20 Years CRASSH: Famous Faces


Wide-ranging interdisciplinary perspectives from well-known speakers – a collection of material from our archive.


A playlist from our archive in the context of CRASSH's 20th anniversary.
 


 

President Martti Ahtisaari: Preventing Conflicts and Building Fair Societies

Humanitas Visiting Professor

 

 

 

Madeleine Albright and Vin Weber: Campaigns on the World Stage

Campaigns on the World Stage conference

 

 

 

Homi Bhabha: The Humanities and the Anxiety of Violence

Changing the Humanities / The Humanities Changing conference

 

 

 

Alistair Campbell: Why Journalism, and Why it Matters in a World in Flux

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Media

 

 

 

Posy Simmonds: Making People

Cambridge Festival of Ideas

 

 

 

Bruno Latour: Reset Modernity – The Limit of a Method

Book Launch

 

 

 

James Williams: Stand Out of Our Light

Nine Dots Prize Book Launch

 

 

 

David Aaronovitch: Stolen Votes, Secret Spooks and the Hidden Oil – Conspiracy Theories in an Age of Transparency

Conspiracy and Democracy Research Project

 

 

 

Alastair Campbell: Media and Politics in a Changing World

Humanitas Visiting Professor in Media

 

 

 

Baroness Helena Kennedy: Women’s Rights and Women’s Woes – Who Says Human Rights are Universal?

Humitas Visiting Professor

 

 


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Posted: Thursday 19 August 2021

Contributor: CRASSH News

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