Reports, retorts, reviews and argument from
the CRASSH research community

Introducing: Grammars of Marriage and Desire (GoMAD)

Introducing: Grammars of Marriage and Desire (GoMAD)

CRASSH News

An introductory Q&A with the Grammars of Marriage and Desire (GoMAD) research network (2021 – 2022).

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Posted: Thursday 23 September 2021


Introducing: Hidden Epidemics and Epidemiological Obfuscation

Introducing: Hidden Epidemics and Epidemiological Obfuscation

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An introductory Q&A with the Hidden Epidemics and Epidemiological Obfuscation research network (2021 – 2022).

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Posted: Thursday 23 September 2021


Introducing: Global Conversations Towards Queer Social Justice

Introducing: Global Conversations Towards Queer Social Justice

CRASSH News

An introductory Q&A with the Global Conversations Towards Queer Social Justice research network (2021 – 2022).

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Posted: Thursday 23 September 2021


Introducing the CRASSH Research Networks 2021 – 2022

Introducing the CRASSH Research Networks 2021 – 2022

CRASSH News

Our Research Networks will bring you exciting and thought-provoking events and activities for the coming academic year. While we hope that in-person events will be possible again, for the moment events will take place online in various formats, from seminars, talks to podcasts and online reading groups. 

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Posted: Wednesday 22 September 2021


Making and Remaking Saints: 5 Questions to Gareth Atkins

Making and Remaking Saints: 5 Questions to Gareth Atkins

Gareth Atkins

Gareth Atkins is Fellow and Director of Studies in History, Queens’ College, Cambridge. From 2012 – 2017 he was a member of the Bible and Antiquity in Nineteenth-Century Culture project at CRASSH. His edited book, Making and Remaking Saints in Nineteenth-Century Britain, was published in 2016, and is now going into paperback. In this blog Dr Atkins reflects on the book’s significance.

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Posted: Wednesday 15 September 2021


20 Years CRASSH: Famous Faces

20 Years CRASSH: Famous Faces

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A playlist from our archive within the context of CRASSH's 20th anniversary.

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Posted: Thursday 19 August 2021


Introducing: Indigenous Studies Discussion Group

Introducing: Indigenous Studies Discussion Group

CRASSH News

An introductory Q&A with the Indigenous Studies Discussion Group, a new Research Network at CRASSH 2021 – 2022.

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Posted: Thursday 19 August 2021


Poetics in Practice: Cyclical Poetics, Psychotherapy and Recovery

Poetics in Practice: Cyclical Poetics, Psychotherapy and Recovery

CRASSH News

Katherine Franco is an incoming MSt student at the University of Oxford in English with interests in subjectivity, epistemology, theories of reading, and philosophy of medicine. She has written this guest blog for the Talking as Cure Research Network at CRASSH.

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Posted: Monday 9 August 2021


Meet the Fellow: Sally Woodcock

Meet the Fellow: Sally Woodcock

Sally Woodcock

Sally Woodcock holds a Paul Mellon Centre Postdoctoral Fellowship based at CRASSH part-time from April 2021 to March 2022. Before her fellowship at CRASSH, Sally completed a PhD in the Faculty of History at Cambridge University, co-supervised at the Hamilton Kerr Institute, a teaching and research institute that is also the paintings conservation department of the Fitzwilliam Museum.

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Posted: Tuesday 27 July 2021


Future Directions for Citizen Science and Public Policy: 5 Questions to Katie Cohen

Future Directions for Citizen Science and Public Policy: 5 Questions to Katie Cohen

Katie Cohen

Robert Doubleday

Katie Cohen, Researcher at the Centre for Science and Policy (CSaP) and Research Assistant at CRASSH's Expertise Under Pressure Research Project tells us about the book Future directions for citizen science and public policy she co-edited with Robert Doubleday, Director of CSaP and Co-Investigator of EUP.

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Posted: Friday 16 July 2021

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