Posts from January 2018

The Alchemical Landscape: Q&A with Yvonne Salmon

The Alchemical Landscape: Q&A with Yvonne Salmon

Yvonne Salmon

Yvonne Salmon, Director of The Alchemical Landscape, introduces some of the ideas behind the group.

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Posted: Friday 19 January 2018


FAQs: Conference Funding Competition

FAQs: Conference Funding Competition

Oliver Wright

Conference Programme Manager Oliver Wright has answered some of the most frequently asked questions about CRASSH’s conference competition.

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Posted: Thursday 18 January 2018


Newsletter: What’s on at CRASSH, 16 – 21 January 2018

Newsletter: What’s on at CRASSH, 16 – 21 January 2018

What's on at CRASSH? View our newsletter of the week.

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Posted: Wednesday 17 January 2018


Digital Art: Michaelmas Diary

Digital Art: Michaelmas Diary

Aline Guillermet, a convenor of Digital Art, reports on the research group's Michaelmas programme of events.

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Posted: Tuesday 16 January 2018


In Photos: CRASSH Newcomers, Lent 2018

In Photos: CRASSH Newcomers, Lent 2018

CRASSH welcomes newcomers to the Alison Richard Building on the first day of Lent Term 2018.

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Posted: Tuesday 16 January 2018


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

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

Annie Thwaite and Abigail Gomulkiewicz introduce the CRASSH Research Group Imaginative Things: Curious Objects 1400–2000.

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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


Black holes are simpler than forests and science has its limits

Black holes are simpler than forests and science has its limits

According to Astronomer Royal Martin Rees, 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

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