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

Insights from ‘Forensic Architecture’

Insights from ‘Forensic Architecture’

The CRASSH Research Group Power and Vision: The Camera as Political Technology shares insights from ‘Forensic Architecture’ on evidence, testimony and the reconstruction of the effects of drone strikes and other acts of violence.

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Posted: Friday 8 December 2017


Bystander Intervention Initiative

Bystander Intervention Initiative

Yvonne Salmon, convener of the CRASSH Alchemical Landscape Research Group, has been invited to become a facilitator of the University’s 'Bystander Intervention Initiative'.

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Posted: Friday 8 December 2017


Does AI Present the Potential to Mitigate Resource Scarcity?

Does AI Present the Potential to Mitigate Resource Scarcity?

Andrew Ware

How can we ensure that the development of technology helps solve ‘the problem of scarcity’?

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Posted: Thursday 7 December 2017


Waltz with Bashir: A discussion on visual technologies’ representational capacities

Waltz with Bashir: A discussion on visual technologies’ representational capacities

For the second event of the term, Power and Vision held a film screening of Waltz with Bashir, an Ari Folman film, followed by a guided discussion.

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Posted: Wednesday 22 November 2017


Ukraine and the Challenges of International Law: 5 Questions to Bohdan Tokarskyi

Ukraine and the Challenges of International Law: 5 Questions to Bohdan Tokarskyi

An interview with convenor Bohdan Tokarskyi about the upcoming CRASSH conference Ukraine and the Challenges of International Law: Annexation, Aggression, Cyber Warfare.

 

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Posted: Monday 20 November 2017


Rock, Bone & Ruin: 5 Questions to Adrian Currie

Rock, Bone & Ruin: 5 Questions to Adrian Currie

Adrian Currie

We asked Postdoctoral Researcher Adrian Currie five questions about his exciting new book, Rock, Bone & Ruin: An Optimist’s Guide to the Historical Sciences. 
 

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Posted: Monday 20 November 2017


From Analogue to Aerial Surveillance: Reading the History of Political Imaging

From Analogue to Aerial Surveillance: Reading the History of Political Imaging

Read the first blog post by the new CRASSH Research Group Power and Vision: The Camera as Political Technology.

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Posted: Thursday 2 November 2017


Kerouac’s Ghosts

Kerouac’s Ghosts

Gerald Nicosia is an acclaimed poet, writer and biographer. He is best known for Memory Babe, his classic biography of On the Road author Jack Kerouac. On Wednesday, 27 September 2017, Gerald will be reading and performing in Cambridge as part of a rare UK tour.

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Posted: Friday 22 September 2017


Who’s New? Michaelmas Fellows 2017

Who’s New? Michaelmas Fellows 2017

Our Michaelmas Term Fellows are working on a fascinating array of subjects. 

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Posted: Wednesday 20 September 2017


Less Hollywood, More Car Crash

Less Hollywood, More Car Crash

Simon Beard

Simon Beard puts the USA vs. DPRK nuclear stand-off into historical perspective.

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Posted: Friday 15 September 2017

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