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You will find here all the news related to our former Fellows. Do not hesitate to inform our Communications Officer, Francesca Spinelli (, about your activities, publications…

11 05, 2022

“Tuberous collectivities”, an international workshop organised in Cambridge with the support of the Wiener-Anspach Foundation

2022-05-11T12:34:16+02:0011 May 2022|

With the support of the Foundation, Olivia Angé (Professor of Economic Anthropology at the Université libre de Bruxelles and Wiener-Anspach Alumna) traveled to Cambridge on the occasion of the workshop “Tuberous Collectivities” (Jesus College, 14 and 15 March 2022), which she convened with David Nally (Senior Lecturer and Historical Geographer [...]

23 12, 2021

New publications by our Alumni Jean Vanden Broeck-Parant, Katie Johnston and Coraline Jortay

2023-06-08T10:31:25+02:0023 December 2021|

Jean Vanden Broeck-Parant (PhD in Art History and Archaeology, ULB) was a Wiener-Anspach Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Oxford from 2017 to 2019. During his research stay, he organised a workshop entitled 'Ancient Architectural Repairs in the Greek World' (28 February-1 March 2019, Wolfson College), an event supported by [...]

10 11, 2021

Sinophone literature and linguistic history in focus: An interview with Coraline Jortay on research and translation

2021-11-10T12:06:41+01:0010 November 2021|

In 2020/2021 Coraline Jortay (PhD in Languages, Literature and Translation Studies, ULB), was granted a Wiener-Anspach postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Oxford, where she undertook a research project entitled “You, (Un)gendered: Literary Fates of China’s Most Popular ‘Useless’ Pronoun (1927-1956)”, under the supervision of Dr Jennifer Altehenger (Faculty [...]

29 07, 2021

Congratulations to our Alumni Corentin Caudron, Christophe Delaere, Martin Deleixhe, Blagoje Oblak, Guillaume Schweicher and Jean Vanden Broeck-Parant

2021-07-29T11:48:54+02:0029 July 2021|

We would like to join Annemie Schaus, Rector of the Université libre de Bruxelles, in congratulating “the amazing researchers who have recently been selected to join the ULB academic staff”. Three of them are former Fellows of the Wiener-Anspach Foundation: Corentin Caudron (PhD in Sciences, 2015/2016 Fellow in Cambridge), Martin [...]

21 06, 2021

Publication of the proceedings of the international symposium “L’Éristique : Définitions, caractérisations et historicité”

2021-10-11T12:24:14+02:0021 June 2021|

Back in 2016, the Wiener-Anspach Foundation was among the sponsors of the international symposium "L’Éristique : Définitions, caractérisations et historicité", convened by Wiener-Anspach Alumnus Sylvain Delcomminnette (Professor of Ancient Philosophy at the Université libre de Bruxelles) and Dr Geneviève Lachance (Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Gent). The speakers [...]

11 06, 2021

June 15 – Two seminars with our Alumni Martin Deleixhe and Tristan Storme, members of the Centre for Political Theory (ULB)

2021-06-11T13:49:17+02:0011 June 2021|

Tuesday 15 June, 4 pm In the framework of the seminar “Dialogues autour d’Alexandre Kojève”, Dr Tristan Storme will give a presentation entitled “Kojève à Plettenberg. En dialogue avec Carl Schmitt, autour de la dialectique hégélienne et de l’ordre mondial après 1945”. In 2011/2012 Dr Storme was granted a postdoctoral [...]

9 06, 2021

June 14 – “Why private property?”, a symposium organised with the support of the Wiener-Anspach Foundation

2021-06-09T13:18:36+02:009 June 2021|

On June 14, 2021 the Université Bordeaux-Montaigne will host the second part of the online international symposium “Why private property?”, convened by Prof. Pierre Crétois (Université Bordeaux-Montaigne), Wiener-Anspach Alumnus Eric Fabri (Université libre de Bruxelles) and Prof. Cécile Laborde (University of Oxford). This event, which addresses the question of how [...]

23 04, 2021

The importance of being eclectic: An interview with our Alumnus Peter Coveney, Director of the Centre for Computational Science at UCL

2021-04-26T10:04:56+02:0023 April 2021|

In 1985 Peter Coveney came to the ULB to work with Nobel laureate Ilya Prigogine, from whom he acquired an interdisciplinary approach to scientific research. He now leads several projects in the field of supercomputing and has developed what he calls a “Brexit mitigation strategy“. This interview, granted in [...]

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