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The Importance of Listening

The Importance of Listening

Anija Dokter (PhD student at the Faculty of Music) introduce us to their field of research: "Sound Studies". 

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Posted: Wednesday 17 June 2015


Convening “Objects in Motion: Material Culture in Transition”

Convening “Objects in Motion: Material Culture in Transition”

Alexi Baker

Alexi Baker (Mellon/Newton Fellow) writes about her experience of convening a conference at CRASSH: "Objects in Motion: Material Culture in Transition".

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Posted: Monday 15 June 2015


Reading Xu Bing’s “Bird Language”

Reading Xu Bing’s “Bird Language”

Luke Skrebowski, lecturer at the Department of History of Art, writes about Xu Bing's installation Bird Language at the Fitzwilliam Museum.

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Posted: Tuesday 5 May 2015


Fighting ‘Crimnesia’: The Question of Crimea in the Russia-Ukraine War

Fighting ‘Crimnesia’: The Question of Crimea in the Russia-Ukraine War

Rory Finnin

Proxy logic, the Ukraine, Russia and perceptions of an international crisis.

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Posted: Thursday 9 April 2015


Calls for Papers: April & May 2015

Calls for Papers: April & May 2015

Open calls for papers for up-coming CRASSH conferences. 

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Posted: Tuesday 7 April 2015


Kwame Anthony Appiah on Cosmopolitanism

Kwame Anthony Appiah on Cosmopolitanism

CRASSH Mellon CDI Visiting Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah (New York University) in conversation with Professor Ash Amin (University of Cambridge).

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Posted: Wednesday 18 March 2015


Natasha Walter’s Clarion Calls to Feminists

Natasha Walter’s Clarion Calls to Feminists

Catherine Conybeare

I heard three great clarion calls to feminists of all stripes in Natasha Walter’s lecture last night...

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Posted: Wednesday 4 March 2015


From Sexism to Solidarity

From Sexism to Solidarity

Tanya Filer

Humanitas Visiting Professor, Natasha Walter, speaks to CRASSH postdoc Tanya Filer about her upcoming lectures. Walter reflects on what women's rights mean today, on feminist activists versus feminist academics, on contemporary campaigns such as NoMorePage3 or her own Women for Refugee Women, and on reasons to be hopeful for feminisim's capacity to create change.

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Posted: Tuesday 3 March 2015



Wotan: A Most Human God

Wotan: A Most Human God

Catherine Conybeare

CRASSH Visiting Fellow Catherine Conybeare's take on the illustrated lecture by Sir John Tomlinson with Patrick Carnegy: "The Construction of the Role of Wotan". 

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Posted: Thursday 26 February 2015

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