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Max Kramer

Max Kramer

Undergraduate Administrator

Enquiries Office (G.01a)
Faculty of Classics
Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge
CB3 9DA

Office Phone: 01223 335151

Biography:

Max Kramer grew up in Morpeth in the North East of England. Following a degree in Classics at Balliol College, Oxford and a year working as a Pastoral Assistant he studied the Theology & Religious Studies Tripos and an MPhil in Old Testament at St John’s College, Cambridge.

In the Classics faculty Max works closely with the Academic Secretary for Undergraduate Affairs and the Chief Secretary to administer the running of the Classical Tripos. He is also responsible for working with the Faculty's Schools Liaison Officer to develop and deliver the Faculty's Access & Outreach work through events at Cambridge and beyond. Part of this work involves managing the Faculty's new Outreach website (www.greeksromansus.classics.cam.ac.uk) and our social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Max is Secretary of the Faculty's Student-Staff Joint Committee and Access & Outreach Working Party and editor of the Faculty's annual Newsletter.

Max is also an Affiliated Lecturer in the Faculty of Divinity, where he teaches Greek, Hebrew, and Latin to Graduates and Undergraduates, and studies the relationship between Classical and Jewish and Christian culture.

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Meet the Greeks

Aug 21, 2017

Museum of Classical Archaeology

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Faculty statement concerning ethnic diversity in Roman Britain

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Details of how to apply for this post are now available online. Closing date: 25 August 2017.

British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship scheme

Jul 18, 2017

Details of how to apply for this scheme, for entry in 2018, are now available online.

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Jun 06, 2017

Watch again: the inaugural lecture by Professor James Clackson, Professor of Comparative Philology, " 'Dangerous Lunatics’: Cambridge and Comparative Philology".

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