Visiting Professors

Eugene N. White is the Distinguished Professor of Economics at Rutgers University and a Research Associate at the NBER.  Professor White has published extensively on the history of financial crises, bank regulation, stock and housing market...

Wednesday 11 April 2018, Wednesday 16 May 2018

 Conferences Practicing protest: A contribution to the sociology of simulation Tuesday 6 March 2018, 11:00-13:00 - CNRS - 43 boulevard Vauban, 78280 Guyancourt  „Law and judgement“ – within police practices In „Gesetz...

Tuesday 6 March 2018, Thursday 5 April 2018

Steven Nelson is Professor of African and African American Art and Director of the UCLA African Studies Center. He is currently the Treasurer of the National Committee for the History of Art and a member of the General Assembly of the...

Tuesday 6 March 2018, Thursday 29 March 2018

Robert S. Jansen is an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Michigan, in the United States. He is a comparative-historical sociologist with interests in politics, culture, and collective memory. His research has focused largely on...

Wednesday 7 March 2018, Wednesday 21 March 2018

ARQUEOLOGÍA DE LA REGIÓN HUASTECA Y LA REGIÓN DEL RÍO TAMPAÓN, ARQUEOLOGÍA DE LA REGIÓN HUASTECA Y LA REGIÓN DEL RÍO TAMPAÓN, SAN LUIS POTOSÍ, MÉXICO(cuatro sesiones)Definición arqueológica y ecológica de la región Huasteca: antecedentes• ...

Thursday 15 March 2018, Thursday 5 April 2018

Emar Maier received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from the Radboud University Nijmegen in 2006 with a thesis on the semantics of de re and de se attitude ascriptions. After working as postdoctoral researcher in Linguistics (Nijmegen) and Philosophy (ILLC/...

Thursday 8 February 2018, Thursday 15 March 2018

Amnon Raz-Krakotzkin, Ben Gurion University of the Negev. "Modernity, secularism, and nationalism. From Safed 16th century to Zionism, through the Mishna and the Bible" ConferencesThe Christian Ambivalence Towards the Jews, Secularism and...

Thursday 1 February 2018, Tuesday 20 February 2018

Zeynep Gönen is an independent scholar based in Izmir, Turkey. Her research focuses on the penal/security state, processes of criminalization, and different dimensions of the practices of security in contemporary societies, particularly Turkey. Her...

Monday 24 April 2017, Wednesday 10 May 2017

Marco Curatola Petrocchi is professor of History, Department of Humanities, and Director of the Andean Studies Program, Graduate School, at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú. He has been curator of South American Archaeology and Ethnology...

Thursday 15 February 2018, Tuesday 6 March 2018

Hyaeweol Choi is Professor of Korean Studies at Australian National University. She is the author of Gender and Mission Encounters in Korea: New Women, Old Ways (University of California Press, 2009), New Women in Colonial Korea (Routledge, 2013),...

Friday 10 March 2017, Friday 24 March 2017

Tyler Jo Smith (Oxford, D.Phil, 1997) is Associate Professor of Classical Archaeology, and Director of the Interdisciplinary Archaeology Program at the University of Virginia. Her primary areas of research include Greek vase-painting and...

Thursday 11 May 2017, Thursday 1 June 2017

 Conferences Race and Physical Anthropology in East-Central Europe, 1900-1945 Monday 11 April 2016, 17:00-19:00 - EHESS (room 1) - 190-198, avenue de France 75013 Paris Eugenics, Population and Biopolitics in East-Central Europe...

Monday 11 April 2016, Friday 27 May 2016

Hwansoo Kim is an Associate Professor of Korean Buddhism and Culture in the Department of Religious Studies with a joint appointment of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies Department at Duke University. He received his Ph.D. in the colonial history...

Friday 5 May 2017, Friday 19 May 2017

Frederick Neuhouser, who is professor of philosophy at Barnard College-Columbia University, specializes in German Idealism and social and political philosophy. He has written four books: Rousseau's Critique of Inequality (2014), Rousseau's Theodicy...

Thursday 27 April 2017, Wednesday 24 May 2017

 Conferences “A Nitroglycerin Apocalypse"This talk will explore the relationship between stabilized nitrates and states, from the formation of empires based on gunpowder in the fifteenth century to the role of nitroglycerin in destroying...

Wednesday 7 March 2018, Friday 23 March 2018

 Conferences Anglo-saxon models and theories of disability Tuesday 6 March 2018, 11:00-13:00, EHESS (room 2) - 105 Bd Raspail 75006 Paris Disability and sexualityTuesday 20 March 2018, 11:00-13:00, EHESS (room 2) - 105 Bd Raspail...

Tuesday 6 March 2018, Tuesday 27 March 2018

Helmut Reimitz studies the history of the early Middle Ages, a formative period for the history of the Christian West after the end of the Western Roman empire.  Between the fifth century and the end of the tenth century, the former...

Thursday 20 April 2017, Friday 12 May 2017

Ph.D. at Leiden University (1984) ; assistant and associate professor at Catholic University Nijmegen (1977-1997) ; professor at University of Amsterdam (1993-1997) ; senior researcher (1990-1999) and general director (2008-2012) at...

Monday 15 May 2017, Wednesday 31 May 2017

Cyrus Schayegh, Associate Professor at Princeton, will join the Graduate Institute, Geneva, this fall. He has inter alia authored The Middle East and the Making of the Modern World (Harvard UP, fall 2017). His current projects include “Globalization...

Thursday 18 May 2017, Thursday 1 June 2017

Francesco Gérali is a research professional specialized in the history of the early oil industry. He earned his Ph.D. in the history of science in 2009, and since then he worked as research fellow in academic libraries and special research...

Monday 14 November 2016, Friday 25 November 2016

Daud Ali is Associate Professor and Chair of the South Asian Studies Department, University of Pennsylvania. Using epigraphical and literary sources, with a critical perspective on the historiography and innovative theoretical approaches, he has...

Wednesday 7 June 2017, Thursday 15 June 2017

A specialist of the history of the relations between Iceland and the Soviet Union and a former journalist, Jón Ólafsson studied political philosophy at the University of Columbia, where he defended his doctoral thesis on John Dewey in 1999. He was...

Thursday 20 April 2017, Thursday 9 November 2017

Robert Rozehnal is an Associate Professor in the Department of Religion Studies and the founding Director of the Center for Global Islamic Studies at Lehigh University. He holds a Ph.D. in Islamic Studies from Duke University, and a M.A. in South...

Friday 2 June 2017, Wednesday 14 June 2017

Associate Professor, Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, University of Tokyo Conferences New Forms of Dalit Cultural Assertion: rejecting buffalo sacrifice in South India Madigas, one of the most discriminated former Untouchable...

Friday 10 November 2017, Monday 20 November 2017