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Read more at: Natasha Franklin: In Memoriam

Natasha Franklin: In Memoriam

It is with profound sadness that we in the Slavonic Studies Section announce the death of our beloved Natasha Franklin on Thursday 25th February 2021.


Read more at: The Anthony Cross Essay Prize in Russian Studies 2021
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The Anthony Cross Essay Prize in Russian Studies 2021

Fitzwilliam College is pleased to announce the annual competition for the Anthony Cross Essay Prize in Russian Studies . It is open to students in Year 12 or the Lower 6th . The prize is intended to encourage students with an interest in history, languages, or literature to consider undertaking university studies in...


Read more at: PhD student Annalisa Nicholson featured in The Guardian
Three royal mistresses lounging in a salon.

PhD student Annalisa Nicholson featured in The Guardian

We are happy to share that PhD student, Annalisa Nicholson, has an excellent interview in the Guardian about her research on the seventeenth-century salon of Hortense Mancini.


Read more at: Save the date - MMLL Virtual Open Day to be held 9th April

Save the date - MMLL Virtual Open Day to be held 9th April

We are happy to share that the MMLL Virtual Open Day event will be held Friday 9th April.


Read more at: French Influence on Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature with Damiano Rebecchini and Hilde Hoogenboom.
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French Influence on Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature with Damiano Rebecchini and Hilde Hoogenboom.

Slavonic Studies presents ' French Influence on Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature ' with Damiano Rebecchini and Hilde Hoogenboom . This event will explore how Russian literature in the nineteenth century was shaped by European novels. The two presentations will focus on the bestselling French writers Paul de Kock and...


Read more at: Polish Café - Lent Term
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Polish Café - Lent Term

Come along to a fun, informal, virtual gathering! Speak Polish with native speakers and fellow students at the Polish Café . Join us for this fantastic event hosted by Slavonic Studies and designed for students of all levels. When : Friday 12 March 2021 at 17:00 Where : Online - Meeting ID : 921 0282 7370| Passcode ...


Read more at: Pathways to Global Education Work

Pathways to Global Education Work

Join us virtually on 20 February 2021 to hear MMLL alumnae talk about their experiences teaching worldwide, working for NGOs and pursuing graduate studies.


Read more at: Bridget Kendall, Master of Peterhouse, wins CIO Linguists David Crystal Award

Bridget Kendall, Master of Peterhouse, wins CIO Linguists David Crystal Award

Upon receiving her award, Kendall said, 'Learning Russian opened doors to incredibly rewarding life and career opportunities.'


Read more at: An Evolution of Joseph Brodsky’s Collaborative (Self)Translation with Natasha Rulyova
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An Evolution of Joseph Brodsky’s Collaborative (Self)Translation with Natasha Rulyova

Slavonic Studies presents a seminar on 'An Evolution of Joseph Brodsky’s Collaborative (Self)Translation: from remote control via combative collaboration towards self-translation and creative writing' with Natasha Rulyova. On 23 February 2021 at 17:30 (GMT) join this free online event. Register via the link below: Zoom...


Read more at: Cambridge Ukrainian Studies presents - Anton Lapov - East-Ukrainian Complex: Donbas Media Art, 1990-2020
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Cambridge Ukrainian Studies presents - Anton Lapov - East-Ukrainian Complex: Donbas Media Art, 1990-2020

Please join us! On 09th February 2021 at 18:00 (GMT) Cambridge Ukrainian Studies launches the 2021 Lent Term Webinar Series with guest speaker Anton Lapov, an artist musician, independent curator and museologist from Luhansk/Kyiv, Ukraine, who will speak about his own oeuvre and about media art produced in Eastern Ukraine...