European NetIAS Lecture Series on the theme of Borders.
In order to respond proactively to the current situation and to the restrictions imposed by the pandemic and in order to showcase the quality and diversity of the research conducted in its member institutes, the Network opens its doors to all interested in the research conducted at our Institutes and interested in timely discussions. The 25 Institutes from 17 European countries participating in the Network operate on the basis of a Europe-wide geographical distribution on common principles of freedom of research and knowledge sharing.
The series of joint weekly lectures --The European NetIAS Lectures--started in June 2020, and restarts from October 8 to December 3, 2020 from 5 to 6 p.m., featuring renowned scholars from a variety of disciplines, approaches, and thematic interests. Delivered online, participation is open to students, researchers, and anyone interested in the latest international research and new thinking on borders.
When Food builds Borders
ILARIA PORCIANI, Professor of Contemporary History, Department of History and Cultures, University of Bologna, Fellow at the ISA, Bologna, Italy
What is a Boundary Good For? A Reconsideration through the Muslim-Jewish Musical Question in Algeria
JONATHAN GLASSER, Associate Professor of Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, William and Mary University, Fellow at the Paris Institute for Advanced Study, Paris, France
The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Failure of Narrative Imagination
MOLLY ANDREWS, Professor of Political Psychology, Department of Social Sciences, and Co-director of the Centre for Narrative Research, University of East London; Jane and Aatos Erkko Professor (2019–20), Fellow at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Helsinki, Finland
Opening the Borders of Symptom Management: Investigating Circadian Rhythms and Light Exposure in Cancer Patients
LISA M. WU, Fellow at the Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark
International Marine Expeditions Crossing Borders: Notes from the Gulf of California
ANDREAS TESKE, Professor of Marine Microbiology, Department of Marine Sciences, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Fellow at the Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg Delmenhorst, Germany
Transgressive Materialities: The Afterlife of the World Trade Center
LASZLO MUNTEAN, Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies and American Studies at Radbout University, Nijmegen, Fellow at the IAS CEU, Budapest, Hungary.
Crossing the Borders of Chemistry and Biology for targeting the Corona Virus Proteases
THOMAS BÖTTCHER, Research Group Leader, Department of Chemistry, University of Konstanz, Research Fellow at the Zukunftskolleg, Konstanz, Germany