Université de Strasbourg

Past events

Lecture by Serge Haroche during International Congress of Mathematical Physics (ICMP)

From July 1, 2024 until July 6, 2024
Palais de la Musique et des Congrès - Place de Bordeaux, Strasbourg

Professor Serge Haroche, from the Collège de France and the École normale supérieure of Paris, will give a public lecture on Saturday 6 July 2024, entitled “The usefulness of useless knowledge:...[more]

Lecture - The Lady of Elephantine

June 27, 2024
From 20:00 until 23:00
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York (US)

As part of the Charles K. Wilkinson Lecture Series "Feminizing the Landscape: The Female Form in the Ancient Near East, Egypt, and the Islamic World", Professor Frédéric Colin is one of the three...[more]

Book, codex and portable library: manuscript 2119 of Strasbourg's National and University Library

June 18, 2024
From 14:30 until 17:00
Salle de formation, BNU, Strasbourg

By Marie-Sophie Winter, 2023 Fellow Followed by a guided tour of the Bibliothèque Nationale et Universitaire (BNU). The seminar will be bilingual in French and English. From April 2024 to April...[more]

International Colloquium - Queer Antiquity: History, Reception, Creation

From May 22, 2024 until May 24, 2024
Strasbourg (FR)

The colloquium and a doctoral workshop are organised by Sandra Boehringer (Archaeology and Ancient History: Mediterranean-Europe - ArcHiMedE) and Todd Reeser (University of Pittsburgh, USA and 2021...[more]

Fellows Seminar - France’s first vaccine campaign

May 21, 2024
From 12:00 until 14:30
MISHA, Strasbourg

By Meghan Roberts, 2023 Fellow In the 18th century, smallpox was one of Europe’s deadliest and most feared diseases. Inspired by Turkish and African practitioners, Europeans had practiced...[more]

Exchanges on the book by Petros Stangos - The making of European social jurisprudence

May 14, 2024
From 17:00 until 19:00
Agora, Conseil de l'Europe, Strasbourg (FR)

During his Fellowship at USIAS, Professor Petros Stangos worked on a book project entitled ‘In the making of the European social jurisprudence - the 'collective complaints' decisions of the European...[more]

Fellows Seminar - Biocrystallography: from the DNA double helix to molecular cinema

April 11, 2024
From 15:00 until 16:30
MISHA, Strasbourg

By Claude Sauter, 2021 Fellow Since the 1960s, crystallography has made a decisive contribution to the development of molecular biology thanks to its ability to reveal the innermost secrets of...[more]

Public lecture: Memory laws - Using the past to serve the present

March 22, 2024
From 15:00 until 16:30
Salle de conférence, ISIS, Strasbourg (FR)

Nikolay Koposov The speaker, Nikolay Koposov, is a Distinguished Professor of the Practice in the School of History and Sociology and the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at the...[more]












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