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A new book co-edited by Annalise Higgins looks at the legacies of the Hague Peace Conferences.
Yung In Chae's research links the ancient and modern worlds through themes such as feminism.
A conference on archaeology and climate change will feature papers by two Gates Cambridge Scholars.
Professor Dame Sally Davies gave this year's Gates Cambridge Annual Lecture on antimicrobial resistance.
New study shows links between stigma attached to crime and intergenerational crime.
Megha Amrith publishes first ethnography book on migrant medical workers in today's Southeast Asia.
Georgiana Epure took part in a recent podcast on the future of the International Criminal Court.
Sagnik Dutta's research focuses on the relationship between Muslim rights and the Indian constitution.
Dakota Spear is heading off on a 2,600-mile walk to raise money for the National Resources Defense Council.
Srilakshmi Raj talks about her research into genetic variation in different population groups.
36 selected for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship, funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Paula Rosine Long on creating social impact in the world of fashion.

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