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Keeping in Touch

keeping in touch

We are very keen to keep in touch with our alumni across the world. We are always delighted to hear your news and, of course, you will find a warm welcome back in Cambridge at any time.

There are many ways to maintain contact, some of which are outlined in our newsletter, Five Scroope Terrace, along with news of recent developments in the life of the department. If you haven’t received a hard copy of the first edition and would like to, please let us know; or you can download the electronic version by clicking on the image on the right.

There are also many ways in which graduates and friends of the department can continue to contribute to its life and growth. One, of course, is financial. In an age when study and research are ever more expensive and resources in the humanities squeezed, the are many opportunities to support us, whether through the provision of student travel bursaries or scholarships, contributions to hardship funds, or capital investment in the expansion of teaching capability or research resources. There are also a host of other ways in which our graduates are able to support the education of the next generation of Cambridge art historians, however, and we are particularly keen to hear from alumni who are able and willing to offer experience or advice to the department’s current students.

If you would like to know more about developments in the History of Art at Cambridge, about how to keep in touch, or about ways in which you can help your department grow and flourish in the future, or if you have suggestions for us, we are always delighted to hear from you. Please feel free to renew contact with members of staff you knew in your time here or write to either the Head of Department, Professor Paul Binski or the Departmental Secretary, .

 

“Five Scroope Terrace” newsletter