Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH)

Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH)

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    Conference refreshments in the Alison Richard Building atrium
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    Entrance to the Alison Richard Building
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    CRASSH event at the Babbage lecture theatre

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The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) supports, promotes, and conducts interdisciplinary research. Located at the heart of Cambridge’s humanities campus, the Centre's research programmes produces over 300 events a year.

Founded in 2001, CRASSH exists to initiate and foster transactions between different forms of expertise and ways of thinking, deepening connections both within Cambridge and between Cambridge and the world more generally.

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Amanda Lightstone

Senior Associate Director for Arts and Humanities

amanda.lightstone@admin.cam.ac.uk

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The School of Arts and Humanities is concerned with the study of human culture, exploring, informing and enriching how we live. The School encompasses music, English, architecture, the history of art, philosophy, religion, classical antiquity, the study of Asian and Middle Eastern cultures and modern and medieval languages. Alumni include Christopher Marlowe, Mary Beard, Bertrand Russell, Sylvia Plath, CS Lewis, Alan Bennett, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Zadie Smith, Ralph Vaughan Williams and Iris Murdoch.