GRADUATE/FACULTY RESEARCH GROUPS
The CRASSH graduate/ faculty groups act as a barometer for disciplinary development and curricular change, aptly demonstrated by the research interests explored by graduates and faculty over the past year. Eleven groups ran a range of activities, from Postcolonial Empires to Science, Technology and BioSocial Studies.
Cambridge Endangered Languages and Cultures Group Thomas M Artiss (Sociology, PPSIS) Thomas Godard (Linguistics, MML) Elena Pala (Linguistics, MML) Natalia I Petrovskaia (AngloSaxon, Norse and Celtic) Cambridge Interdisciplinary Reproduction Forum John Appleby (Family Research) Salim AlGailani (History and Philosophy of Science) Susanna Graham (Family Research) Zeynep GürtinBroadbent (Family Research) Jesse OlszynkoGryn (History and Philosophy of Science) Natasha Theodosiou (Clinical Medicine) Cambridge Late Antiquity Network Seminar Margaret McCarthy (History) Mike Humphreys (History) Robin Whelan (Faculty of Classics) City Seminar Anita Bakshi (Architecture) Konstantin Kastrissianakis (Architecture) Marlene Schafers (Anthropology) East European Memory Studies Research Group Julie Fedor (Slavonic Studies) Judy Brown (Slavonic Studies) GreenBRIDGE Buildings, Research, Innovation, Development, Governance, Energy Tatiana V Vakhitova (Sustainable Development)
Aidan Parkinson (Sustainable Development) Berhard Dusch (Institute for Manufacturing) Magdalini Makrodimitri (Architectural and Urban Studies) Health and Welfare Research Group Julie Walsh (History and Philosophy of Science) Erica Borgstrom (Public Health) Christopher Bunn (Metabolic Science) Neil Singh (Clinical Medicine)
Rebecca Whyte (History) Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Network Bruno DeNicola (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies) Ignacio Sánchez (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies) James Weaver (Middle Eastern Studies) Postcolonial Empires: Transnational Being and Ontological Politics Catherine Rashid (English) Catriona McAllister (Latin American Studies) Jonathan Agensky (POLIS) Dacia ViejoRose (Archaeology) Naoise MacSweeney (Archaeology) Science, Technology and BioSocial Studies Forum Adam Bostanci (History and Philosophy of Science) Alvaro Figueredo (Judge Business School) Dmitriy Myelnikov (History and Philosophy of Science) Hauke Riesch (Judge Business School)
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a collaboration between the CRASSH research seminar on “Postcolonial Empires: Transnational Being and Ontlogical Politics” and the
“Radical Distrust” research programme at the Centre for Colonial and
Postcolonial Studies, University of Kent
It was through CRASSH’s support, in funding,
administration and publicity, that a series of chance meetings between postgraduate students was
transformed into a wellestablished group of researchers s.
ELENA PALA (Linguistics) and THOMAS M ARTISS (Sociology) Graduate/ Faculty Group Conveners
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