Projects

CURRENT PROJECTS

COMPLETED PROJECTS

  • “Time and Intentionality”, funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2016). Collaborator: Maxime Doyon
  • “Visibility and Empathy: Philosophical Explorations of Human Intersubjectivity”, research project funded by Volkswagen Foundation (2014–2015), Mahindra Humanities Center, Harvard University.
  • “Embodiment as Paradigm for an Evolutionary Cultural Anthropology”, research project hosted by the Marsilius-Kolleg, University of Heidelberg (2012–2014). Collaborators: Gregor Etzelmüller, Thomas Fuchs, Grit Schwarzkopf, Klaus Tanner, Michael Welker
  • “Anthropology and Ethics”, research network funded by the German Excellence Initiative (2012–2014), University of Heidelberg. Collaborators: Gregor Etzelmüller, Thomas Fuchs, Grit Schwarzkopf, Klaus Tanner, Michael Welker
  • “Normativity in Perception: Phenomenological, Analytical, and Psychopathological Perspectives”, research project funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2013). Collaborators: Maxime Doyon, Ian Gold, Hans-Helmuth Gander, Thomas Fuchs
  • “Anthropology of Intersubjectivity” (2011–2013), University of Freiburg, research project funded by the Elite Programme for Postdocs of the Baden-Württemberg Foundation and Hermann Paul School of Linguistics (HPSL).
  • “The Brain as a Social Organ” (2011–2012), University of Heidelberg, research project funded by Volkswagen Foundation. Collaborators: Thomas Fuchs, Monika Dullstein, Andreas Mayer
  • “New Interdisciplinary Anthropology: Body – Mind – Culture” (2012), University of Heidelberg, summer academy funded by the Marsilius-Kolleg and BASF SE. Collaborators: Gregor Etzelmüller, Thomas Fuchs, Grit Schwarzkopf, Klaus Tanner, Michael Welker
  • “Indexing Authenticity: Perspectives from Linguistics and Anthropology” (2011), research project funded by the Freiburg Institute for Advanced Studies (FRIAS). Collaborators: Véronique Lacoste, Jacob Leimgruber
  • CyberAnthropology – Being Human on the Internet” (2011), research project, University of Freiburg and Humboldt University of Berlin. Collaborators: Johanna Sprondel, Maren Wehrle
  • Attention – Perspectives from Phenomenology and Cognitive Psychology” (2007–2010), research project, University of Freiburg. Collaborators: Hans-Helmuth Gander, Gerhard Strube, Maren Wehrle