Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
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Dr Mike Higton (Academic Co-Director, Cambridge Inter-faith Programme, Faculty of Divinity)
Dr Marcella P Sutcliffe (AHRC Postdoctoral Research Associate, Faculty of History)
Dr Sara Cain (Early-Career Research, CTO, Corpus Christi College)
Dr James Golden ...
Created: Thu 28 Feb 2013
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Britt Baillie (University of Pretoria/University of Cambridge)
Chris Boonzaaier (University of Pretoria)
Leanne Philpot (University of Cambridge)
Marie Louise Stig Sørensen (University of Cambridge)
Dacia Viejo Rose (University of Cambridge)
This conference is the...
Created: Tue 16 Jun 2015
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Al-Andalus and Espana
Created: Fri 4 Nov 2011
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In recent decades, the theory and practice of translation has become an increasingly prominent area of academic discussion and debate. Offering important opportunities for interdisciplinary research, this flourishing field inevitably promotes interactions across and within a wide range of different...
Created: Thu 15 Oct 2015
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“Language ecology as the new frontier of language planning: exploring the relationship between endangered languages and their socio-cultural habitat”
This academic year, the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and the Departments of Middle Eastern Studies, Anthropology and Sociology have...
Created: Thu 31 Oct 2013
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What is CIRF?
The idea for CIRF grew from the conversations of a group of graduate students and faculty from various departments, including HPS, the Centre for Family Research, Social Anthropology, and SPS, who wish to create opportunities for productive interdisciplinarity.
CIRF aims to...
Created: Thu 12 Sep 2013
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The Cambridge Late Antiquity Network Seminar series
Created: Thu 10 May 2012
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‘So... what is it that you actually do?’
It’s a question most PhD students have faced at some time during their study, and one which can be surprisingly difficult to answer. It’s with this question in mind that Cambridge researchers Richard Blakemore and John Gallagher came up with the idea for...
Created: Thu 18 Apr 2013
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Cambridge Pragmatism: a Research Workshop
31 May — 1 June, 2012 :: Winstanley Lecture Theatre, Trinity College, Cambridge
Pragmatists approach philosophical problems by enquiring about the practical role of disputed notions — truth, causation, value, or necessity, for example — in...
Created: Mon 18 Jun 2012
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Videos from the Challenging Models in the Face of Uncertainty Conference at CRASSH, 28 - 30 September 2010
Created: Thu 2 Dec 2010
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Changing the Humanities / The Humanities Changing - The Humanities past and present - July 2009
Celebrating the 800th anniversary of the University of Cambridge, Changing the Humanities/The Humanities Changing is a major international conference designed to inquire into the current standing and...
Created: Fri 21 May 2010
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Graduate Group - City Seminar
Created: Fri 28 Oct 2011
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Taking infrastructure in a narrow material sense, Civic Matter is about thinking through the social, ethical and political work of infrastructural design, (re)construction and maintenance, and the ways in which anticipated and obsolete infrastructures are imagined, remembered, destroyed, recycled...
Created: Mon 11 Nov 2013
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The Climate Histories Interdisciplinary Seminar is about bringing together and expanding a network of people from different backgrounds (sciences, arts, humanities, and social sciences, as well as people working in policy, media, and industry) to tackle questions about climate and environmental...
Created: Thu 7 Feb 2013
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Created: Wed 29 Jan 2014
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Cornel West at CRASSH in three public conversations on Politics and Race with Paul Gilroy; on Philosophy in the Public Sphere with Mary Margaret McCabe and respondent Constanze Güthenke; and on Literature and the Nation with Ben Okri and respondent Malachi McIntosh.
Created: Wed 8 May 2013
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Created: Tue 18 May 2010
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Event trailers and in conversation pieces at Cambridge's humanities research centre.
Created: Wed 1 May 2013
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Over the past two decades, digital technologies have fundamentally altered the ways that musical and audiovisual media are created, circulated and received. As musical and audiovisual content has been made available in multiple formats through a variety of media platforms, there has been a...
Created: Mon 14 Apr 2014
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Cybernetics as a History of the Present
As more and more of our collective activities (education, pension planning, health management, environmental protection) are mediated by rapidly moving markets and computerized technologies, uncertainties abound. Ours, we are told, is an information age,...
Created: Wed 2 Nov 2016