CFP: Princeton-Bucharest Virtual Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy Spring 2022

The Princeton-Bucharest Virtual Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy is calling for panel proposals for the spring term program, which will extend from February to May 2022. We will continue to meet on Tuesdays, 1PM Princeton time/7PM Bucharesttime; our meetings last for two hours. Interested presenters are encouraged to submit proposals for joint sessions (panel discussions, mini-workshop format), encompassing 2 or 3 papers. In our experience […]

ICUB Humanities fellowships, November 2021

ICUB Humanities is happy to announce two new Fellowships for young researchers awarded in the November 2021 panel meeting: Petre Maican, How Can I Be Perfect? A Balthasarian Account of Perfection for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities, fellowship for 12 months Andrei Dan Sorescu, Jewish “Conquest”, Jewish “Colonisation”: The Continental Feedback Loops of Nineteenth Century European […]

Recent Advances in Digital Humanities

Place: Bucharest, public online conference at: Date: 29 October 2021, 9.00-18.00 Organizers: Faculty of Foreign Languages, Faculty of History, Digital Humanities Research Centre, University of Bucharest Digital Humanities grow in popularity at an unprecedented speed, while digital methods and tools in all domains of Humanities are exploding. Therefore, it becomes a necessity for scholars within […]

Responsibility Matters Workshop Series: AI & Moral Responsibility

Responsibility Matters Workshop Series (RMWS) invites academics, researchers, industry practitioners, policy makers and NGO representatives to share research findings, prospective projects, field analysis or broad societal concerns revolving around the topic of responsibility. The year-based event is a forum for open debate of ideas and proposals coming from various research fields as diverse as philosophy, law, […]

ICUB Humanities fellowships, May 2021

ICUB Humanities is happy to announce the fellowships and grants awarded in the May 2021 panel meeting: ICUB Fellowships for young researchers: Laura Demeter, The Orthodox Church and Heritage Politics in Communist Romania and after 1989 Corina Mavrodin, Romania, Petro-Diplomacy and the Third World: Building Strength through Peripheral Relationships in the Global Cold War Andrei […]

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