20 Years CRASSH: Thinking About Society


Thinking about Society from an interdisciplinary perspective – a collection of material from our archive.


A playlist from our archive on the theme of 'Thinking about Society', created in the context of CRASSH's 20th anniversary.


 

Lord Giddens: Understanding Society - A Sociologist's Perspective

CRASSH 'Understanding Society' Lecture

 

 

Marilyn Strathern: Taking Care of a Concept: Anthropological Reflections on the Assisted Society

CRASSH 'Understanding Society' Lecture

 

 

Michael Puett: Neoliberalism and History, or: How Should We Understand China?

CRASSH Impact Lecture

 

 

Dan M Hausman: Why Do Rich People Love Austerity?

The Politics of Economics Seminar

 

 

Vivien Perutz: The Impact of the Refugees on History of Art in Britain

Cambridge: City of Scholars, City of Refuge (1933-1945) Conference

 

 

Paolo Quattrone: Who Said Accounting was Boring? Rhetoric and the Making of 'Socie-ties'

New Accounting for the Management of Ecosystems Conference

 

 

Paul Stevens: In Search of 'Good' Energy Policy: Fracking in the US vs Europe

In Search of ‘Good’ Energy Policy Research Network

 

 

The Financial Crisis: A Failure of Capitalism or Government Policy?

Soundbites, Mellon Sawyer Seminar Series

 

 

Helen Small: Active Citizenship: Democracy Needs Us

Active Citizenship, Public Engagement and the Humanities Group Series

 

 

Christena Nippert-Eng: Why Privacy?

Why Privacy? Conference

 

 

Michael Butter: The Continuing Attraction of Conspiracy Theory: From Dan Brown to Donald Trump

Conspiracy and Democracy Project

 

 

Paul Mason: Postcapitalism

Technology and Democracy Project

 

 

Ron Deibert and David Runciman on Reclaiming the Internet for Civil Society

Minderoo Centre for Technology and Democracy

 

 

Dibyesh Anand, Evren Savci, Lukasz Szulc

Queer and Conflict: Queering Authoritarianisms Conference

 

 


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Posted: Friday 23 April 2021

Contributor: CRASSH News

Tags: society