My fiance will be starting her masters at Cambridge in a few months and I wanted to learn more about the founding and history of the university to I turned to youtube and nothing came up so I decided to create my own bite sized documentary on the history of Cambridge and Oxford (Oxbridge). If I get positive feedback on this I might make some more. Sources (mostly from memory but also): Alan B. Cobban, English University Life in the Middle Ages. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1999. Stephen Ferruolo, The Origins of the University: The Schools of Paris and Their Critics, 1100–1215. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1998. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/20958/20958-h/20958-h.htm http://lollardsociety.org/pdfs/Rashdall_Universities_vol2pt2.pdf Approximate Script: To understand the founding of Oxford and Cambridge we need to understand what a university was at the intersection of the early middle ages and the high middle ages. In that period the concept of the university was very different from what it is today. Before universities arose individuals would either be tought at Monastic schools focused in rural monastaries or by wandering scholars. It is the second tradition that gave rise to the medivial university.
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FACT: If you drop the University of Cambridge, you can still eat it safely if you pick it up within three seconds. An Unfathomably Factual History of the University of Cambridge is Harvey Badger GCSE's new breakthrough documentary. Watch it now for 3 minutes for pure, unadulterated facts.
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The University of Cambridge, and the life of those who study there. Trivia: Several renowned academics appear in Cambridge. Sir Lawrence Bragg, in his capacity as Director of the Cavendish Laboratory, would play a part in the discovery of the structure of DNA in 1953. Historian George Trevelyan, had earlier been approached by the British Council to write the script for experimental film Magna Carta. Other seen in the film include Sir William Spens, composer Patrick Hadley, and Sir John Sheppard. Women appear throughout Cambridge and might seem to be ordinary members of the university, but this is not the case. Though women were allowed to study courses, sit exams, and gain degrees, they were not admitted as full members of the university until 1948. This film has been made available by the British Council Film Collection for non-commercial research and educational purposes . . The British Council Film Collection consists of 120 short documentaries made by the British Council during the 1940s designed to show the world how Britain lived, worked and played. View, download and play with the Collection at www.britishcouncil.org/film . CharlieDeanArchives - Archive footage from the 20th century making history come alive!
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Interested in studying History at Cambridge? Our short, informative film will tell you what it's like studying the subject at Caius, once of the largest and oldest colleges in the university. With a strong tradition in the subject, we offer world-class teaching across a wide range of specialist areas, and our large student cohort means you'll have plenty of fellow Historians in College. For more information, just contact our admissions tutors on email@example.com.
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Want to know more about studying at Oxford University? Watch this short film to hear tutors and students talk about this undergraduate degree. For more information on this course, please visit our website at https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/courses-listing/history
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Undergraduate students and staff talk about studying History and Modern Languages at the University of Cambridge. To find out more about this course, see https://www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk/courses/history-and-modern-languages
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The process of applying to Cambridge starts a bit earlier than for some other universities, and there are a few extra steps, but it isn't complicated, and you shouldn't let this put you off applying. Watch our short film for a step by step guide. Find out more at http://www.cam.ac.uk/apply/
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Some tips, information and anecdotes about studying history at university with Hannah and Ellie #hellie Ellie: https://twitter.com/elliewarmie TWITTER: https://twitter.com/hannahwitton BLOG: http://hannahwitton.com/ TUMBLR: http://hannahwitton.tumblr.com/ FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/hannahwittonofficial INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/hannahwitton GOOGLE PLUS: http://google.com/+HannahWittonofficial SUPPORT ME ON PATREON: http://www.patreon.com/hannahwitton Music 'Hackbeat' and 'Merry Go' by Kevin MacLeod www.incompetech.com Secret comment: "under the sea"
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DM me on Insta and Say Hey: https://www.instagram.com/joebinder96/ Here it is! A day in the life of a Cambridge University undergraduate student. I've tried a tonne of new shots / editing styles in this video, so definitely drop a comment below to let me know what you think of it. Also feel free to drop a like if you're feeling cheeky x What Equipment do I film with? Canon EOS 750D - https://amzn.to/2pZEo9R Canon EF 50 mm 1.8 STM Lens - https://amzn.to/2pYrXfv Filming Lights I use - https://amzn.to/2pZbeI9 My favourite book at the moment: The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life- https://amzn.to/2q0i67Y If you liked this video, check this one out: https://youtu.be/HlA9yW-RQ-I Inspo, as always, from Casey! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Social Media: Twitter: http://twitter.com/joebinder96 Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/joebinder96 Snapchat: JoeBinder258 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Business Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music: Epidemic Sound
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It was fun to make 8/11/2017 update- passed that test like a mf bat out of hell, bye crapio.
