• Mk-buecke

    The Marsilius-Kolleg wishes everyone a good semester start and a successful wintersemester 2019/20.

  • Mk-buecke

    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.

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    Marsilius Lecture:
    Europa, deine Menschenrechte

    On January 30, 2020 Angelika Nußberger gave the Marsilius-Lecture on Human rights.

  • Mk Studienplakat Ss20 A3 020320

    'BRIDGE'-SEMINARS 2020
    The 'bridge'-seminars for the summer term 2020 have been confirmed and can be seen here.

 

Events

  • Marsilius Lecture: Europe, your human rights

    Public lecture with Prof. Dr. Angelika Nußberger – law, University of Köln .
    Thursday, Januar 30, 2020, 16.00 h
    Location: Lecture Hall of Old Heidelberg University
  • Workshops Science Communication

    Springer Nature Visiting Professorship - Dagmar Röhrlich
    ​In November 2019 and January 2020 Dagmar Röhrlich will conduct 8 workshops regarding the topic. Here you can finde a list of the workshops and dates.
  • My genome for scientific research and also for me?

    EURAT-Statement regarding the publishing of Raw data collected in genomic research
    Presentation of the statement: Eva Winkler with an panel discussion afterwards; Moderation: Irina Idler
    Wednesday, December 11, 2019, 17.00 h
    Location: Marsilius-Kolleg, Lecture Hall, Im Neuenheimer Feld 130.1, 69120 Heidelberg

Publications

Mediathek

YouTube

Marsilius Lectures

Marsilius kontrovers

Mediathek

Here, you can find video recordings of lectures, projects, symposia, and media coverage about the Marsilius Kolleg.

Marsilius-Project

Laufende Projekte
 
 
 
Press Release:
Early Childhood in the 20th Century:
Participants for interviews wanted.

Researchers study interaction with infants from a historical perspective.

Room Rental

The Marsilius Kolleg stands for exchange within the scientific community and with external partners. Rooms in Building INF 130.1 (across from the DKFZ) may be rented for related events. Read More...

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