Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships 2022: scheme now open

The Faculty of English and Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic welcome applications from potential applicants for the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship Scheme 2022. The Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship (ECF) is a highly prestigious and competitive, post-doctoral award for researchers who are near the start of their career. The Leverhulme Trust awards approximately 100 three-year […]

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Are you thinking of applying to @Cambridge_Uni to study English? Registration now open for September Open Days, including course presentation, live Q&A and chat

The next Cambridge Virtual Open Days will take place on 13-26 September 2021.  The programme of events for English is as follows: Course presentation and sample lecture (pre-recorded): available 13-26 September Live Q&A webinar: 16 September, 1pm-1.40pm Live chat: 16 September, 2pm-3pm For further information and to sign up to live sessions: https://www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/events/cambridge-open-days/programme  

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John Kinsella and Tracy Ryan Prize Winners Announced

Churchill College has announced the winners of the 2021 John Kinsella and Tracy Ryan Poetry Prize and Other Prize: Poetry Prize Winner: Talin Tahajian, for her poem ‘New Year Poem’ ‘Other’ Drama Prize Winner: Chakira Alin, for her play ‘Heroes’ ‘Other’ Drama Prize Runner-up: Joe Venable, for his play ‘Rapture’. Talin Tahajian is a Postgraduate […]

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The recording of ‘From Rhodes to Churchill: Empire, Race and Commemoration’ hosted by the Postcolonial and Related Literatures Seminar, is now available

‘From Rhodes to Churchill: Empire, Race and Commemoration’ A panel discussion with Nadine Batchelor-Hunt, Ruth Ramsden-Karelse, Alex von Tunzelmann and Gary Younge, chaired by Priyamvada Gopal. Hosted by the Postcolonial and Related Literatures Seminar, Faculty of English, University of Cambridge Link to further information and the recording  

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