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British writer and Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Wikipedia

  • Historian and fellow at Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge. Specialist in the cultural history of eighteenth-century Britain and particularly ideas and practices associated with the concept of politeness. Wikipedia

  • Professor of Photosynthesis at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Educated at University of Wales, Bangor where he was awarded his first degree in 1991 followed by a PhD in 1994. Wikipedia

  • Professor of Experimental Particle Physics at the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Announced as the new Executive Chair of the Science and Technology Facilities Council. Wikipedia

  • British communicator of science, astrophysicist researcher, lecturer and Public Astronomer based at the Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge and a supernumerary fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Crawford studied the Mathematical Tripos and received a Bachelor of Arts honours degree in Mathematics at Newnham College, Cambridge in 1985. Wikipedia

  • British historian and fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, who was an authority on Tudor and Stuart maritime history. Born on 11 July 1925 in Wallasey, Merseyside, England. Wikipedia

  • Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge, and clergyman, scholar and fifteenth Archdeacon of Leicester. Born in Evercreech, Somerset, the son of James Bickham. Wikipedia

  • British economist at Cambridge University and a Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge. Remembered as one of the pre-eminent Marxist economists of the 20th century. Wikipedia

  • Head of Emmanuel College, Cambridge and chairs the College Council and Governing Body of the college. 1584–1622 Laurence Chaderton Wikipedia

  • Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. The Director-General of the National Trust until November 2012. Wikipedia

  • Emeritus Professor in Palaeontology and Biostratigraphy at the Department of Earth Sciences, Cambridge University and Life Fellow of Emmanuel College. Best known for his work on Graptolites. Wikipedia

  • List of Honorary Fellows of Pembroke College, Cambridge. Sir Michael Atiyah Wikipedia

  • John Preston (priest)

    Anglican minister and master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Born at Upper Heyford in the parish of Bugbrook, Northamptonshire. Wikipedia

  • Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Able to inspire a lifelong love of learning. Wikipedia

  • John Bell (legal scholar)

    Emeritus Professor of Law at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge. Professor of law at the University of Leeds and fellow and tutor in law at Wadham College, Oxford (1979–1989). Wikipedia

  • English organic chemist, and an emeritus professor of the University of Cambridge, and an emeritus fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge. The first to determine the full structure of chlorophyll and was involved in the development of the synthesis of cyanocobalamin by Robert Burns Woodward. Wikipedia

  • Richard Farmer

    Shakespearean scholar and Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Known for his Essay on the Learning of Shakespeare , in which he maintained that Shakespeare's knowledge of the classics was through translations, the errors of which he reproduced. Wikipedia

  • Professor of Modern British History at the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Pembroke College. He has specialised in 19th and 20th century British political and cultural history and has developed a later interest in the relationship between Britain and the Ottoman Empire. Wikipedia

  • Rowing club for members of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. The men's 1st VIII has stayed largely in the first division of the Lent and May Bumps for the last half-century, but fell as low as 21st in the May Bumps in the 1930s, and has been as low as 28th in the Lent Bumps towards the end of the 19th century. Wikipedia

  • William Richardson (antiquary)

    English academic and antiquary, Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge from 1736. Son of Samuel Richardson, vicar of Wilshamstead, near Bedford, by his wife Elizabeth, daughter of Samuel Bentham, rector of Knebworth and Paul's Walden, both in Hertfordshire. Wikipedia

  • Organist, conductor and broadcaster, and Director of Music at Pembroke College, Cambridge. The youngest person to hold the director of music position at an Oxbridge college, taking up the position at the age of 21. Wikipedia

  • Professor of Medieval French Literature at the University of Cambridge and fellow of Pembroke College. Author of several internationally renowned books on Medieval French Literature and the leading expert on the manuscripts of Roman de la Rose, having published extensively on its iconography. Wikipedia

  • Nick Hornby

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  • British poet, writer and broadcaster. Born in Liverpool. Wikipedia

  • Martin Gilbert

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  • Geoffrey Moorhouse Gibson Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge, a Fellow of Pembroke College, Cambridge and the Associate Director of the Northeastern Chemical Energy Storage Center at Stony Brook University. Grey received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1987 followed by a Doctor of Philosophy degree in chemistry in 1991, both from the University of Oxford. Wikipedia

  • Scottish classicist who taught Classics at Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Born on 7 April 1860 in Kinmuck in the parish of Keithhall near Inverurie, Aberdeenshire. Wikipedia

  • British pathologist and Fellow of Lincoln College, Oxford. Educated at Dulwich College and Emmanuel College, Cambridge where he studied Natural Sciences and was awarded a Master of Arts degree followed by PhD in 1967 for research on nucleotides supervised by Fred Sanger. Wikipedia

  • Emeritus Rank Professor of Engineering at the University of Cambridge and a former Master of Emmanuel College, Cambridge (1996–2002). He may be best known for his contributions to Aeroacoustics, in particular for his work on Concorde. Wikipedia

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  • In his 2019 work Underland, British author Robert Macfarlane tracks the source of the Timavo and discusses the history of its exploration.Timavo-Wikipedia
  • Robert Macfarlane, chair of the Booker judges, said of the book, "It’s a dazzling work. It’s a luminous work. It is vast without being sprawling."The Luminaries-Wikipedia
  • This volume was reissued in April 2014 by Galileo Publishers, Cambridge, with a new introduction by Robert Macfarlane.Nan Shepherd-Wikipedia
  • He also creates artwork for Yorke's solo albums and Yorke's band Atoms for Peace, and book covers for nature writer Robert Macfarlane.Stanley Donwood-Wikipedia
  • Robert Macfarlane described Benchoona's summit as "a rough broken tableland of flat rocks, perhaps a quarter of an acre in area, and planed smooth by the old ice".Garraun (Galway)-Wikipedia
  • The liner notes were written by acclaimed landscape writer Robert Macfarlane and were premiered on the website Caught by the River in April 2015.Grasscut-Wikipedia

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