You can feel accepted and 'at home' whatever
your background or beliefs
Oliver, 1st Year
University Senior Lecturer in Physiology
I usually describe myself as a ‘cultural’ historian, an adjective that raised eyebrows when I joined the History Faculty in Cambridge in 1979, but became normal and even fashionable by the 1990s.
Catherine Pickstock writes about her approach to Philosophical Theology, her academic career and her published work.
I have been interested in volcanoes for well over 30 years. My research group, in the Department of Earth Sciences, studies magmatic processes. We want to answer simple questions. How is magma generated? How does it move towards the surface? Where is it stored before volcanic eruptions? What is the relationship between magmatism and environmental change?