20 Years CRASSH: Global Conversations


CRASSH strives to serve at once to draw together disciplinary perspectives in Cambridge and to disseminate new ideas to audiences across Europe and beyond. 


A playlist of material from our archive on the theme of CRASSH's 20th anniversary year –

Global Conversations


 

Reni Eddo-Lodge and Priyamvada Gopal in Conversation

CRASSH Impact Series

 

 

Cornel West and Ben Okri: Literature and the Nation

Mellon CDI Invited Fellow

 

 

Patricia Williams and Heidi Mirza: Black Life, Law, Love and Survival in Times of Trump and Brexit

CRASSH Impact Series

 

 

Homi Bhabha and Phiroze Vasunia

CRASSH Impact Series

 

 

Kwame Anthony Appiah and Ash Amin: Cosmopolitanism

CRASSH Mellon CDI Visiting Professor

 

 

Natalie Zemon Davis and Amitav Ghosh: Storytelling and the Global Past

 

 

Judith Butler in Conversation with Simon Goldhill

Understanding Society Series (University of Cambridge Raven login required)

 

 

Emily Bell in Conversation with Mary Beard: Facebook Eating the World

Humanitas Visiting Professor

 

 

Regina Schwartz in Conversation with Rowan Williams: Loving Justice - Migrant Knowledge, Early Modern and Beyond

Migrant Knowledge, Early Modern and Beyond: an event at the Crossroads Conference

 

 

Michael Puett and Julia Lovell in Conversation

CRASSH Impact Series

 

 

 

Cornel West and MM McCabe: Philosophy in the Public Sphere

Mellon CDI Invited Fellow

 

 

Natasha Walter in Conversation with Simon Goldhill

Humanities Visiting Professor

 

 

Dan Schiller in Conversation with John Naughton and David Runciman

Technology and Democracy Research Project

 

 

 


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Posted: Wednesday 31 March 2021

Contributor: CRASSH News

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20 Years CRASSH: Global Conversations

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