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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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Roger Schofield, 1937-2019

Apr 10, 2019

The Faculty is saddened to learn of the death last night of Dr Roger Schofield, Emeritus Director of the Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure and Fellow of Clare College.

Dr Paul Warde receives the Joan Thirsk Memorial Prize

Apr 10, 2019

Paul Warde has received the Joan Thirsk Memorial Prize for the best book in British or Irish rural history of 2018 from the British Agricultural History Society, for his monograph, 'The Invention of Sustainability' (Cambridge University Press).

Prizes for economic historians

Apr 08, 2019

Dr Judy Stephenson and Mr Cheng Yang have both received awards at the 2019 Economic History Society Annual Conference.

Simone Maghenzani awarded a David Walker Memorial Fellowship

Mar 08, 2019

Dr Simone Maghenzani (Girton College) has been awarded a David Walker Memorial Fellowship in Early Modern History, Bodleian Library, 2019/20, to work on a project entitled: Converting Venice: English Networks and the Interdict Crisis

Cambridge doctoral student wins award

Mar 07, 2019

Bethan Johnson wins the Terrorism Research Award 2019 from the Centre for the Analysis of the Radical Right.

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