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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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Cambridge PhD student wins Duncan Tanner Essay Prize

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The 'Progress of a Slogan': Youth, Culture, and the Shaping of Everyday Political Languages in late 1940s Britain.

Prof Eugenio Biagini is awarded a Leverhulme Fellowship

Jan 12, 2018

Religious minorities and the construction of democracy in twentieth-century Ireland.

New video about James Stirling and the Faculty of History

Dec 15, 2017

Completed in 1967 and opened in 1968, the History Faculty building by Sir James Stirling was one of the most controversial buildings in Cambridge

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