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The School of Arts and Humanities is a diverse community of academics, students and staff from across all of our related subjects. Cambridge’s reputation for excellence in the Arts and Humanities rests upon our outstanding teaching and our world-class research. The Faculties and Departments of the School support scholars who are leading authorities in their fields, and are home to innovative and collaborative research projects which continue to push the boundaries of our knowledge and refine how we think and see the world.

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  • Epic of Civil War in Lucan, Statius and Silius Italicus 

    Pontiggia, Ludovico
    This dissertation explores the interaction between the theme of civil war and the epic genre. The focus is on three Latin epic poems composed in the mid-late first century AD: Lucan’s Pharsalia, Statius’ Thebaid and Silius’ ...
  • Religious intellectual encounters between Byzantium and the Ottomans in the fourteenth century: The Case of Gregory Palamas 

    Katafylis, Evangelos (2020-04-28)
    During the fourteenth century, the Ottoman military expansion in the Byzantine territories of Asia Minor marked a new era of broad interaction and cooperation between the two populations. Genuine efforts were made both by ...
  • Policy Briefing on Languages, Business, Trade and Innovation 

    Bennett, Wendy; Carruthers, Janice (2020-07-01)
    In this Briefing we highlight key messages from these sectors around the importance of having high-level language and intercultural skills in the workforce and we make a series of recommendations designed to support the ...
  • The Value of Languages 

    Bennett, Wendy
    Policy document from Cambridge Public Policy SRI. A report of a workshop held in Cambridge in October 2015 to discuss current deficiencies in UK language policy, to put forward proposals to address these, and to illustrate ...

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