Université de Strasbourg

Past events

Fellows Seminar - Unfolding the early modern page: Moveable bodies and paper engineering

May 20, 2021
From 12:30 until 14:00

By Lianne Habinek, 2019 Fellow This talk explores how readers interacted with printed books from the 16th through the 18th centuries in England and on the Continent. This period saw a wealth of...[more]

Fellows Seminar - Nanoarchitectonics for the spectroscopic study of the reaction mechanism of proteins

April 20, 2021
From 12:30 until 14:00

By Petra Hellwig, 2018 Fellow Membrane proteins are essential to crucial processes such as membrane transport, signaling, respiration and photosynthesis. It is estimated that, in the next century,...[more]

Fellows Seminar – Deciphering the innate immune response: lessons from drosophila genetics

March 25, 2021
From 12:30 until 14:00

By Nicolas Matt, 2018 Fellow In metazoans (multicellular animal organisms), protection against microorganisms involves both passive and active lines of defence. In insects, the chitinous outer...[more]

Fellows Seminar – Invective poetry and archaic Greek social politics

February 9, 2021
From 15:30 until 17:00

By Kirk Ormand, 2020 Fellow The 7th and 6th centuries BCE in Greece were a time of important social and political change.  During this period, we see the rise of Greek city-states (poleis), and,...[more]

Fellows Seminar - Communism, Space and Trans-Species Kinship: Two Cold War Histories

January 14, 2021
From 17:00 until 18:15

By Tijana Vujosevic, 2018 Fellow When we think about kinship, we think about real as well as fictional biological connections that shape how we relate to each other. Kinship defines whom we...[more]

Fellows Seminar - Cold War climate engineering

December 10, 2020
From 15:30 until 17:00
Salle de Table ronde, MISHA

By Matthias Dörries, 2018 Fellow Climate engineering, the deliberate large-scale manipulation of the Earth’s climate, is currently in vogue. A recent New York Times article listed numerous,...[more]

Fellows Seminar - Classifying flat and Higgs bundles, a tale of two spaces

November 5, 2020
From 12:30 until 14:00

By Florent Schaffhauser, 2018 Fellow Equivalences and correspondences of varied kinds are everywhere in mathematics: we appreciate knowing how and when we can identify two objects, and this forms a...[more]

Second lockdown in France

From October 30, 2020 until December 1, 2020

The USIAS office can still be reached by email during the lockdown related to the coronavirus pandemic.[more]

France 2030