge Language Centre receives £50,000 to support Sri Lankan languages

Cambridge Language Centre receives £50,000 to support Sri Lankan languages

Healthcare company LycaHealth have donated £50,000 to the University of Cambridge Language Centre to support the teaching of Sri Lankan languages.

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Cambridge support for MPs' position on the importance of language skills

On Monday 17th October, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Modern Languages called on the UK Government to support languages education.

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Literature Cambridge launches The Literary Kitchen

Literature Cambridge launches The Literary Kitchen

Independent educational organisation Literature Cambridge, founded by University of Cambridge academic Dr Trudi Tate, has teamed up with Cambridge Cookery School to unite great works of literature with classic recipes.

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"Father of African athletics” celebrated, and Muhammad Ali’s Cold War years re-considered

"Father of African athletics” celebrated, and Muhammad Ali’s Cold War years re-considered

A five-time Olympic medallist who spent 40 years as a sports coach and goodwill ambassador in Africa is to be celebrated for the USA's Black History Month in February with a double episode of the Global History of Sport in the Cold War podcast – along with a new take on the “world’s greatest boxer”, Muhammad Ali.

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Manuscripts under the microscope: Cambridge launches Manuscripts Lab

Manuscripts under the microscope: Cambridge launches Manuscripts Lab

Students and academics from the Faculty of English, University of Cambridge, have launched a new “Manuscripts Lab”: an interactive website to explore the significance of hand-written texts.

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Psychological Geography: Exploring interactions between people and the places they live

Psychological Geography: Exploring interactions between people and the places they live

As part of the 46th annual Martin Centre Lectures at the Department of Architecture, Dr Jason Rentfrow will examine how a geographical perspective on psychological processes can inform theory and research in psychology and related disciplines.

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Music Faculty Teaching Prizes 2016

Congratulations to the 2016 winners of the Faculty of Music's Teaching Prize!

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National languages policy to be discussed at workshop

National languages policy to be discussed at workshop

Cambridge Language Sciences are to hold a workshop to discuss the future of UK languages policy.

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The Netherbow Gate and the creation of urban borders in early modern Edinburgh

The Netherbow Gate and the creation of urban borders in early modern Edinburgh

As part of the 46th annual Martin Centre Lectures at the Department of Architecture, Dr Giovanna Guidicini will discuss how city gates can act as a border between urban communities.

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Opinion: Confronting the Taliban - an educational encounter

Opinion: Confronting the Taliban - an educational encounter

Dr David Gosling of the Faculty of Divinity discusses his time on the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, his encounters with the Taliban and why education is the best weapon against terrorism.

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PhD student's films featured in major exhibits

PhD student's films featured in major exhibits

Two music documentaries directed and edited by doctoral candidate Ely Rosenblum, of the Faculty of Music, are featured in major exhibits in the UK and Canada.

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Pilkington Prize 2016

Pilkington Prize 2016

Two members of teaching staff within the School of Arts and Humanities have been awarded this year's Pilkington Prize by the University.

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Postgraduate Open Day - Wednesday November 2nd

Postgraduate Open Day - Wednesday November 2nd

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.

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Vice Chancellor's Public Engagement and Impacts Awards are open!

The deadline for nominations to the Vice Chancellor's Public Engagement and Impact Awards is April 21st.

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Publishing Your Research Effectively

Publishing Your Research Effectively

A new mini-series of training sessions for PhD students in Arts and Humanities has been launched by the Office of Scholarly Communications, to explore how to effectively publish your research and manage your digital information.

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What is the point of Free Speech?

What is the point of Free Speech?

Professor Rae Langton of the Faculty of Philosophy explores free speech in a talk at TEDx Cambridge.

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Accommodating Injustice: Rae Langton to give Hägerström Lectures

Accommodating Injustice: Rae Langton to give Hägerström Lectures

Professor Rae Langton, of the Faculty of Philosophy, will present the prestigious Hägerström lectures at the University of Uppsala, Sweden, next month.

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Reconsidering religious radicalism with the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme

Reconsidering religious radicalism with the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme

The Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme is holding a day-long conference that aims to explore critically the language we use to talk about religious radicalism, featuring renowned keynote speakers from policy and academia.

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Dr Sarah Dillon investigates the story behind the story of literature’s great works

Dr Sarah Dillon investigates the story behind the story of literature’s great works

Faculty of English academic Dr Sarah Dillon is to become a literary detective in a new Sunday Feature series on BBC Radio 3 exploring great works of literature and how they came to be written.

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Senior Research Associate: Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence

Senior Research Associate: Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence

The Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, a new, highly interdisciplinary research centre, addressing the challenges and opportunities of development in artificial intelligence (AI) is looking for a Senior Research Associate to play a key role in the development of research and of the broader collaborations in which it is involved.

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Sights and sounds of Japan: Old traditions in new contexts

Sights and sounds of Japan: Old traditions in new contexts

Come and experience different aspects of Japanese traditional culture as it is lived today at the Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern studies. Listen to Noh music performance and rakugo storytelling, and immerse yourself in virtual reality soundscapes from across Japan.

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Sport in the Cold War

Sport in the Cold War

Professor Chris Young of MML, with colleagues from UC San Diego and the Woodrow Wilson Center, explores performance-enhancing drugs in Cold War era sport.

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“Stains / Les Taches”: Cambridge French Graduate Conference call for papers

“Stains / Les Taches”: Cambridge French Graduate Conference call for papers

The Cambridge French Graduate Conference, organised by and for postgraduate students from Cambridge and around the world, will be held on Friday 27 and Saturday 28 May. The Conference is currently accepting submissions for papers on the theme of “stains” in French literature and culture.

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Stalin's Playlist: Russian music and nationalism

Stalin's Playlist: Russian music and nationalism

Professor Marina Frolova-Walker of the Faculty of Music discusses Stalin, Russian music and nationalism.

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A pilgrimage for art lovers: the Stations of the Cross come to London

A pilgrimage for art lovers: the Stations of the Cross come to London

A unique new exhibition from the University of Cambridge and King's College London, held in 14 locations across London, will use works of art to tell the iconic story of Jesus’ crucifixion in a new way this Easter, for people of all faiths and none.

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Music Professor honoured by American Musicological Society and Medieval Academy of America

Music Professor honoured by American Musicological Society and Medieval Academy of America

Susan Rankin has been honoured for her notable contribution to the field of Medieval Studies by being made a Corresponding Fellow of the Medieval Academy of America. The new Fellows and Corresponding Fellows will be officially inducted during the upcoming Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy in Boston.

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The Future of Intelligence: Cambridge secures £10 million Leverhulme grant for new research centre

The Future of Intelligence: Cambridge secures £10 million Leverhulme grant for new research centre

The University of Cambridge is launching a new research centre, thanks to a £10 million grant from the Leverhulme Trust, to explore the opportunities and challenges to humanity from the development of artificial intelligence.

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The Future of the Professions

David and Richard Susskins will talk about their latest book, The Future of the Professions, on February 23rd at CRASSH.

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New book explores how articulating language is humans' greatest gift

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.

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Speaking my language? Translation and the periphery

Speaking my language? Translation and the periphery

A panel discussion at the University of Cambridge on 17 February will examine the impact of translation and language on marginalised communities in the UK and worldwide.

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The University’s IT Services – in one easy to find location

The University’s IT Services – in one easy to find location

Have you accessed the University IT Service Catalogue yet? With a new design and URL, the Service Catalogue will be coming to you soon.

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