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No 6187

Thursday 6 May 2010

Vol cxl No 28

pp. 789–812

Other External Notices

Cambridge Central Asia Forum

Cambridge Central Asia Forum would like to announce a Victory Day Piano Recital by Amir Tebenikhin, a celebrated Kazakh Pianist, playing in commemoration of the 200th anniversary of Franz Chopin and Robert Schumann.

The recital will take place at 2.30 p.m. (doors open at 2 p.m.), on Sunday, 9 May, in Jesus College Chapel.

This event is organized in cooperation with Cambridge Kazakhstan Centre and Cambridge University Kazakh Society. Entrance is free, but please RSVP to Prajakti Kalra at

Centre for History and Economics


The Centre will be awarding a number of Prize Research Grants in the academic year 2010–11. The grants provide access to the Centre’s facilities, a book grant, and other support, including funding towards research-related travel (up to a total value of £600). Students applying to study for the M.Phil. Degree in Economic and Social History, in Political Thought and Intellectual History, in Historical Studies, in Modern European History, in Modern South Asian Studies, in Economics, or for other M.Phil. and postgraduate programmes of the University of Cambridge are eligible to apply. Prize Research Grants are conditional on acceptance by and matriculation at the University.

Applicants should submit a completed application form (which is separate from that for the University) and a short statement of research interests. Two letters of reference should be sent directly to the Centre. The Centre is committed to a policy of equal opportunity. The deadline for receipt of applications is Monday, 24 May 2010. Application forms can be downloaded from the website ( and are also available from Prize Research Grants Competition, Centre for History and Economics, King’s College, Cambridge, CB2 1ST (email