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Interdisciplinary and Strategic Research

Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics

 

Centre of Latin American Studies

The Centre of Latin American Studies (CLAS) acts as a facilitator and promoter of research and research-led teaching on Latin America in the major arts, humanities and social science disciplines throughout the University. CLAS provides a synergistic, supportive research community of staff, postgraduate students, and external visitors, and each year funds or contributes part funding towards several conferences, symposia, seminars, visiting researchers, film screenings and art exhibitions. Five Modern Languages colleagues (Boldy, Kantaris, O'Bryen, Page, Segre) work actively with the Centre, have organized conferences or symposia with the Centre’s financial and logistical support within the census period, and supervise PhD research in the Centre.

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News and Research Opportunities

Simon Franklin's book, The Russian Graphosphere, awarded prestigious book prize.

19 November 2020

The Slavonic Section are delighted to congratulate Simon Franklin on his newest book, The Russian Graphosphere, 1450-1850 (Cambridge University Press, 2019), being awarded the prestigious University of Southern California Book Prize in Literary and Cultural Studies.

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships 2021

17 November 2020

The Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics welcomes applications from potential applicants for the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme 2021. The scheme provides prestigious three-year fellowships awards for researchers who are near the start of their post-doctoral career. Leverhulme specify that all...

Updated Call for Applications - British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships

22 July 2020

The Faculty welcomes applications for British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships.

Cambridge University article features research of Dr Rebecca Reich

29 April 2019

Fantastic piece showcasing Dr Rebecca Reich's recent publication, 'State of Madness: Psychiatry, Literature and Dissent after Stalin'.

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