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The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education offers part-time and short courses for adults of all ages. Classes take place at beautiful Madingley Hall, a 16th-century manor house near Cambridge. Find out how you can achieve a new qualification, progress in your career, or pursue an academic passion.
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I interviewed some fellow Jesus College students about what life is like studying at the University of Cambridge and their application experiences. Here is the link to Emma's articles for The Cambridge Student magazine: https://www.tcs.cam.ac.uk/writer/4762-emma-drewett Here is the link to Astrid's article for The Cambridge Student magazine: https://www.tcs.cam.ac.uk/writer/4740-astrid-godfrey My name's Paige and I am in my first year studying Natural Sciences at the University of Cambridge. I am a member of Jesus College and make regular vlogs of my day to day life at uni, including lectures, supervisions, and social activities. Follow me on instagram: @_paige_y https://www.instagram.com/_paige_y/
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Lecture to second year undergraduate students at Cambridge University in 2001 by Alan Macfarlane on some aspects of the work of Karl Marx. For the background, downloadble version, readings etc. please see www.alanmacfarlane.com I have disabled the feed-back button because of a number of abusive and unpleasant comments (amongst much positive feed-back) I have received. Apologies to those who have constructive (whether positive or negative) comments to make. All revenue is donated to: http://www.oralliterature.org/
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Please note: Course content may have changed since this film was produced. Fine collections of works of art, well-stocked libraries and the spectacular architectural environment all on your doorstep mean studying History of Art at Cambridge is particularly rewarding. Our course covers a wide spectrum of art and architecture, from the medieval to modern periods. The aim is to foster a wide and deep understanding of art and architecture, and to help you develop visual literacy and awareness, as well as a range of critical and analytical skills. To find out more about History of Art at Cambridge, see http://www.study.cam.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/histart/. Some of the students who appear in our course films are also featured in the 60 Second Impressions series, which can be found at http://www.cam.ac.uk/60seconds/ - keep checking back as we'll be adding new films every couple of weeks!
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The '60 Second Impressions' are a series of one-minute films featuring current Cambridge undergraduate students . These students talk about what it's really like to study at Cambridge, live in a College, and take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Jono is in his final year at Cambridge studying History. In his 60 Second Impression, he talks about the academic support he has received from various members of staff, meeting other students and his passion for his subject. The full series of 60 Second Impressions can be found at http://www.cam.ac.uk/60seconds/ - keep checking back as we'll be adding new films every couple of weeks!
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Want to know more about studying at Oxford University? Watch this short film to hear tutors and students talk about this undergraduate degree. For more information on this course, please visit our website at https://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/courses-listing/history-and-politics
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The '60 Second Impressions' are a series of one-minute films featuring current Cambridge undergraduate students . These students talk about what it's really like to study at Cambridge, live in a College, and take part in a wide range of extra-curricular activities. Alexander is a mature student from Berlin, who is studying History of Art. In his 60 Second Impression, he talks about taking part in operas, organising a seminar series, and why he enjoys being at a mature students' College. To find out more about History of Art at Cambridge, see http://www.study.cam.ac.uk/undergraduate/courses/histart/. The full series of 60 Second Impressions can be found at http://www.cam.ac.uk/60seconds/ - keep checking back as we'll be adding new films every couple of weeks!
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In this film, we invited four successful applicants back to Cambridge to share their interview experiences. We asked experienced interviewers in four subject areas -- Geography, Human, Social and Political Sciences, Medicine and Natural Sciences (Physical) - to conduct a mock interview with each student. Footage from all four interviews is shown in the film, together with commentary from the interviewers in order to explain the interview process in more detail and give you a sense of what to expect when you come to Cambridge for interview. Find out more at www.cam.ac.uk/interviews
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Completed in 1967 and opened in 1968, the History Faculty building by Sir James Stirling was one of the most controversial buildings in Cambridge and one that was nearly razed to the ground in the 1980s. Fifty years since its completion, the building is now Grade 2 listed and seen by many as a masterpiece of post-war architecture by one of Britains leading architects; Sir James Stirling. This video looks at the moment leading up to the building of the History Faculty and the work of Sir James Stirling. Lord Richard Rogers talks about Stirling’s work at Cambridge and the influence it had on his generation of architects.
