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Subject Groups

The teaching and academic affairs of the Faculty are organised around eight Subject Groups, organised by period, geography and methodology.

All historians (University Teaching Officers, College Teaching Officers, Research Fellows, post-doctoral Fellows and others by invitation) belong to at least one Subject Group. The membership of some groups overlaps.

Many subject group members are involved in research projects.

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Berlin show curated by Cambridge historian turns into blockbuster exhibition

May 14, 2019

The exhibition in Berlin’s Nationalgalerie, Emil Nolde – a German Legend. The Artist during the Third Reich – based on the research of Dr. Bernhard Fulda, Chatong So Fellow and Director of Studies in History at Sidney Sussex College and Affiliated Lecturer in Modern European History at the University of Cambridge – is attracting record crowds: four weeks after its opening, over 35.000 visitors have already seen the show.

Legacies of slavery research project

May 09, 2019

The History Faculty welcomes the opening up of a debate on the legacies of slavery for the University of Cambridge.

PhD student awarded Urban Studies Prize

Apr 24, 2019

Chris Morash has been awarded a prize by the British Association for Canadian Studies (BACS).

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Purpose, power and profit: feminist ethical enterprise and cultural industries

Jul 12, 2019

Fellows Drawing Room, Murray Edwards College

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