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Sara Dehvari
undergraduate
Studying History at Cambridge has given me the freedom to critically explore the peoples, movements and technologies that continue to shape the world today, under the guidance of the very best scholars who have helped me become a bolder writer and thinker.
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Natanim Fekadu
Natanim Fekadu
Undergraduate
History and Politics at Cambridge is a dynamic way to study both the past and the present. I study some of the most iconic events in history whilst also being equipped with the skills to consider their contemporary political influence.
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Martha Bevan
undergraduate
I've really enjoyed the variety of this course, and how different the perspectives of historians and linguists can be. However, both sides of the course still feed into one another, so it's the best of both worlds!

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The history of sexually transmitted diseases poses massive evidential problems. In our latest podcast, Simon Szreter turns to diaries, cartoons and probabilistic statistics to figure out the scale of the problem in eighteenth-century Britain. anchor.fm/economics-of-c… https://t.co/qKi6kkYIqj
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