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European NetIAS Lecture Series

Una nuova serie di conferenze internazionali nell’ambito della tematica “Borders” (“Confini”) organizzata dalla rete europea degli Istituti di Studi Avanzati (NetIAS)
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La rete europea degli Istituti di Studi Avanzati (NetIAS) annuncia il lancio di una nuova serie di conferenze internazionali nell’ambito della tematica “Borders” (“Confini”)

I 25 istituti da 17 paesi partecipanti al Network sono distribuiti geograficamente in Europa e operano in base a principi di libertà di ricerca e di condivisione delle conoscenze.

Per rispondere in modo attivo alle limitazioni imposte dalla pandemia e con l’obiettivo di mettere in evidenza la qualità e la diversità delle ricerche condotte dalle istituzioni membri del NetIAS, il Network apre le sue porte a chiunque abbia interesse alle ricerche condotte negli istituti.

Con inizio giovedì 4 giugno, NetIAS darà il via a una serie di seminari e conferenze on-line denominata “European NetIAS lectures”. Le conferenze saranno presentate da studiosi e da visiting fellow sulla base di un intenso programma settimanale. La partecipazione è aperta a studenti, ricercatori, dottorandi e chiunque interessato a conoscere le più recenti ricerche e le riflessioni sui confini, vuoi geografici, politici, sociali, disciplinari, ecc.

La prima serie di conferenze europee è organizzata dall’Istituto di Studi Avanzati dell’Università di Bologna e prevede lezioni, oltre che da ISA Bologna, da ricercatori e ricercatrici degli Istituti di Studi Avanzati di Parigi, Helsinki, Aarhus, Delmenhorst, Budapest e Konstanz sulla base di un programma settimanale che si concluderà il 16 luglio.

Le registrazioni delle European NetIAS lectures sono disponibili sul canale YouTube dell'Università di Bologna (cliccare sui link sottostanti per accedere ai video):

Season 1

4/06 - "When food builds borders" European Netias Lecture by Ilaria Porciani, Department of History and Cultures, Institute of Advanced Studies, Bologna, Italy

11/06 - "What is a Boundary Good For? A Reconsideration through the Muslim-Jewish Musical Question in Algeria" European Netias Lecture by Jonathan Glasser, William and Mary University, Fellow at the Paris Institute for Advanced Study, Paris, France

18/06 - "The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Failure of Narrative Imagination" European Netias Lecture by Molly Andrews, Department of Social Sciences, University of East London, Fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Helsinki, Finland

25/06 - "Opening the borders of symptom management: Investigating circadian rhythms and light exposure in cancer patients" European Netias Lecture by Lisa M. Wu, Fellow at the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark

2/07 - "International Marine Expeditions Crossing Borders: notes from the Gulf of California" European Netias Lecture by Andreas Teske, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fellow at the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg Delmenhorst, Germany

9/07 - "Transgressive Materialities: The Afterlife of the World Trade Center" European Netias Lecture by Laszlo Muntean, Radbout University, Nijmegen, Fellow at the IAS CEU, Budapest, Hungary

16/07 - "Crossing the Borders of Chemistry and Biology for targeting the Corona Virus Proteases" European Netias Lecture by Thomas Bottcher, University of Konstanz, Research Fellow at the Zukunftskolleg, Konstanz, Germany

Season 2 (Le registrazioni delle European NetIAS lectures della seconda stagione sono a cura dell’IAS CEU e saranno rese disponibili sul canale YouTube dell'Università di Bologna non appena possibile)

8/10 - "Borders, Youth, Neoliberalism: How Global Sport Undermines and Strengthens National Borders" European Netias Lecture by Niko Besnier, Professor of Cultural Anthropology, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands

22/10 - "Spatial Perception and Genre Borders" European Netias Lecture by Merja Polvinen, Senior Lecturer in English Philology, University of Helsinki, Finland

5/11 - "Beyond the Borders of the Lab. Charmed Particles: a Novel about the Search for a Site for the Superconducting Super Collider (SSC)" European Netias Lecture by Chrissy Kolaya, University of Central Florida, USA

19/11 - "Learning a different language: Reading Shubhangi Swarup’s The Latitudes of Longing and Aimee Liu’s Glorious Boy in the context of anthropological documentation and the consolidation of the Indian nation state" by Dr. Arunima Bhattacharya

3/12 - "Hearing for All: Overcoming Borders in Acoustic Communication" European Netias Lecture by Birger Kollmeier, Professor and Chairperson, Medical Physics and Cluster of Excellence Hearing4All, Universität Oldenburg, Germany


Argomenti correlati

4/06 - "When food builds borders" European Netias Lecture by Ilaria Porciani, Department of History and Cultures, Institute of Advanced Studies, Bologna, Italy
4 giugno 2020
11/06 - "What is a Boundary Good For? A Reconsideration through the Muslim-Jewish Musical Question in Algeria" European Netias Lecture by Jonathan Glasser, William and Mary University, Fellow at the Paris Institute for Advanced Study, Paris, France
11 giugno 2020
18/06 - "The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Failure of Narrative Imagination" European Netias Lecture by Molly Andrews, Department of Social Sciences, University of East London, Fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Helsinki, Finland
18 giugno 2020
25/06 - "Opening the borders of symptom management: Investigating circadian rhythms and light exposure in cancer patients" European Netias Lecture by Lisa M. Wu, Fellow at the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark
25 giugno 2020
2/07 - "International Marine Expeditions Crossing Borders: notes from the Gulf of California" European Netias Lecture by Andreas Teske, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fellow at the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg Delmenhorst, Germany
2 luglio 2020
9/07 - "Transgressive Materialities: The Afterlife of the World Trade Center" European Netias Lecture by Laszlo Muntean, Radbout University, Nijmegen, Fellow at the IAS CEU, Budapest, Hungary
9 luglio 2020
16/07 - "Crossing the Borders of Chemistry and Biology for targeting the Corona Virus Proteases" European Netias Lecture by Thomas Bottcher, University of Konstanz, Research Fellow at the Zukunftskolleg, Konstanz, Germany
16 luglio 2020
8/10 - "Borders, Youth, Neoliberalism: How Global Sport Undermines and Strengthens National Borders" European Netias Lecture by Niko Besnier, Professor of Cultural Anthropology, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands
8 ottobre 2020
22/10 - "Spatial Perception and Genre Borders" European Netias Lecture by Merja Polvinen, Senior Lecturer in English Philology, University of Helsinki, Finland
22 ottobre 2020
5/11 - "Beyond the Borders of the Lab. Charmed Particles: a Novel about the Search for a Site for the Superconducting Super Collider (SSC)" European Netias Lecture by Chrissy Kolaya, University of Central Florida, USA
5 novembre 2020
19/11 - "Learning a different language: Reading Shubhangi Swarup’s The Latitudes of Longing and Aimee Liu’s Glorious Boy in the context of anthropological documentation and the consolidation of the Indian nation state" by Dr. Arunima Bhattacharya
19 novembre 2020
3/12 - "Hearing for All: Overcoming Borders in Acoustic Communication" European Netias Lecture by Birger Kollmeier, Professor and Chairperson, Medical Physics and Cluster of Excellence Hearing4All, Universität Oldenburg, Germany
3 dicembre 2020