January 18, 2023 Seminar
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PHILAPS. Philosophy, History, Literature, Anthropology, Politics, Sociology

The interdisciplinary PHILAPS seminar is an open space for academic exchange between social scientists and humanities scholars across Eurasia. We hope to address diverse intellectual challenges transcending disciplinary boundaries. That said PHILAPS would by no means ignore present national and political ruptures. Trustful dialogue starts with engaged talking through attitudes, approaches, and data accumulated within particular research projects. Seminar participants are brought together by attentiveness to different languages both academically and literally.

Regular PHILAPS sessions are held every third week till June 2023 starting on January 18th at 17.30 CET

This seminar is now envisaged in a form of a structured discussion of paper drafts, book chapters,
manuscripts, research ideas as presented by the participants. However, that might evolve due to the
received feedback.

The seminar working languages are Belarusian, German, French, English, Russian, Ukrainian or other
languages depending on the participants.

Organizers: Timur Atnashev (TU Dresden), Vasilisa Borzova (independent scholar), Vladislav Kalinin
(independent scholar), Peter Safronov (University of Amsterdam)

The seminar is supported by the University of New Europe, Institute of Slavic Studies at Technische Universität Dresden and the Theodor Schanin Centre.

To register for the PHILAPS sessions please contact Peter Safronov.