Reports, retorts, reviews and argument from
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Day 5 (morning): China in a Global WWII

Day 5 (morning): China in a Global WWII

Jonathan Henshaw

Jonathan Henshaw from the University of British Columbia reviews the morning of Day 5 of the Summer Institute China in a Global World War Two.

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Posted: Friday 14 July 2017


Day 3 (afternoon): China in a Global WWII

Day 3 (afternoon): China in a Global WWII

Helena F.S. Lopes

Helena F.S. Lopes from the University of Oxford summarises Day 3 of the Summer Institute China in a Global World War Two.

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Posted: Monday 10 July 2017


Day 3 (morning): China in a Global WWII

Day 3 (morning): China in a Global WWII

Seung-joon Lee

Seung-joon Lee from the National University of Singapore gives an overview of Day 3 of the Summer Institute China in a Global World War Two.

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Posted: Monday 10 July 2017


Photos: CRASSH Summer Party 2017

Photos: CRASSH Summer Party 2017

Imke van Heerden

On July 4th, members of the CRASSH community gathered at Bodley's Court for the annual Summer Party.

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Posted: Friday 7 July 2017


Day 2: China in a Global WWII

Day 2: China in a Global WWII

Zach Fredman

In our first post from the China in a Global World War Two Summer Institute, Zach Fredman from Nanyang Technological University sets the tone with his synopsis of Day 2. 

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Posted: Wednesday 5 July 2017


Introduction: China in a Global WWII

Introduction: China in a Global WWII

Imke van Heerden

This week, CRASSH welcomes the scholars of the CCKF-CHCI Summer Institute China in a Global World War Two. Early career researchers will be blogging from the Institute, so keep an eye out for the latest posts. 

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Posted: Wednesday 5 July 2017


Tracking Inequality in India: The Story of a Pioneer

Tracking Inequality in India: The Story of a Pioneer

Pedro Ramos Pinto

India’s booming business centres and gleaming shopping malls mask a grimmer reality. While one section of the population gets richer, another section gets poorer. In the countryside, farmers and others ‘left behind’ by the economic surge find themselves in increasingly desperate circumstances. In many cases their plight, exacerbated by crippling debt, has led to suicide.

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Posted: Wednesday 5 July 2017


Storify: Easter Term Highlights

Storify: Easter Term Highlights

Easter 2017 has come to an end, and we've selected a few memorable moments from social media to celebrate this lively and productive term at CRASSH.

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Posted: Wednesday 28 June 2017


Translation & Multimodality

Translation & Multimodality

Monica Boria

Cambridge Conversations in Translation concluded in style on Friday 26 May 2017 with a suitably trans-disciplinary one-day event on intersemiotic translation.

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Posted: Thursday 15 June 2017


Ways of Machine Seeing

Ways of Machine Seeing

Leonardo Impett

In 2016, the first Ways of Machine Seeing workshop asked how computers change the way we see the world. This year's conference will develop threads of last year's discussions. In this post, Leo Impett (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne) explores the themes analysed in 2016.

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Posted: Wednesday 14 June 2017

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