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Covid-19: Course Programmes and Teaching in 2020-21

Due to the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic and government guidance, we have had to make some changes to the programme in order to mitigate against risks to health and to give you the best possible academic experience in the circumstances. There will be no changes to the course structure. Modes of teaching (online or in-...

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Call for Applications - British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships

The Faculty welcomes applications for British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships.

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Dr Emma Gilby featured in Psyche Magazine

Dr Gilby has published the article, 'Access to the arts is a human right, for prisoners as for students', in Psyche Magazine.

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Language Practices and Policies in a Post-Colonial Setting: The Case of Guinea-Bissau

Jacqueline Rowe, a recent graduate in linguistics from MMLL, reflects on the complexity of post-colonial language policy based on her fieldwork in Guinea-Bissau.

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Towards a national languages strategy: Education and Skills

The British Academy, working with the Arts and Humanities Research Council, the Association of School and College Leaders, the British Council and Universities UK, presents proposals for the education and skills component of a UK-wide national languages strategy.

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Languages Change Lives

Research group Multilingualism: Empowering Individuals, Transforming Societies (MEITS) has published a booklet which outlines some of the many ways learning a language can change your life for the better.

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University of Cambridge Festival of Wellbeing

Join in the virtual Festival of Wellbeing 2020, running from 22-26 June.

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Cambridge Languages & Linguistics Ranked Top in 2021 League Tables

The Complete University Guide has published the 2021 League Tables, with French, Italian, German, Iberian languages, Linguistics, and Russian & East European Languages at Cambridge ranking first in the subjects.

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Dr Mark Chinca

Dr Mark Chinca publishes new book

Dr Mark Chinca of MMLL German has a new book coming out entitled, 'Meditating Death in Medieval and Early Modern Devotional Writing: from Bonaventure to Luther.' The book is set to be published 10 June.

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Researcher Profile: Mandy Wigdorowitz

Ahead of the 18 June Cambridge Language Sciences Symposium for Early-Career Researchers, we will be highlighting the work of MMLL researchers who are participating in the event.

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