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Tag Archives: Martyn Bendor-Samuel Prize
Pictured below is Robert Crosland (BA History, 1st class), winner of the Martyn Bendor-Samuel prize for best undergraduate dissertation 2009-10, celebrating his award with members of the Department (Robert is third from right).
Pictured below is Ruth Salter (BA Classical and Medieval Studies, 1st class), winner of the Martyn Bendor-Samuel prize for best overall performance in Finals at History, celebrating her award with members of the Department (Ruth is second from right).