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Professor Philip Dwyer (www.newcastle.edu.au/profile/philip-dwyer) Director of the University of Newcastle's Centre for the History of Violence, discusses his international collaboration: The Cambridge World History of Violence. This world history will be the first in-depth global study of a vast array of violent human behaviours from prehistory right through to the modern world.
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SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/c/VicStefanu - Join me for a walking tour around this beautiful (and very historic) English city, one of my favorite places to come to and to walk around on a warm Saturdfay. Vic Stefanu, email@example.com
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Europe's history and civilisation: lecture by professor Allott Professor Philip Allott, of the University of Cambridge, gave a lunchtime seminar entitled "The EU and the Decline of European Civilisation" on Tuesday 7th May 2013 at the Faculty of Law as a guest of CELS (the Centre for European Legal Studies). Europe's history and civilisation: lecture by professor Allott Professor Allott has been a Fellow of Trinity College since 1973, and a member of the Cambridge University Law Faculty since 1976. From 1960 to 1973, he was a Legal Adviser in the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office and a member of HM Diplomatic Service. From 1965 to 1968, he was the Legal Adviser, British Military Government, Berlin. From 1972 to 1973, he was the first Legal Counsellor in the UK Permanent Representation to the European Communities, Brussels, at the time when the UK became a member of the European Communities. He had been a member of the London group of the British negotiating team in the UK's accession negotiations. He was Assistant Agent for the United Kingdom in the Northern Cameroons Case (Cameroon v, United Kingdom) in the International Court of Justice (1963-65). He was an Alternate Representative in the UK Delegation to the UN Law of the Sea Conference (1976-80). He was for some years a member of a group of five professors from different countries advising the then Head of the Legal Service of the European Commission on matters of International Law. He is a barrister (Gray's Inn). Professor Allott has been a visiting professor at various university Law Schools, especially in the United States. He was the first holder of the Bertha Wilson Distinguished Visiting Professorship in Human Rights, Dalhousie University, Canada (1992) and the first holder of the Ganshof van der Meersch Chair at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (1996). He is a member of the Hauser Global Law Faculty, New York University School of Law. He is a Fellow of the British Academy. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor) More info on: http://trin-hosts.trin.cam.ac.uk/fellows/philipallott/ Find me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/101008368651984597200 And on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoS2gqkLY6M88GUQgmnbKuA And subscribe on YouTube!: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoS2gqkLY6M88GUQgmnbKuA?sub_confirmation=1 Website: http://europeanunionexplained.blogspot.com
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Please see: https://youtu.be/I-1AESwLNq8 Want to know more about studying at Oxford University? Watch this short film to hear tutors and students talk about this undergraduate degree. For more information on this course, please visit our website at http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate_courses/courses/history_of_art/history_of_art.html
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The University of Cambridge in England, UK, was recently named one of the most beautiful places and cities in the world by Forbes Magazine. It is widely regarded by many people across the world as one of the places to see before you die. Here is a short guided tour of some of University of Cambridge's beautiful treasures and places of historical importance. Regardless of where in the world you are, Cambridge University has had a direct impact on your life in its 800+ years history.
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To mark the launch of the Cambridge History of Ireland publication. Speakers: President Michael D Higgins Professor Jane Ohlmeyer http://www.tcd.ie/ https://www.tcd.ie/news_events/articles/the-cambridge-history-of-ireland-a-landmark-survey-of-irish-history/8885 http://www.tcd.ie/trinitylongroomhub
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Cambridge University Press published its first book in 1584, making it the oldest publishing house in the world. Over the next four centuries the Press's reputation spread throughout Europe, based on excellence in scholarly publishing of academic texts, poetry, school books, prayer books and Bibles. Along the way Cambridge published ground-breaking works such as Newton's Principia Mathematica, Milton's Lycidas, Ernest Rutherford's Radio-activity, and Noam Chomsky's Language and Mind. In the 20th century Cambridge extended that influence to become a global publisher. Today Cambridge has over 50 offices across the globe, employs over 2,000 people, publishes over 50,000 titles by authors from over 100 countries, and is still growing, bringing thousands of subjects and millions of ideas to the world. Find out more: http://bit.ly/1PMaVES
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The clip shows a mock interview scripted by Ruth Tarrant to demonstrate weak answers by the candidate. There is considerable scope for improvement on this interview as shown in the 'Good mock interview' also produced as part of this mini-series. Ruth is a Graduate of Economics and Management from Oxford University and author of Friday Afternoon Economics (available from www.whsmith.co.uk). She is a Lecturer for the Open University and is an Educational Resources Consultant.
