Crack open some brand new stationery and grab a pumpkin spice latte, because the new academic year is nearly here. Here's a sneak peak of what's to come in Michaelmas 2016-17 at CRASSH.
- Priestcraft: Early Modern Variations on the Theme of Sacerdotal Imposture 1 - 2 September (register by 28 August)
- Reproductive Politics in France and Britain 5 - 7 September (register by 29 August)
- Digital Publics and Counterpublics in Africa 9-10 September (register by 4 September)
- Objectification and Gendered Violence 10 September (register by 9 September)
- Techniques, Technologies and Materialities of Epidemic Control 16 - 17 September (register by 10 September)
- Traps: Technological Mediations of Human-Animal Encounter 27 - 28 September (registration coming soon)
- Between Diabolical Insstigations and Criminal Combinations: Conspiracy Theories in Political Trials, 16th - 19th Century 11 October (no registration required)
- In the Waking Hours: film viewing and discussion with the filmmaker Sarah Vanagt and historian Katrien Vanagt 22 October (registration coming soon)
- Epistemic Images in Early Modern Germany and its Neighbours 10 - 11 November (register by 3 November)
- Matter at the Crossroads: Literature and Natural Philosophy in Early Modern England 23 November (register by 15 November)
- Diagrammatic: Beyond Inscription? 2 - 3 December (registration coming soon)
- Global Muslim Encounters: Homogenisation and Diversity across Time and Space 9 - 10 December (registration coming soon)
- New Directions in Evolutionary Social Sciences 13 - 14 December (registration coming soon)
Research group events
Our research groups are novel and interdiscipinary groups who come together at CRASSH to work together on a cutting edge area of research.
Each group hosts seminars and talks regularly throughout the year, often recorded as a podcast or YouTube.
The groups change annually. For 2016-17 we are pleased to welcome the following:
- Cambridge Conversations in Translation
- Cybernetics and Society
- Decolonising the Curriculum in Theory and Practice
- Ethics of Big Data
- Images of Care and Dying
- In Search of 'Good' Energy Policy
- Performance Network
- Photography: between Invisibility and the Unseen
- The Alchemical Landscape
- The Politics and Paradoxes of Transparency
- Things: Emodied Things c1400-1900
The best way to stay up-to-date with all our seminars, lectures and conferences - which are often free and always open to all - is via our newsletter. Sign up here.