The concept of need in Adam Smith by Toru Yamamori

Clare Hall Life Member Toru Yamamori has recently published a paper looking at the concept of need in the prevailing neoclassical school of economics.  Entitled 'The concept of need in Adam Smith', the paper was written during his time as a Visiting Fellow at Clare Hall.  Read more about Dr Yamamori's paper in the Cambridge Journal of Economics.   Read more

18 May 2017

Gillian Beer wins Truman Capote Prize

Former Clare Hall President Dame Gillian Beer has been awarded the prestigious Truman Capote Prize for her recent book on the Alice novels, Alice in Space. All members of the college community send their warmest congratulations to her.    Further linksTimes Higher Education reviewLiterature Cambridge... Read more

12 May 2017

Clare Hall Tech Talk

Booking is still open for our Tech Talk on Tuesday 9 May. The talk by Joe Tondu, President of the Tondu Corporation, is entitled: 'Critical Career Lessons'. Read more

05 May 2017

Clare Hall Graduate Conference 2017

Registration is open for the Clare Hall Graduate Conference 2017.  This is an excellent opportunity to hear about the work being undertaken by students at Clare Hall.   Read more

05 May 2017

Professor David L Callies honoured by the William and Mary Law School

The William & Mary Law School Property Rights Project will honour Clare Hall Life Member Professor David L. Callies in October, with the 2017 Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Prize. The prize is named in honour of the lifetime contributions to property rights of Toby Prince Brigham and Gideon Kanner and is presented annually to a scholar, practitioner or jurist whose work affirms the fundamental importance of property rights.A prolific scholar whose work explores land use, property, state and local government law, Callies has lectured around the world and authored or collaborated on... Read more

27 April 2017

Rethinking Cognitive Enhancement

Ahmed Dahir Mohamed, Clare Hall Life Member, has written a new Oxford University Press Handbook entitled Rethinking Cognitive Enhancement.  Ahmed, in collaboration with Wayne Hall and Ruud Ter Meulen, tackles the issues of the use of pharmacological drugs for cognitive enhancement.  Further LinksNeuroscience Profile – Ahmed Dahir Mohamed ... Read more

27 April 2017

The Elmsider

Submit to Clare Hall’s interdisciplinary graduate journal. Our theme is Networks and Connections.Deadline - 21 April 2017.Submissions welcome from all graduate students of Cambridge in all disciplines.Maximum 4,000 words, excluding abstract.For any questions please contact the editors Laura Brassington and Guy Sechrist at to our Mailing list: Read more

06 April 2017

Friday Family Suppers - Ed Williams

On Friday 3 March Ed Williams, head coach at Elite Swimming Academy, came to our family supper to speak about his swimming adventures. He is one of the only people in the world to have swum solo across the English Channel, Gibraltar Strait and most recently the North Channel between Ireland and Scotland. Ed talked about resilience, perseverance and goal setting which was well received by the children and adults alike. Full details on Ed's most recent expedition between Ireland and Scotland, including a short video, can be viewed... Read more

23 March 2017

'Clare Hall inspires' postdoc event

‘Clare Hall inspires’ was held on Thursday, 9 March in the Richard Eden Suite at West Court. This one day personal and professional development workshop was developed by the College postdoc representatives for the entire College community as a way of exploring the many benefits of a College affiliation. Attendees were invited to think through the ways their College connection might benefit them both personally and professionally.Sessions included a presentation from the Careers Service, ‘speed mentoring’ with Fellows and Life Members, a career mapping activity, a panel... Read more

13 March 2017

The Recovery of Natural Environments in Architecture: Air, Comfort and Climate by Professor Alan Short

A new book by Clare Hall Professorial Fellow, Alan Short entitled 'The Recovery of Natural Environments in Architecture: Air, Comfort and Climate' is out now.  Published by Routledge, the book is a culmination of 30 years’ research and award-winning green building design by Short and colleagues in Architecture, Engineering, Applied Maths and Earth Sciences at the University of Cambridge.    Further Links... Read more

03 March 2017