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

Hallucinogenic Smells, Eating Contests and Taxidermy: Q&A with Imaginative Things

Hallucinogenic Smells, Eating Contests and Taxidermy: Q&A with Imaginative Things

From hallucinogenic smells to eating contests to taxidermy: meet the research group that's captured Cambridge's imagination.

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Posted: Friday 12 January 2018


‘Building bridges, not walls’: Q&A with Cambridge Conversations in Translation

‘Building bridges, not walls’: Q&A with Cambridge Conversations in Translation

We caught up with the convenors of Cambridge Conversations in Translation, a CRASSH Research Group that brings together people with an interest in translation.
 

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Posted: Friday 12 January 2018


Digital Art: Q&A with Aline Guillermet

Digital Art: Q&A with Aline Guillermet

'What role can digital art play in helping us to understand, critique, and shape the impact of digital technologies on contemporary society?'

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Posted: Friday 12 January 2018


Lord Martin Rees: Black holes are simpler than forests and science has its limits

Lord Martin Rees: Black holes are simpler than forests and science has its limits

According to Lord Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal and co-founder of the Centre for the Study of Existential Risk, big things need not be complicated.

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Posted: Wednesday 10 January 2018


‘Why and how do we read?’ Ruth Jackson on Theologies of Reading

‘Why and how do we read?’ Ruth Jackson on Theologies of Reading

Ruth Jackson

Ruth Jackson introduces Theologies of Reading, a CRASSH Research Group running fortnightly seminars in the academic year 2017-18. 

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Posted: Wednesday 10 January 2018


Ethnographic Plague: Q&A with Christos Lynteris

Ethnographic Plague: Q&A with Christos Lynteris

Christos Lynteris

We asked medical anthropologist Christos Lynteris about his recent monograph on the configuration of disease on the Chinese-Russian frontier.
 

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Posted: Monday 8 January 2018


Who’s New? Lent Fellows 2018

Who’s New? Lent Fellows 2018

Meet our Lent Term Fellows and learn about their respective research projects.

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Posted: Monday 8 January 2018


Translating Early Modern Science: 5 Questions to Sietske Fransen

Translating Early Modern Science: 5 Questions to Sietske Fransen

Sietske Fransen

We asked Making Visible Research Associate Sietske Franse five questions about the collected volume Translating Early Modern Science.

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Posted: Thursday 4 January 2018


What’s On at CRASSH, Lent 2018

What’s On at CRASSH, Lent 2018

Simon Goldhill

Welcome to CRASSH's What's On for Lent 2018. As ever, you will find a host of thrilling intellectual events this term, covering the whole range of interdisciplinary work at the university.

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Posted: Wednesday 3 January 2018


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

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