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

Metabolic Ruminations with Climate Cattle: Towards a More-Than-Human Metabo-Politics

Metabolic Ruminations with Climate Cattle: Towards a More-Than-Human Metabo-Politics

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Blog essay authored by Jonathon Turnbull (PhD Scholar, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge) and Catherine Oliver (Postdoctoral Research Associate, ERC Urban Ecologies project, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge). Both are invited contributors with the Rescaling the Metabolic: Food, Technology, Ecology Research Network at CRASSH.

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Posted: Tuesday 23 February 2021


CRASSH at the Cambridge Festival 2021

CRASSH at the Cambridge Festival 2021

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A summary of CRASSH's contribution to the Cambridge Festival 2021, including talks, podcasts, exhibitions and artist workshops, showcasing CRASSH's breadth of interdisciplinary research and involvement in the arts, humanities and social sciences.

The Festival runs from 26 March – 4 April 2021.

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Posted: Friday 19 February 2021


A Conduit for Value: More-Than-Human Experiments With Chicken Metabolisms

A Conduit for Value: More-Than-Human Experiments With Chicken Metabolisms

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Blog essay authored by Catherine Oliver (Postdoctoral Research Associate, ERC Urban Ecologies project, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge) and Jonathon Turnbull (PhD Scholar, Department of Geography, University of Cambridge). Both are invited contributors with the Rescaling the Metabolic: Food, Technology, Ecology Research Network at CRASSH.

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Posted: Monday 15 February 2021


Towards a Technomolecular City: Governance of Urban Metabolic Biochemical Flows

Towards a Technomolecular City: Governance of Urban Metabolic Biochemical Flows

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Blog post authored by Raúl Acosta, Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, LMU Munich. Raúl Acosta is an invited contributor with the Rescaling the Metabolic: Food, Technology, Ecology Research Network at CRASSH.

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Posted: Monday 8 February 2021


The Challenging Historiography of Psychotherapy

The Challenging Historiography of Psychotherapy

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Hannah Blythe is a PhD student in the Cambridge History Faculty and co-convenor of the 'Talking as Cure? Contemporary Understandings of Mental Health and its Treatment' Research Network at CRASSH. In this blog, she writes about the delay in the production of professional histories of psychotherapy.

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Posted: Friday 5 February 2021


LGBT+ History Month 2021

LGBT+ History Month 2021

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To celebrate LGBT+ History Month we have put together a blog post with an eclectic collection of recordings from our archive.

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Posted: Wednesday 3 February 2021


Not Made By Slaves: Ethical Capitalism in the Age of Abolition – 5 Questions to Bronwen Everill

Not Made By Slaves: Ethical Capitalism in the Age of Abolition – 5 Questions to Bronwen Everill

Bronwen Everill

Judith Weik

Bronwen Everill, Early Career Fellow 2020 – 2021 tells us about her recently published book Not Made By Slaves: Ethical Capitalism in the Age of Abolition.

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Posted: Friday 22 January 2021


CRASSH ‘Thoughtlines’ Podcast Launches

CRASSH ‘Thoughtlines’ Podcast Launches

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CRASSH's Thoughtlines podcast launches with its first episode: 'We are what we eat'.

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Posted: Tuesday 19 January 2021


WHAT’S ON & WHO’S HERE in Lent term 2021 – interactive online booklet.

WHAT’S ON & WHO’S HERE in Lent term 2021 – interactive online booklet.

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Browse the fully interactive WHAT'S ON & WHO'S HERE booklet for Lent term 2021. 

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Posted: Tuesday 19 January 2021


Meet the Fellow: Bronwen Everill

Meet the Fellow: Bronwen Everill

Bronwen Everill

Judith Weik

Bronwen Everill is a Cambridge Early Career Fellow and has spent the last term of 2020 with CRASSH. We asked her about her current research on the role of West Africa in the development of ideas about the economy, humanitarianism, and empire in the modern period.

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Posted: Thursday 17 December 2020

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