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Read more at: MMLL at the 2024 Cambridge Festival

MMLL at the 2024 Cambridge Festival

We have an exciting line-up of events on 14th, 17th and 19th March this year at the Cambridge Festival.


Read more at: Carlos Fonseca awarded the 2024 Anna Seghers Prize for promising young writers
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Carlos Fonseca awarded the 2024 Anna Seghers Prize for promising young writers

The Faculty is delighted to congratulate Dr Fonseca - novelist, critic and Spanish lecturer - on the award for young Latin American writers.


Read more at: The 2024 DH Green Lecture
DH Green Lecture

The 2024 DH Green Lecture

The German Section was delighted to welcome back Dr Simon Pickl, from the Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg, to give this year’s D H Green lecture.


Read more at: Teaching translation in the age of AI

Teaching translation in the age of AI

Join us for this workshop which will bring together experts in the field of translation pedagogy and/or AI to discuss developments in generative artificial intelligence and their potential applications in the teaching of translation.


Read more at: French Poetry Event at Trinity College
Beatrice Bonhomme

French Poetry Event at Trinity College

Please join us for an exceptional exhibition of the Trinity College French Poetry collection at the Wren Library, followed by a poetry reading by Béatrice Bonhomme.


Read more at: Dr Sura Qadiri awarded CRASSH Early Career Fellowship
Sura Qadiri

Dr Sura Qadiri awarded CRASSH Early Career Fellowship

We are proud to share that Dr Sura Qadiri has been awarded a CRASSH Early Career Fellowship to work on her current book manuscript, Postsecular Poetics: Reading Religion in French and Francophone Literature.


Read more at: Professor Rory Finnin Wins European Studies Book Prize
Laura Shannon Book Prize

Professor Rory Finnin Wins European Studies Book Prize

Professor Rory Finnin has won the 2024 Laura Shannon Prize, one of the leading book prizes in the field of European studies. It is awarded each year to the best book that transcends a focus on any one country, state, or people to stimulate new ways of thinking about contemporary Europe as a whole.


Read more at: Onyeka Igwe: Filmmaker in Residence 2024
Onyeka Igwe

Onyeka Igwe: Filmmaker in Residence 2024

We are pleased to share that Cambridge Film and Screen will be hosting the British-Nigerian moving image artist and researcher Onyeka Igwe as its Filmmaker in Residence for 2024.


Read more at: Ninety Year 12/13 students attend German Study Day

Ninety Year 12/13 students attend German Study Day

On Saturday January 27th, Professor Silke Mentchen joined colleagues from Kings' College London, Bristol University and Leeds University as well as a team of teachers from St Paul's School for Girls for a German Study Day. Year 12 and Year 13 students (approx. 90 students in total) from 19 different schools, including both...


Read more at: February 5: A German Railway Worker Decides, 1933–2022
Esther Dischereit

February 5: A German Railway Worker Decides, 1933–2022

All are warmly invited to the annual collaboration of the Cambridge German Graduate Research Seminar and Section Research Colloquium, who are joining together this Lent term to welcome the distinguished writer Esther Dischereit to Cambridge for a reading and discussion (in English) about her current exhibition on Fritz Kittel