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John Fahy: Becoming Vaishnava in an Ideal Vedic City
Everyday Justice
Ed Pulford: Mirrorlands: Russia, China and Journeys in Between
Winners of the 2019 “Images Fresh from the Field" Graduate Photographic competition announced
Winner of the Sue Benson Prize in 2019
Major New Research Project - "Imaginative Landscapes of Islamist Politics Across the Balkans-to-Bengal Complex"
John Fahy and Jan-Jonathan Bock (Eds): The Interfaith Movement: Mobilising Religious Diversity in the 21st Century
Professor Harri Englund awarded a Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship
Dr Mody appointed as University Lecturer
Dr Felix Stein's study, 'Work, sleep, repeat' is published by Bloomsbury
Dr Andrew Sanchez: Criminal Capital
Introducing the MPhil in Health, Medicine and Society
Dr Sian Lazar: Where Are The Unions? Workers and Social Movements in Latin America, the Middle East and Europe
'Keeping in Steppe': Dr David Sneath on BBC Radio 3
Dr Candea wins the Pilkington Prize
Audrey Richards Prize Winner 2016
Winner of the 2015 APLA Graduate Student Paper Prize
Hear from a visiting Postdoc: Dr Eduardo Dullo
Dr Sanchez appointed as University Lecturer
Dr Anthony Pickles: There's no such thing as a natural-born gambler
Dr Richard Irvine wins a CUSU Teaching Award
Judges' Report on 2016 Graduate Photography Competition
Dr Sehlikoglu appointed Research Fellow in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at Pembroke College
Dr Nahum-Claudel awarded a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship
Professor James Laidlaw appointed as William Wyse Professor of Social Anthropology
Dr Sian Lazar: The Social Life of Politics: Ethics, Kinship, and Union Activism in Argentina
The new publication, The Social Life of Politics, by Dr Sian Lazar of Cambridge University, examines the intimate, personal, and family dimensions of two ...
New Online Encyclopedia
Professor Harri Englund: Gogo Breeze: Zambia’s Radio Elder and the Voices of Free Speech
In Remembrance of Dr Esther Goody
Landmark 'Oceania' Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts (2018)