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Read more at: Information about teaching delivery in Michaelmas Term 2021

Information about teaching delivery in Michaelmas Term 2021

Information about teaching delivery in Michaelmas Term 2021 We are very much looking forward to welcoming all current and prospective students to the MMLL Faculty in October. You should have received an email from the Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education, Prof Graham Virgo, on 30th July, setting out the University’s plans for...


Read more at: Prof. Ianthi Tsimpli elected as a Fellow of British Academy

Prof. Ianthi Tsimpli elected as a Fellow of British Academy

We are delighted to announce that Prof. Ianthi Tsimpli (TAL and incoming co-Chair of Faculty) has been elected as a Fellow of British Academy. Many congratulations to Ianthi from all of us in the Faculty for this outstanding achievement. ( https://www.thebritishacademy.ac.uk/news/the-british-academy-elects-84-new-fellows-...


Read more at: Asociación de Jóvenes Investigadores de la Literatura Hispánica (Asociación ALEPH)'s XVIII International Conference

Asociación de Jóvenes Investigadores de la Literatura Hispánica (Asociación ALEPH)'s XVIII International Conference

We are thrilled to announce that postgraduate students Carlos Iglesias Crespo and Sergio Martínez Rey will organise the Asociación de Jóvenes Investigadores de la Literatura Hispánica (Asociación ALEPH)'s XVIII International Conference, which will take place in Cambridge in August 2022 under the title 'Formas de pensar el...


Read more at: New book co-edited by Dr Miranda Griffin

New book co-edited by Dr Miranda Griffin

We are pleased to share that the book co-edited by Dr Miranda Griffin, 'The Futures of Medieval French', has just been published.


Read more at: Tiarks scholarship awardee won the Postgraduate Prize of the British Association of Jewish Studies

Tiarks scholarship awardee won the Postgraduate Prize of the British Association of Jewish Studies

Congratulations to Martin Lindner on the award of the Postgraduate Prize of the British Association of Jewish Studies for an essay on works by Anna Mitgutsch and Doron Rabinovici. Martin completed the ELAC MPhil this year, with a focus on German and supported by a Tiarks Scholarship.


Read more at: June Creative Challenge

June Creative Challenge

Join in on the MMLL Green Team creative challenge! Deadline for submissions is 12th July.


Read more at: Slavonic Studies: Virtual Outreach Event for Years 11 & 12

Slavonic Studies: Virtual Outreach Event for Years 11 & 12

Students in Years 11 and 12 are invited to join Cambridge Slavonic Studies for a virtual taster day. This online event is free but please book your place in advance.


Read more at: Professor Abigail Brundin appointed next Director of the British School at Rome

Professor Abigail Brundin appointed next Director of the British School at Rome

The Faculty and the Italian Section are delighted to congratulate Professor Abigail Brundin on her appointment as the next Director and first female Director of the British School at Rome , a leading international research academy in the humanities and the arts based in Rome.


Read more at: Professor Adam Ledgeway elected to Academia Europaea

Professor Adam Ledgeway elected to Academia Europaea

The Faculty is happy to announce that Professor Adam Ledgeway has recently been elected to the Academia Europaea.


Read more at: Alumnus' book publication

Alumnus' book publication

Congratulations to our alumnus - Tom Zille for the publication of his book 'Christian Felix Weiße the Translator. Cultural Transfer and Literary Entrepreneurship in the Enlightenment.' The book explores the singularly extensive output of Enlightenment translator, Christian Felix Weiße. Originated as an Optional...