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Christos Kalli is a Life Member of Clare Hall. In this blog we learn what he’s been up to since graduating from Cambridge — including a glimpse of recent poetry based on Cypriot mythology, trauma, and history


Several Clare Hallers were kind enough to share insights into their research and personal reflections on the College for a mini yearbook this month. Here are some highlights…


Dr Jingyi Jenny Zhao, a Research Fellow at Clare Hall based at the Needham Research Institute, discusses her focus on philosophy in ancient Greece and early China.


Photo by madison lavern

To mark International Day of Yoga, Ruta Marcinkeviciute, an MPhil student in Engineering here at Clare Hall, shares the ways yoga has had a positive impact on her time at the College during this unusual academic year


As we enjoy the sunshine here in the UK, the minds of many will turn to what we looked forward to in summers past. Alongside May Balls, one of the highlights of June would be Bumps season, which traditionally would have begun on Wednesday 9 June and run until Saturday


Jörn Alexander Quent is a cognitive neuroscientist and psychologist completing a PhD here at Clare Hall. The Gates Cambridge Scholar shares insights into his research into vivid memory, based at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit


We’re delighted to share these reflections by Claire Barnes, who edited the book ‘For Her Good Estate: The Life of Elizabeth de Burgh, Lady of Clare’, by Professor Frances Underhill (2020)


Thomas Glave

Thomas Glave was a Visiting Fellow at Clare Hall from 2012–13. Having recently been awarded a Fulbright Fellowship at the University of Nottingham and become Associate Editor of Wasafiri, he offers a glimpse into his life and career to date


Tess Little; photo Daniella Shreir

Tess Little, a Life Member of Clare Hall, reveals details of her journey to publishing a debut novel


Dr Cobbold at the Medmerry realignment

Research Fellow Dr Carolyn Cobbold’s specialism is food science of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries — but in her spare time, her work as co-founder of the Manhood Peninsula Partnership has made a huge impact

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