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Alisi Mekatoa and Nina Fudge are health researchers. They came to Cambridge to speak about how their undergraduate anthropology degree has ..read more
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Gareth Ward visited Cambridge just before he began his appointment as British Ambassador to Vietnam. He spoke with David Sneath about how ..read more
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Tropes of 'running away' abound in popular notions of the circus, but how true is this to the lived experiences of circus folk? In this ..read more
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In November 2017, Michael Puett, Professor of Chinese History and Anthropology at Harvard University, gave two talks at the Centre for ..read more
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David MacDougall visited Cambridge University this year for a series of talks and screenings and to open an exhibition of stills from his ..read more
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Ilana Gershon visited Cambridge University this summer, and after her Senior Research seminar at the department, Oliver Balch caught up ..read more
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This podcast asks what vision means to those who describe theatre for blind and partially-sighted audiences. Harsha Balasubramanian shares ..read more
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The processing and storage of data underpins the digital economy. With 2.5 exabytes of data being produced every day, storing and securing ..read more
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When credit is an essential means of getting by, how can debt advice organisations help those who are struggling to repay? This episode of ..read more
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Birdsong is a ubiquitous feature of the British countryside. But what is the cultural significance of this much-loved part of our landscape ..read more

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