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Newsletter: What’s on at CRASSH, 21 – 27 May 2018

Newsletter: What’s on at CRASSH, 21 – 27 May 2018

What’s on at CRASSH? View this week's newsletter.

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Posted: Wednesday 23 May 2018


In Photos: NetIAS/EURIAS Conference 2018

In Photos: NetIAS/EURIAS Conference 2018

Jan-Melissa Schramm

Last week CRASSH Director Simon Goldhill and Deputy Director Jan-Melissa Schramm attended the annual NetIAS/EURIAS conference, which was hosted by the Institute of Advanced Studies at the Central European University in Budapest. 

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Posted: Wednesday 9 May 2018


Stand Out of Our Light: Release Date Announced

Stand Out of Our Light: Release Date Announced

We are pleased to announce the release of Stand Out of Our Light: Freedom and Resistance in the Attention Economy by the winner of the inaugural Nine Dots Prize, James Williams.

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Posted: Tuesday 8 May 2018


Brilliant Objects and Spirited Matter: 3 Questions to Irene Galandra Cooper

Brilliant Objects and Spirited Matter: 3 Questions to Irene Galandra Cooper

Irene Galandra Cooper

Irene Galandra Cooper recently joined the Genius Before Romanticism project as a Postdoctoral Research Associate. Here she introduces her research for this project.

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Posted: Monday 23 April 2018


New Administrator for CRASSH

New Administrator for CRASSH

The Centre is delighted to announce that Mette H. Rokkum Jamasb, a former Centre Manager at the Cambridge Judge Business School, has joined us from Newcastle University to take up the role of CRASSH Administrator.

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Posted: Monday 23 April 2018


Paper Tiger: Q&A with Nayanika Mathur

Paper Tiger: Q&A with Nayanika Mathur

Nayanika Mathur

Paper Tiger uses the sensational story of a man-eating big cat on the run to tell a much more subtle story of the everyday life of law and bureaucracy on the Himalayan borderland.

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Posted: Friday 20 April 2018


Histories of Post-Mortem Contagion: 5 Questions to Christos Lynteris and Nicholas Evans

Histories of Post-Mortem Contagion: 5 Questions to Christos Lynteris and Nicholas Evans

'How have various human societies buried their dead during epidemics? Have people always seen dead bodies as dangerous, or polluting?'

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Posted: Wednesday 18 April 2018


Cambridge Digital Humanities: 5 Questions to Anne Alexander

Cambridge Digital Humanities: 5 Questions to Anne Alexander

Anne Alexander

On the eve of CDH's website launch, we spoke to Coordinator Anne Alexander to learn more about this exciting multidisciplinary space.
 

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Posted: Tuesday 17 April 2018


Who’s New? Easter Term Fellows 2018

Who’s New? Easter Term Fellows 2018

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

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Posted: Friday 13 April 2018


What’s On at CRASSH, Easter/Summer 2018

What’s On at CRASSH, Easter/Summer 2018

Simon Goldhill

CRASSH has a spectacular array of events and activities in store for this year's Easter Term.  

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Posted: Friday 13 April 2018

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