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14 07, 2022

Parallel lives: from Brussels to Cambridge, the brilliant journey of our Alumnae Camille Terfve and Amélie Deblauwe

2022-07-14T10:56:44+02:0014 July 2022|

It is a happy coincidence that two former Wiener-Anspach Fellows – who left Brussels to study in Cambridge in the same year and ended up working there – are featured in two recently published articles. In 2009-2010 Camille Terfve was granted a Wiener-Anspach postgraduate fellowship to complete an MPhil [...]

4 07, 2022

Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control: lecture by David Howey, copromoter of a ULB-Oxford project supported by the Foundation

2022-07-14T11:02:21+02:004 July 2022|

In the framework of the 41st Benelux Meeting on Systems and Control (5-7 July, Brussels), Professor David Howey (University of Oxford) delivered a lecture enitled “Data-driven battery health diagnosis in real-world applications”. David Howey is Professor of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford and Tutorial Fellow at St Hilda’s [...]

30 06, 2022

A month rich in academic appointments for the Wiener-Anspach Foundation’s Alumni

2022-07-05T12:41:53+02:0030 June 2022|

We were delighted to learn that in June several Wiener-Anspach Alumni were appointed to the following academic positions. Six of them have obtained a FNRS Postdoctoral Researcher Fellowship: David Bauman (PhD in Biology and 2018-2020 Postodoctoral Fellow in Oxford) with a project entitled “Tropical tree growth sensitivity to climate and neighbourhood [...]

20 06, 2022

Our Oxford-based Fellow Héritier Mesa publishes an article in the journal Cahiers d’Études africaines

2022-09-13T11:54:31+02:0020 June 2022|

Héritier Mesa, PhD student in Social and Labour Sciences, was granted a Wiener-Anspach Fellowship in 2021-2022 to carry out part of his doctoral research at the University of Oxford, under the supervision of Prof. David Pratten (School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography). As part of his fellowship, he recently published [...]

17 05, 2022

Leana Derard receives the Ganshof van der Meersch Prize at the award ceremony of the ULB Faculty of Law and Criminology

2022-05-27T12:35:13+02:0017 May 2022|

The Wiener-Anspach Foundation was delighted to attend the award ceremony organised by the ULB Faculty of Law and Criminology on April 28, 2022. On this occasion, the Foundations’s Executive Director, Kristin Bartik, presented Leana Derard with the 2020-2021 Ganshof van der Meersch Prize. Created in 1994 to honour the [...]

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 [...]

20 04, 2022

Our Fellow Virginie Arantes presents a paper on “marketing green nationalism in China” at the 2022 ECPR Joint Sessions of workshops

2022-04-20T11:08:56+02:0020 April 2022|

From April 19 to April 22 the European Consortium for Political research is welcoming – at the University of Edinburgh and online – over 400 scholars to its annual Joint sessions of workshops. Our Fellow Virginie Arantes is taking part in the workshop “Marketing Authoritarian Practices at Home and [...]

13 04, 2022

Now available online: Paul Betts’ lecture at ULB “A Re-Civilising Mission: The Cultural Reconstruction of Europe after 1945”

2022-04-14T12:14:10+02:0013 April 2022|

“How civilisation will be drafted to narrate politic fear and majoritarian identity in Europe remains an open question, but it continues to animate and define a continent that feels under threat.” Paul Betts, Professor of Modern European Histoy at St Antony’s College (University of Oxford), is the holder of [...]

6 04, 2022

“Theatres of Belief: Music and Conversion in the Early Modern City”, a new book resulting from a ULB-Cambridge collaboration

2022-04-07T12:39:45+02:006 April 2022|

“Crossing Borders, Defining States: Confession, Music and Territoriality in the Southern Netherlands and the Principality of Liège (c. 1500-1650)” was the first collaborative research project supported by the Wiener-Anspach Foundation in the field of musicology, from 2014 to 2017. Led by Professors Marie-Alexis Colin (Université libre de Bruxelles) and Iain [...]

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