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Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics


21st French Graduate Conference at the University of Cambridge

On 23-24 April, Newnham College will host the 21st French Graduate Conference. There is now a call for papers for this conference, due 30 November.

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Professor Wendy Ayres-Bennett

Pop-Up World of Languages

With language learning in decline in the UK, Professor Wendy Ayres-Bennett, MEITS project leader, approaches the subject creatively. Don't miss out on the first UK pop-up museum of languages, running in Cambridge through Sunday 27 October!

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MMLL Annual Faculty Lecture 2019

MMLL Annual Lecture 2019

We are pleased to announce that the MMLL Annual Lecture, "French Studies in Cambridge - Past, Present, and Future," will be given by Professor Michael Moriarty. This event will be held at Peterhouse on Thursday 24 October - be sure to book your tickets today!

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MMLL in the 2019 Festival of Ideas

As always, MMLL is taking part in the Festival of Ideas and has several exciting talks and events for all to enjoy across language sections. The festival begins today, 14 October, and will run through Sunday 27 October. Book your place for our events today!

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New Faculty name

On 1 October 2019, our Faculty name will change. In order to reflect more fully the range of our activity, we will become the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics.

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Serena Chair of Italian

Marking the Centenary of the Serena Chair of Italian

The Italian section is hosting a reception to celebrate the centenary of the establishment of the Serena Chair of Italian in Cambridge.

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University of Cambridge 21st French Graduate Conference 23–24 April 2020,

University of Cambridge 21st French Graduate Conference 23–24 April 2020, Newnham College, Cambridge Call for papers: RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE Confirmed keynote speakers: Assa Traoré (activist and author), Dr Elliot Evans (University of Birmingham) The past decade has been characterised by revolt: at its beginning, young...

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The Sacred Home in Renaissance Italy

Congratulations to Dr Abigail Brundin, winner of the Bainton History Theology Prize

We are proud to announce that Dr Abigail Brundin has just won the Bainton History/Theology Prize for her book, 'The Sacred Home in Renaissance Italy.'

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The Russian Graphosphere

The Russian Graphosphere, 1450-1850, by Dr Simon Franklin

We are proud to share that Professor Simon Franklin of Slavonic Studies has recently published the book, The Russian Graphosphere, 1450-1850.

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Descartes's Fictions

Descartes's Fictions, by Dr Emma Gilby

We are pleased to share that Dr Emma Gilby, University Senior Lecturer in French , has recently published the book, Descartes's Fictions.

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