The University of Cambridge is leading one of eleven new Doctoral Training Partnerships announced today by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
It may be a modern term, but information technology is as old as civilisation itself, and its impact on past societies was often just as profound. An ambitious project is tracing how such innovations created a complex graphic environment in Russia, during an earlier information age.
This term eminent thinkers from a broad range of fields will be contributing to a series of lectures with the theme Understanding Society. Taking place on every Tuesday from tomorrow (16 October), the talks will be held in the Lady Mitchell Hall and are open to the public.
Three Cambridge academics are among the thirty eight scholars elected Fellows of The British Academy this year, in recognition of their research achievements.