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Two new books on human rights have recently been published by one of our partner organizations, Mohr Siebeck.
Giovanni Tortoriello investigates the influence of Pico della Mirandola’s thought on the Reformation and the debates of human freedom and will in the 16th century. In his introduction he tells more about his study and his experiences as an ESR in Halle.
This study course is designed to help PhD fellows produce high-quality scientific articles and monographs. It is open to all PhD students from Denmark and abroad and covers different aspects of academic writing and publication.
Morten Koch Møller studies the theological anthropology of Origen and Augustine at Charles University in Prague. In this report, he presents his research topic and his experiences with life in the capital of the Czech Republic.
Three ESRs attended a conference at the University of Utrecht on “The Future of Human Dignity.” Renze Klamer, Johannes Renders and Josh Roe returned to Johannes’ alma mater to partake in three intense days of discussing Human Dignity in a philosophical, juridical and human rights contexts. Click on the link to read a short impression.
Karen Felter was one of the ESRs participating in the ITN's first network-wide seminar in Kent, England, in August. Click the link to read the short report on her experiences.
The ESRs from Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster have prepared a video presentation of their research projects. Follow the link and watch Karen Felter, Josh Roe, and Elisa Zocchi in action:
The June newsletter from Etikos (in Danish) contains an article written by one of the ITN partners, Christina Busk, and a presentation of one of the ESRs, Renze Klamer, who is going to be working closely together with Etikos.
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