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Centres

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The Faculty is home to a number of centres and research initiatives, and also supports a range of projects across the University and further afield.

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Centre for Film and Screen

The Centre for Film and Screen is the home for the University’s activities in Film and Screen Studies, including its MPhil and PhD programmes, as well its research seminars and other events.


The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH)

CRASSH is a major international centre for interdisciplinary, collaborative research in the arts, social sciences and humanities.


The Centre of Latin American Studies (CLAS)

CLAS acts as a facilitator and promoter of research and research-led teaching on Latin America in the major arts, humanities and social science disciplines throughout the University.


> Cambridge Language Sciences

Cambridge Language Sciences aims to strengthen research collaborations and knowledge transfer across disciplines in order to address large-scale multi-disciplinary research challenges relating to language research. 


Cambridge Italian Research Network

CIRN (Cambridge Italian Research Network) is an interdisciplinary network which brings together researchers in all the arts, humanities and social sciences faculties working in Italy or Italian-related fields. It is currently coordinated by researchers in Italian, History and History of Art.


The Cambridge Centre for Greek Studies

The Cambridge Centre for Greek Studies (CCGS) is a virtual Centre for researchers interested in the study of Greek culture from a synchronic and a diachronic perspective.
The Centre supports and enhances the study of the Modern, Medieval and Classical Greek worlds from every possible angle: linguistic, historical, literary, artistic, architectural, philosophical and anthropological. Building on Cambridge’s historic strengths in modern Greek language and literature (in the Faculty of Modern and Mediaeval Languages) and ancient Greek culture as a whole (in the Faculty of Classics), and on the University’s deep-rooted commitment to Classical Reception, it aims to create a hub for the very best teaching and research in Greek across time and space.