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No 6295

Wednesday 30 January 2013

Vol cxliii No 18

pp. 336–344

College Notices


Newnham College

The following elections and appointments have been made:

Elected into a Professorial Fellowship (with effect from 19 October 2012):

Claire M. Hughes, M.A., Ph.D., N

Fiona J. Gilbert, M.B.Ch.B., Glasgow, MRCP, DMRD, Aberdeen, FRCR, FRCP

Elected into a Fellowship in Category A and appointed College Lecturer in Classics (with effect from 1 January 2013):

Paola Ceccarelli, Laurea and Perfezionamento, Scuola Normale Pisa

Elected into an Honorary Fellowship (with effect from 23 November 2013):

Patricia A. Hodgson, M.A., N, DBE


Newnham College: Phyllis and Eileen Gibbs Travelling Research Fellowship 2013–14 in biology, archaeology, social anthropology, or sociology; salary: up to £18,000; female applicants only; closing date: 18 February 2013; further particulars:

Robinson College: College Teaching Associate in Law; tenure: one year in the first instance but may be renewed by mutual agreement for a further two years (three years in total); closing date: 20 February 2013; further particulars:


Emmanuel College: A song recital will take place on Friday, 1 February 2013 from 6.30 p.m. to 7.15 p.m., in the Queen’s Building Lecture Theatre, Emmanuel College. The recital will feature Christina Birchall-Sampson (soprano) and Chris Hopkins (piano) and the programme will be as follows:

Berg: Sieben frühe Lieder

R. Strauss: Vier letzte Lieder

Admission is free.

Emmanuel College: Pianist Clare Hammond will be giving a recital of études by Szymanowski, Chin, Lyapunov, and Kapustin at 6 p.m. on Sunday, 10 February 2013 in the Queen’s Building, Emmanuel College. The recital is to raise funds for a forthcoming CD recording; for further information, see

Magdalene College: The Charles Stewart Parnell Lecture 2013, entitled The spectre of ethnic cleansing in revolutionary Ireland, will be given by Professor David Fitzpatrick, Parnell Fellow 2012–13 and Professor of Modern History at Trinity College, Dublin, in the Sir Humphrey Cripps Theatre, Cripps Court, Magdalene College, at 5.15 p.m. on Monday, 11 February 2013.

Private immanence: Constructive idioms for a post-secular spirituality: a series of discussions, lectures, and events responding to the challenge of privatized spirituality in a post-secular age. This series examines constructive responses to contemporary forms of extra-institutional spirituality that lack an idiom expressive of their religiosity. Further details are available at