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Cambridge Imagines 2024

7:00pm-7:30pm on Wednesday 20 March

Times shown are in GMT (UTC +0) up to the 26th March. For events on or after 27th March times are in BST (UTC +1).

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A fascinating series of short films with researchers at Cambridge who are imagining the future. These films share an insight into the researchers and their work.

This film premiered on Wednesday 20 March and can be views on our YouTube channel:

Researchers included:

Dr Kerry McInerney (Centre for Gender Studies)
Dr Kerry McInerney is a Research Associate at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, where she researches AI from the perspective of gender studies, critical race theory, and Asian diaspora studies.

Lila Gaudencio (Gates Scholar/Centre of Latin American Studies)
Lila's research looks at community banks and complementary currencies in Brazil. In over 20 years, Brazil has issued over 150 different social currencies, and is a unique case study in the subject, as social money has been a public policy for the development of low-income territories since 2003.

Dr Siddharth Soni (Faculty of English)
Siddharth Soni is the Isaac Newton Trust Fellow at Cambridge Digital Humanities (CDH) and the Centre for Research in Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities (CRASSH). He lectures in many areas of modern and contemporary literature for the Faculty of English. His book-project ‘Monstrous Archives’, a technological history of the archive, won the 2023 Ideas Prize.

Booking/Registration is: RECOMMENDED

Additional Information

Age: All Ages
Format: Film
Timing: Available on Demand
Cost: Free
Theme: Discovery, Society, Health, Environment
Accessibility: Closed Captions, Full access

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