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Features in CAM 66, our Easter term issue, range from debating the role of luck in sporting success to discussing international aid and development in a world experiencing the rise of China and India. Robert Macfarlane explores the ancient paths in England and elsewhere, Daniel Wolpert explains why we have a brain, and our summer reading suggestions from academics and alumni will keep your holiday suitcase well stocked. In addition to the best bun in Cambridge and another fiendish crossword, this CAM also brings you a special Team Cambridge supplement - your coffee-table companion to the London Games this summer.
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Travel: A Literary History
By Peter Whitfield
The Kombi Trail: Across Three Continents in a VW Van
By Robert Cox (Corpus Christi 1959), Roger Sherwin (St Catharine’s 1958) & Tony Thompson (St Catharine’s 1958)
The Old Ways: A Journey on Foot
By Dr Robert Mcfarlane (Pembroke 1994)
The Museum on the Roof of the World: Art, Politics, and the Representation of Tibet
By Dr Clare E Harris (Robinson 1984)
Wild Coast: Travels on South America's Untamed Edge
By John Gimlette (Jesus 1982)
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