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The editors and authors of the Cambridge Economic HIstory of Modern Britain celebrate the launch of the Fourth Edition: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/the-cambridge-economic-history-of-modern-britain The fourth edition of The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Britain, edited by Sir Roderick Floud, Professor Jane Humphries and Professor Paul Johnson, has involved many leading economic historians in the UK, Europe and the USA, incorporating much new research. The new edition will be launched at Gresham College, beginning with a short lecture by Sir Andrew Dilnot, followed up by two presentations by other authors (one from Vol. 1 covering 1700-1870 and one from Vol. 2 covering 1870-2010). The transcript and downloadable versions of the lecture are available from the Gresham College Website: http://www.gresham.ac.uk/lectures-and-events/the-cambridge-economic-history-of-modern-britain Gresham College has been giving free public lectures since 1597. This tradition continues today with all of our five or so public lectures a week being made available for free download from our website. There are currently over 1,500 lectures free to access or download from the website. Website: gresham.ac.uk Twitter: twitter.com/GreshamCollege Facebook: facebook.com/greshamcollege
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In the first of seven films celebrating the best British buildings, Andrew Dickson visits King's College Chapel in Cambridge, a powerful example of gothic architecture -- covered in Tudor propaganda and topped by the world's largest fan-vault ceiling
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Interested in applying to Pembroke for art history? This video tells you why Cambridge - and Pembroke - is such a great place for art history, who can apply (hint - anyone can!), and how the process works http://www.hoart.cam.ac.uk/Admissions/undergraduate-admissions
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A guide to the History Aptitude Test, which students must take as part of their application to History at Oxford Past papers and exam guidelines: http://www.history.ox.ac.uk/prospective/undergraduate/applying/the-history-aptitude-test.html Course information: http://www.history.ox.ac.uk/prospective/undergraduate/studying.html How to register: http://www.admissionstestingservice.org/for-test-takers/hat/about-hat/ University course listing (including application process): http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/courses-listing/history
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Admissions decisions at the University of Cambridge are based solely on academic criteria -- your ability and your potential. Along with all the other information you provide, interviews help Admissions Tutors to assess your application. We invite everyone who has a realistic chance of being offered a place to attend an interview -- more than 80 per cent of our applicants each year. In this short film, Admissions Tutors, admissions staff and current Undergraduate students share their top tips on how to effectively prepare for admissions interviews at Cambridge. Find out more at www.cam.ac.uk/interviews
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Europe in 1914 and a century later: history lecture Please join us for a fascinating conversation with Christopher Clark, Professor of Modern European History at Cambridge University and author of The Sleepwalkers: How Europe Went to War in 1914 as we discuss the most significant events that led to the outbreak of World War I during this year’s centenary commemoration and reflect on the contemporary similarities. Once again, Europe is witnessing resurgent nationalism that has led to the rise of extremist groups seeking to undermine the status quo. Russia, too, is once more emboldened by the perceived imperative to defend its ethnic and religious kin abroad. And the U.S., exhausted after decades of involvement overseas, has adopted a foreign policy increasingly reminiscent of pre-Wilsonian isolationism. Professor Clark will examine the historic parallels between Europe then and now, and share his thoughts on why Europe went to war in 1914. More info on: https://www.csis.org/events/europe-then-and-now-featuring-professor-christopher-clark I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor) Find me on Google+: https://plus.google.com/101008368651984597200 And on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoS2gqkLY6M88GUQgmnbKuA And subscribe on YouTube!: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoS2gqkLY6M88GUQgmnbKuA?sub_confirmation=1 Website: http://europeanunionexplained.blogspot.com
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ok i know it's technically my 3rd week now but that's for next week's vlog ok thank u xoxo ★music used: lychee juice - elijah who ★see more from me here★ main channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa20... twitter: https://twitter.com/thisisiona_ insta: https://www.instagram.com/thisisiona/ tumblr: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/a-fistful...
