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Austrian cinema symposium winner

Austrian Cinema essay prize won by MML Graduate Student

At the culmination of the successful Picturing Austrian Cinema Symposium, PhD student Rafael Dernbach was presented with the inaugural Austrian Film Institute Essay Prize by filmmaker Michael Haneke.

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MML Faculty rep election 2018

Elections for Faculty Board representatives are to be held from midday on Thursday 18 October to midday on Friday 19 October.

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MML annual lecture

MML and Linguistics events at the Festival of Ideas

The Festival of Ideas will take place 15-28 October. Please click here to see the list of events related to MML and Linguistics.

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Sykes Postgraduate Research Studentship

The Italian Section is pleased to announce a new round of studentships for postgraduate research for entry in 2019/20. Further details can be found here

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Mari Jones

Prof. Mari Jones invited to first ever Fête du Jèrriais festival

As part of her ongoing work to keep alive the Norman French spoken in the Channel Islands, Professor Mari Jones has been invited to take part in the first ever Fête du Jèrriais.

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The Ninth Cambridge Conference on Language Endangerment

The main aim of language revitalisation is to set an endangered language back ‘on its feet’. Revitalisation strategies may be developed and implemented by linguists, the State, language activists and the speakers themselves. This conference invites papers on issues relevant to language revitalisation.

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Happy End

Picturing Austrian Cinema Symposium

Michael Haneke, the director of the Vienna Film Academy, will be attending a special showing of his latest film Happy End at the Arts Picturehouse Cinema in Cambridge on 23rd September. The public Q&A with him will be led by Frederick Baker, Laura McMahon and J.D. Rhodes.

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Reich book

'State of Madness': Dr Rebecca Reich discusses her new book on Psychiatry, Literature, and Dissent after Stalin

Dr Rebecca Reich has discussed her new book, 'State of Madness: Psychiatry, Literature, and Dissent After Stalin', with Kimberly St. Julian-Varnon of the New Books in Russian & Eurasian Studies podcast.

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Dr Calbert Graham awarded grant from the Daiwa Foundation

Dr Calbert Graham has been awarded a grant from the Daiwa Foundation to pursue a project in machine learning for speech technology with collaborators in Japan.

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The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement

The Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement to be launched in October 2018

Information on the launch and first workshop of the University's new Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement.

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