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A sociological and historical perspective on health inequalities: implications for current policy debates Mike Kelly,...

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Professor Kelly is Senior Visiting Fellow in the Department of Public Health and Primary Care at the Institute of Public Health at the University of Cambridge and a member of St...

Collection: Understanding Inequalities: new thinking for public policy

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Fri 17 Jun 2016


Believing in Medieval Belief: Gibbon, Latour and what we do with Religion

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Inaugural lecture by John H Arnold, Professor of Medieval History, given on 2 February 2018

Collection: Inaugural lecture

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Wed 21 Feb 2018


Colonial-modern legacies of development and public policy - Sarah Radcliffe, Department of Geography

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Sarah Radcliffe is Professor of Latin American Geography and Fellow of Christ's College. Professor Radcliffe has been working on issues around intersectional inequalities and...

Collection: Understanding Inequalities: new thinking for public policy

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Fri 17 Jun 2016


Constructing the worlds of Archaic Greece

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Paper C1 of Part II of the Classical Tripos

Collection: History Faculty lecture videos

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Fri 25 Apr 2014


Corporate governance, shareholder value and worker rights Simon Deakin, Centre for Business Research

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Simon Deakin is a Professor of Law. He specializes in labour law, private law, company law and EU law. His research is concerned, more generally, with the relationship between...

Collection: Understanding Inequalities: new thinking for public policy

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Fri 17 Jun 2016


Do inequities in neighbourhood food environments contribute to inequalities in diet and health? - Pablo Monsivais

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Dr Monsivais’ talk today focuses on whether inequities in neighbourhood food
environments contribute to inequalities in diet and health.
Food environments, characterised by the...

Collection: Understanding Inequalities: new thinking for public policy

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Fri 17 Jun 2016


Elizabeth Evenden: Printers, exiles, and exchanges between England and Iberia

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Elizabeth Evenden discusses the early modern perceptions of historical relations between Britain, Portugal, and Spain.

Collection: Comparative Social and Cultural History Seminar: Exile

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Sat 20 Feb 2016


Ellen McArthur Lectures 2016. Eve also Delved: Gendering Economic History, Professor Jane Humphries, Lecture 3

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Eve also Delved: Gendering Economic History, Professor Jane Humphries, Lecture 3

Women from all times and regions will be seen about their daily lives, at work and at home, in...

Collection: Economic and Social History

Institution: Faculty of History

Created: Mon 16 May 2016


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