The Marsilius Kolleg of Heidelberg University bridges the gap between sciences and humanities through meetings and joint projects, which in turn promotes understanding and cooperation between the sciences and the humanities. Founded in 2007, the Marsilius Kolleg is a central component of Heidelberg’s successful proposal granted by the Excellence Initiative, launched by the federal and state governments of Germany.
An interdisciplinary center, which investigates the complexity of human movement, began its work at the Rupert Carl University on February 1st. The Marsilius Kolleg issued an important impulse for the founding of the center - many of the scientists involved were contributors to the Marsilius project “Embodiment”.Read more...
of the Marsilius project "Verkörperung als Paradigma einer evolutionären Kulturanthropologie" April 06 - 08 2017: Formation of Embodied Memory
April 20 - 22 2017: Anthropology of Perception
April 27 - 29 2017: Medial Anthropology