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Read more at: Applications open for Fairlie-Hutchinson Research Fellowship in French

Applications open for Fairlie-Hutchinson Research Fellowship in French

Girton College invites applications for the Fairlie—Hutchinson Research Fellowship in French.


Read more at: Cambridge British-Polish Cultural Symposium
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Cambridge British-Polish Cultural Symposium

A one-day symposium exploring British-Polish cultural and historical connections over the past 100 years.


Read more at: Mark Chinca on BBC R4 In Our Time on Thursday 1 December

Mark Chinca on BBC R4 In Our Time on Thursday 1 December

Prof Mark Chinca will be one of Melvyn Bragg’s guests on BBC Radio 4 In Our Time this Thursday at 9:00am, when the programme will be discussing medieval Germany’s most famous and notorious epic, the Nibelungenlied. Listen online here .


Read more at: Diversity in French and Francophone Studies: a CPD workshop series for teachers

Diversity in French and Francophone Studies: a CPD workshop series for teachers

Join us on 23 November for workshop, 'Writing Contemporary France' with Dr Sura Qadiri.


Read more at: 'Rethinking Slavonic Studies' lecture series event

'Rethinking Slavonic Studies' lecture series event

Join us on 23 November as Emily Greble presents, 'The Centre at the Periphery: Rethinking Slavonic Studies through Muslim Narratives'.


Read more at: Campridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminar on 9th November
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Campridge Hispanic and Lusophone Research Seminar on 9th November

Please join us on Wednesday 9th November at 5pm for the Open Seminar, 'Schmitt, Glissant, Mouffe: Latinx, Islands, Films'.


Read more at: PhD Student Awarded Naomi Schor Memorial Prize

PhD Student Awarded Naomi Schor Memorial Prize

We are proud to announce that Isabel Maloney, PhD student in MMLL French, has just been awarded the Naomi Schor Memorial Prize.


Read more at: Former student wins top prize from English Goethe Society
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Former student wins top prize from English Goethe Society

We are delighted to announce that Helena de Guise, one of last year’s Part II students, has won the Thomas Mann Prize of the English Goethe Society.


Read more at: Professor Helena Sanson publishes new book: Women and Translation in the Italian Tradition (Paris, Classiques Garnier, 2022, 449 pp.)
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Professor Helena Sanson publishes new book: Women and Translation in the Italian Tradition (Paris, Classiques Garnier, 2022, 449 pp.)

The Italian Section is delighted to announce the publication of a new edited volume by Professor Helena Sanson, Women and Translation in the Italian Tradition (Paris, Classiques Garnier, 2022, 449 pp.).


Read more at: Interview with Dacia Maraini
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Interview with Dacia Maraini

To celebrate the 22nd 'Week of the Italian Language in the World' (17-23 October) - focusing this year on 'Italian and the Youth' - the Italian Section in the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics at Cambridge is delighted to share the undergraduate students' video interview with celebrated writer Dacia Maraini.