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Videos from our Online Postgraduate Open Days

Cambridge University Postgraduate Open Days will be online events this year. The next one will be held in November.

In addition to the videos below, you may find more content like this on the AMES Faculty YouTube channel.

Dr Andrew Marsham Introduces the AMES Masters Programme in Middle Eastern Studies

Dr Andrew Marsham Introduces the AMES Doctoral (PhD) Programme in Middle Eastern Studies

Prof. Barak Kushner introduces the AMES Postgraduate Studies Programmes in Japanese Studies

Dr Adam Yuet Chau introduces the AMES Postgraduate Studies Programmes in Chinese Studies

Dr Charis Olszok talks about the study of Arabic Literature

Dr Assef Ashraf introduces opportunities to study Persian History

Dr Noga Ganany introduces the study of Chinese Cultural History

Dr Paul Anderson introduces research in Social Anthropology of the Middle East

Dr Laura Moretti on the study of Early Modern Japanese Literature

Prof. Roel Sterckx's talk for the Postgraduate Open Day

Professor Amira Bemmison talks about the study of Maghribi History

Professor Hans van de Ven talks about opportunities to study for a PhD under his supervision

Dr Aaron Hornkohl on the study of Hebrew & Semitics

Prof. Barak Kushner on studying Japanese History

Dr Christine van Ruymbeke talks about studies in Persian Literature

Prof. Roel Sterckx talks about the history of Chinese Thought from Confucius to Cook Ding

Prof. Geoffrey Khan - Hebrew Studies at Postgraduate Level

Third-year PhD candidate Colton Runyan discusses his research into medieval Japanese competitions and tournaments

Khosravi Nia Armaghan - Postgraduate Persian Studies


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Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
University of Cambridge
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Cambridge
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