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

Online Translators Are Sexist – Here’s How We Gave Them a Little Gender Sensitivity Training

Online Translators Are Sexist – Here’s How We Gave Them a Little Gender Sensitivity Training

Stefanie Ullmann

This article, written by Stefanie Ullmann (Giving Voice to Digital Technologies Project) and Danielle Saunders (Department of Engineering, University of Cambridge) war originally posted in The Conversation in March 2021.

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Posted: Thursday 22 April 2021


Bridging Digital Divides: Proud Partners of the Cambridge Social Data School 2021

Bridging Digital Divides: Proud Partners of the Cambridge Social Data School 2021

Hugo Leal

In the data-driven age, we believe it is our duty to help bridge some of the digital divides that plague our societies. The Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy is proud to partner on the Cambridge Social Data School 2021.

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Posted: Monday 19 April 2021


20 Years CRASSH: Global Conversations

20 Years CRASSH: Global Conversations

CRASSH News

A playlist of material from our archive on 'Global Conversations' – the theme of CRASSH's 20th Anniversary year.

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Posted: Wednesday 31 March 2021


Beyond Beliefs – Listening to Cultural Voices in Psychological Therapy

Beyond Beliefs – Listening to Cultural Voices in Psychological Therapy

CRASSH News

A blog written by Alistair Gaskell of the Cambridge Stepped Care Therapies Service for Older People. He is a member of the Talking as Cure? Research Network at CRASSH.

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Posted: Thursday 25 March 2021


‘Queering Authoritarianisms’: A Queer Rethinking of Social Justice and Global Politics

‘Queering Authoritarianisms’: A Queer Rethinking of Social Justice and Global Politics

CRASSH News

A blog introducing the conference: ‘Queering Authoritarianisms’: A Queer Rethinking of Social Justice and Global Politics, written by Convenors Hakan Sandal-Wilson and Marcin Smietana.

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Posted: Tuesday 16 March 2021


20 Years CRASSH: Feminist Thought and Women’s Voices

20 Years CRASSH: Feminist Thought and Women’s Voices

CRASSH News

A playlist of lectures on feminist thought from our archive for International Women's Day 2021 and to celebrate 20 years of interdisciplinary research, dialogue and response at CRASSH.

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Posted: Thursday 4 March 2021


Anthropology, Psychology and IAPT: Some Comments on Ethnography

Anthropology, Psychology and IAPT: Some Comments on Ethnography

CRASSH News

A blog post written by Mikkel Kenni Bruun (Cambridge Department of Social Anthropology) for the Talking as Cure? Contemporary Understandings of Mental Health and its Treatments Research Network.

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Posted: Thursday 4 March 2021


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

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

CRASSH News

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

CRASSH News

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

CRASSH News

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

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