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220 years ago Richard Brinsley Sheridan was assembling a star-studded cast for the world premiere of a newly discovered Shakespeare play – when he was told it was a hoax.
Two Trinity students rowed to victory in the Cancer Research UK Boat Races this year. MPhil student Ali Abbasi was No. 2 in the Cambridge Men’s Blue Boat and medical student Imogen Grant was stroke in the women’s reserve crew, Blondie.
Lost or forgotten works by psychiatrist and political thinker Frantz Fanon have been unearthed by Trinity Fellow Dr Jean Khalfa and Professor Robert Young of New York University and published in a new volume that has attracted significant attention.
The Wren Library’s Capell Collection of Shakespeare’s plays featured on BBC Look East on 21 March as part of events marking the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death.
Catherine Barnard is Professor of European Union Law and Employment Law at Cambridge and Senior Tutor at Trinity College. She is involved in several projects about EU migrants to the UK and regularly speaks and writes about her research to public audiences as well as policy makers. This blog reflects her views and not the position of Trinity College or Cambridge University.