The University of Cambridge seeks out students with a passion for their subject and who have investigated it outside the classroom. Our essay competitions provide students with an opportunity to engage with their interests in this way, allowing them to demonstrate their enthusiasm for their subject. We will additionally be running an Architecture design competition. Further particulars and this year's questions can be found at the links below.
Library of Trinity College Dublin
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David Anthony Washbrook 25 April — 24 January was a British historian and author who studied modern India with a specific focus on the socio-political and economic conditions of South India between the 18th and 20th centuries. Washbrook was born on 25 April and was raised in a less-affluent part of South London. Washbrook studied at Trinity College, Cambridge , where he completed his fellowship dissertation in and followed it up with a PhD in Washbrook began his career with a specific research focus on the history of southern India between the 18th and 20th centuries. His research also covered the socio-political and economic structures of South India of this period including social history of capitalism in the region.
Robson History Prize
He was a proponent of the historical method in economics and an opponent of free trade. Cunningham took holy orders in , later serving as chaplain of Trinity College, Cambridge, from to Cunningham's eminence as an economic historian gave special importance to his support of Joseph Chamberlain from onwards in criticizing the English free-trade policies and advocating tariff reform. He was a critic of the nascent neoclassical economics , particularly as propounded by his colleague, Alfred Marshall , and the Cambridge school.
Trinity College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in England. Trinity is one of the oldest and largest colleges in Cambridge,  with the largest financial endowment of any college at either Cambridge or Oxford. Trinity is renowned for having some of the most distinctive architecture within Cambridge, with its Great Court reputed to be the largest enclosed courtyard in Europe. Members of Trinity have won 34 Nobel Prizes  out of the won by members of Cambridge University , the highest number of any college at either Oxford or Cambridge.