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This is what Cambridge coursework does to you.
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Watch an extended interview with Professor Jay Winter, editor of the three volume Cambridge History of the First World War, the first truly transnational history of the Great War that integrates the military, the political and the social to to illustrate how the war impacted upon every corner of its combatants' lives. For more information on The Cambridge History of the First World War click here: http://tinyurl.com/nukgqzd
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This video shows a mock admissions interview for the Cambridge BA Tripos Degree in Law, conducted at Trinity College, Cambridge in November 2017. This video is intended to give potential applicants an idea of what an interview might be like. The video is a typical, representative example of a Cambridge Law admissions interview – but please do not think of it as a model, perfect or ideal interview: exactly what a Law admissions interview looks like varies from college to college and from interviewer to interviewer. In this interview, two interviewers spend 20-25 minutes speaking with the candidate, Rhianna, who is a Cambridge undergraduate but not a Law student. Rhianna was given a page containing a short set of facts, together with information about the relevant law, 30 minutes before the interview. You can download the information which the candidate was given at: https://resources.law.cam.ac.uk/documents/Law_Factual_Scenario_Example.pdf Most Cambridge Law admissions interviews include an exercise related to law or related to more general moral or practical reasoning but, again, practice varies from college to college and interviewer to interviewer. Although the exercises often raise legal issues, or even involve the use of legal tests, candidates are not generally expected to have, and are not being tested on, any legal knowledge: if any law is required to complete the exercise, it will be provided. Even where candidates have indicated (on their application forms) that they have already studied some law – such as at A Level – we only expect them to know as much of the law as they have studied. Note that candidates coming to Cambridge for interview will also be required to sit the Cambridge Law Test (CLT); you can read more about the CLT and view some example papers at: http://ba.law.cam.ac.uk/applying/cambridge_law_test/
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Zoubin Ghahramani (University of Cambridge) Slides: http://bayesiandeeplearning.org/slides/nips16bayesdeep.pdf
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Inaugural Lecture by Professor Hasok Chang, Hans Rausing Professor of History and Philosophy of Science. This lecture was part of the Departmental Seminars in History and Philosophy of Science series and took place on 11 October 2012.
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A short listening exercise for the TEFL classroom about Oxford and Cambridge. Oxford and Cambridge are famous for having the oldest and second-oldest universities in the English-speaking world, but there is no single university campus in ___________ place; the beautiful colleges are spread all over both towns. The first colleges Teaching existed in Oxford as early as the 11th century, and the earliest colleges were University College, Merton and Balliol, and they were supported by the Church. The architecture of many of the colleges reflects this _________________ with the Church – most have a central square called a ‘quad’, which is similar to the design of a monastery. The original medieval scholars entered the universities mainly to be educated as clerics, and in medieval times colleges were founded so that their students would pray for the souls of their founders. For this ____________ many colleges have their own chapel, and Christ Church in Oxford has its own cathedral. In Cambridge, King’s College Chapel (left) is a spectacular ____________ which was started during the reign of Henry VI and finished during Henry VIII’s reign. The oak screen inside was a gift from Henry VIII, and has his and Ann Boleyn’s initials carved on it. After the dissolution of the monasteries in 1536 Henry VIII ordered the closure of the Faculty of Church Law, so studies were more focused on Classics (__________ & Latin), Mathematics and the Bible. Men Only Originally all the colleges were for men. From around 1880 women were allowed to sit examinations, but could not become full members of the university (and therefore could not get a degree) _______ 1920 in Oxford and 1947 in Cambridge. Oxford’s literary connections Lewis Carroll, the author of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, was a student and then a lecturer in ______________ at Christchurch; his real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson. J. R. R. Tolkien was a student at Oxford and returned as a lecturer at Pembroke College. It was during this time that he wrote The Hobbit and the first two volumes of The Lord of the Rings. He was part of a literary ___________ that included C. S. Lewis, the author of The Chronicles of Narnia. During the 1930s and 40s the group would often meet at the Eagle and Child pub on St Giles Street.
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Editor of Vol IV Professor Tom Bartlett talks about new topics for contemporary historians http://www.tcd.ie/ https://www.tcd.ie/news_events/articles/the-cambridge-history-of-ireland-a-landmark-survey-of-irish-history/8885 http://www.tcd.ie/trinitylongroomhub http://www.cambridge.org
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