Research Stays Abroad

Research Stays Abroad

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Belgium

Brussels: NUCLEUS Annual Conference. In June 2019.

Malta

University of Malta: NUCLEUS Annual Conference. In October 2018.

England

University of Oxford: Research Stay: Nietzsche and the Mediterranean Sea II. Invited by Prof. Peregrine Horden. In April 2018. This research stay has received funding from Prof. Peregrine Horden.

England

Nottingham City Council: Lecture tour: Smart Cities and Public Engagement in the context of Responsible Research and Innovation. Conference: "Smart Because of You" – Co-production between researchers and citizens in Nottingham Smart City. Invited by Jon Rea. In February 2018.

Spain

Universidad de Sevilla: Research Stay and Lecture Tour: La influencia de la cultura mediterránea en M. Heidegger. In January 2018.

Georgia

Ilia State University, Tbilisi: NUCLEUS Working Group Meeting. In June 2017.

Serbia

Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade: NUCLEUS Working Group Meeting. In March 2017.

England

University of Oxford and Royal Holloway University of London: Research Stay: Nietzsche and the Mediterranean Sea I. Invited by Prof. Peregrine Horden. In February 2017.

USA (New Hampshire)

Dartmouth College, Hanover: Lecture tour: Heidegger as a Mediterranean. Symposium: Critically Mediterranean: Aesthetics, Theory, Hermeneutics, Culture. Invited by Prof. Yasser Elhariry and Prof. Edwige Tamalet Talbayev. In November 2016.

France

L'Université de Lyon: NUCLEUS Annual Conference. In October 2016.

China

China Research Institute for Science Popularization (CRISP) und Beijing Association for Science and Technology: NUCLEUS fieldtrip. In September 2016.

Ireland

Dublin City University: NUCLEUS fieldtrip. In June 2016.

England

University of Oxford and Royal Holloway University of London: University of Oxford and Royal Holloway University of London: Research Stay: Heidegger as a Mediterranean. Invited by Prof. Peregrine Horden. In June 2016.

Scotland

University of Edinburgh: NUCLEUS fieldtrip. In December 2015.