Thomas Gray among the Disciplines: A Workshop, 30th July 2021

A multidisciplinary workshop exploring Thomas Gray’s scholarship will take place on Zoom on the 250th anniversary of his death, 30th July 2021. Outline and Schedule: https://www.english.cam.ac.uk/research/eighteenth/?page_id=1075 Eventbrite registration for the Zoom link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/thomas-gray-among-the-disciplines-tickets-157759618265

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Find out about Faculty of English Virtual Undergraduate Open Days in 2021

Cambridge Virtual Undergraduate Open Days take place 5-18 July 2021 and allow prospective applicants from Year 12 (or equivalent) to find out about the University and Colleges from pre-recorded presentations about courses, the Colleges and departments, the application process, student life, and finance. There is also the opportunity to ask current students and staff questions […]

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Faculty members win Student-led teaching Awards 2021

The Faculty congratulates Kasia Boddy on her prize for ‘Postgraduate Research Supervisor’, and David Clifford on his prize for ‘Student Support by a Member of Academic Staff’.  See https://www.cambridgesu.co.uk/news/article/jobs/Student-Led-Teaching-Awards-Winners-announced/  

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Dr Mathelinda Nabugodi organises ‘Creative, Critical, Editing: A Virtual Symposium’ at IES, University of London, Thursday 22 April and Friday 30 April 2021

Thursday 22 April 2021, 17:00-18:30 and Friday 30 April 2021, 11:00-12:30, 14:00-15:30 Creative critical approaches are having a growing impact on how we do research in the humanities – from practice-based work in art, drama and performance, to creative writing, visible and interventionist modes of translation and annotation, autoethnography and experimental ways of curating archival […]

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Join us for the first spring meeting of the Centre for John Clare Studies, Tuesday 13 April, 1pm: Poet and former Fenland Poet Laureate Kate Caoimhe Arthur will read poems and discuss how John Clare’s vision of landscape has inspired her work with Fine Art Print Maker Iona Howard

Please join us for the first spring meeting of the Centre for John Clare Studies Tuesday, 13th April, 1-2pm. Poet and former Fenland Poet Laureate Kate Caoimhe Arthur will read poems and discuss how John Clare’s vision of landscape has inspired her work with Fine Art Print Maker Iona Howard. Kate Caoimhe Arthur is from […]

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