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Dr Maite Conde contributes to Geopoliticas: revista de estudios sobre espacio y poder

Dr Maide Conde has published the article, 'Brazil in the Time of Coronavirus,' in the journal Geopoliticas: revista de estudios sobre espacio y poder .

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Hannah Shakespeare

Recent graduate wins prestigious Ann Waterfall Award

Congratulations to recent graduate Hannah Shakespeare, winner of the prestigious Ann Waterfall Award for best student of Portuguese in the UK.

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Prof. Sarah Colvin selected as Senior Fellow 2020 by Bayreuth Humboldt Centre

We are proud to announce that Prof. Sarah Colvin has been selected as one of the 2020 Senior Fellows for the University of Bayreuth Centre of International Excellence "Alexander von Humboldt".

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Prof. Anna Korhonen's project 'Enabling Multilingual Conversational AI' awarded ERC Proof of Concept Grant

Congratulations to Prof. Anna Korhonen and her team at the Cambridge Language Technology Laboratory (LTL) on being awarded a European Research Council Proof of Concept grant for their project, 'Enabling Multilingual Conversational AI'.

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FAQs for MMLL students planning their Year Abroad (Part IB)

The Faculty recognises that this is an anxious and uncertain time for Part IB students planning their Year Abroad. Here are some commonly asked questions about Year Abroad planning in light of the coronavirus outbreak.

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Year Abroad FAQs in Response to COVID-19 Disruption

Questions and answers for current year abroad students who have had their course of study disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak.

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COVID-19 Undergraduate Examination Arrangements in MMLL

Please read this article carefully in conjunction with the University announcement about examinations.

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Human Time Interdisciplinary Workshop

Human Time: An interdisciplinary workshop on the metaphysics, psychology, semantics and pragmatics of time. Join us for this exciting event on 3 April 2020.

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Maria Stepanova in Cambridge 2020

Maria Stepanova in Cambridge 2020

During February and March 2020 poet, essayist and novelist Maria Stepanova will be at Cambridge University as Visiting Bye-Fellow at Selwyn College. Maria Stepanova is a poet, essayist and journalist. She has published over ten collections of poetry in Russian, and several books of essay and criticism. Her most recent...

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RReich

Dr Reich wins prestigious book prize

Proud to announce that Dr Rebecca Reich has won the prize for Best First Book, awarded by the American Association for the Teaching of Slavic and East European Languages.

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