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Read more at: Applications Open for Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme 2021-22

Applications Open for Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme 2021-22

The Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics welcomes applications from potential applicants for the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme 2021-22.


Read more at: Cambridge Slavonic Studies presents: A lecture from Catriona Kelly: 'Future-Proofing History: Films about the Past in the Brezhnev Era'
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Cambridge Slavonic Studies presents: A lecture from Catriona Kelly: 'Future-Proofing History: Films about the Past in the Brezhnev Era'

Cambridge Slavonic Studies presents: A lecture from Catriona Kelly: 'Future-Proofing History: Films about the Past in the Brezhnev Era' On: 04th November 2021 at 17:15(GMT) in William Mong Hall , Sidney Sussex


Read more at: Natasha Dangoor publishes work in Le Monde during internship

Natasha Dangoor publishes work in Le Monde during internship

We're proud to share that current Part II student, Natasha Dangoor, published two articles during her time interning at the French newspaper Le Monde over the summer.


Read more at: 'Inventing an Aesthetics of Anti-Racism: African Americans in Early Soviet Visual Culture' A lecture by Christina Kiaer (Northwestern University)

'Inventing an Aesthetics of Anti-Racism: African Americans in Early Soviet Visual Culture' A lecture by Christina Kiaer (Northwestern University)

Organised by the Departments of Slavonic Studies and History of Art, with the collaboration of the Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies, The Centre for Visual Culture and the Cambridge Courtauld Russian Art Centre: A lecture by Christina Kiaer (Northwestern University) Inventing an Aesthetics of Anti-...


Read more at: Doctoral Dissertation Won Wolf-Erich-Kellner-Prize

Doctoral Dissertation Won Wolf-Erich-Kellner-Prize

Congratulations to Margarete Tiessen whose doctoral dissertation, entitled ‘Creating Liberal Germany from Empire to Exile: The Fischer Circle, 1908-1950’ and supervised by Professor Joachim Whaley from 2016 to 2020, won this year's Wolf-Erich-Kellner-Prize, administered by the prestigious Friedrich-Naumann-Foundation for...


Read more at: A Glossary of the Norman Language in the Channel Islands

A Glossary of the Norman Language in the Channel Islands

Professor Jones’s work has been receiving great interest in the media in Guernsey and Jersey. It has recently been featured in The Jersey Evening Post, and she has been interviewed on Radio Guernsey.


Read more at: About Language & AI: an interview with Linda Gerlach

About Language & AI: an interview with Linda Gerlach

Interview with Linda Gerlach, PhD student in forensic phonetics at the University of Cambridge Phonetics Laboratory, supervised by Kirsty McDougall


Read more at: Cambridge academics win British Academy award

Cambridge academics win British Academy award

Happy to share the exciting news that The Gersum Project , which investigated Scandinavian influence on the English language, has been awarded the 2021 Sir Israel Gollancz Prize. We would particularly like to highlight the support during the trial research phase carried out by MMLL librarian Matthias Ammon.


Read more at: Cambridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminars

Cambridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminars

Speaker: Dr Joanna Page, University of Cambridge Title: Expeditions through Time along the Río Paraná: Decolonial Perspectives on Environmental Change Date: Wednesday, 13th October Time: 5pm Venue: Zoom Abstract: Expeditions through Time along the Río Paraná: Decolonial Perspectives on Environmental Change The German...


Read more at: Dr Jean Khalfa interviews Fanon film-makers

Dr Jean Khalfa interviews Fanon film-makers

In connection with the display of their video trilogy, Finding Fanon , as part of the Kettle’s yard exhibition, Untitled: Art on the Conditions of Our Time , artists Larry Achiampong and David Blandy were in conversation with leading Fanon scholar Dr Jean Khalfa, of the French Section.