EVENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 2018-19
- Autumn – Beyond Originals and Copies: hierarchical relations of ‘sources’ and their versions as a western and nineteenth-century view of culture, with Margherita Laera. A full list of our Autumn seminars is available here.
- Spring – Technologies of Reproduction (with Anne Alexander and Cambridge Digital Humanities Learning) vs Embodied Practices of Reproduction (a workshop led by Sophie Seita). A full list of our Spring seminars is available here.
- Summer – Iteration as Persuasion: or how repetition works in the present attention economy, with Satinder Gill and Ella McPherson, co-curated by sociology graduate students Ruichen Zhang and Francesca Root – to be published as a special issue of AI and Society Journal.
EVENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE 2019-20
- Autumn – Canons versus Icons: co-curated by Cristina Baldacci (Contemporary art, Venice, Ca Foscari) and Francesco Giusti (Berlin ICI).
- Spring – Reprint: curated by Lucy Delap (Gender historian, Cambridge) and Jason Scott-Warren (Centre for Material Texts, Cambridge), with Caroline van Eck.
- Summer – Imagining time: beyond chronologies: co-curated by Daniel Margocsy (History of Science, Cambridge) and Daniel Reeve (Medievalist, UCSB).
Details of our programme can be found on our website.
CURRENT CALLS FOR PAPERS
A Re- Network conference, Re-/Unworking Tragedy and the Global South is currently accepting proposals (deadline September 15th, 2019):
(co-sponsored by CRASSH and the Judith Wilson Studio, Cambridge).
Talks usually take place on alternate Wednesdays, 14:30-16:30 in term time.
Seminar Room SG2, CRASSH at the Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge.
For directions, click here.