Who Are We?

Self-identity, Social Cognition, and Collective Intentionality

The project will investigate what it means to feel, think, and act as part of a we. Its guiding hypothesis is that a systematic account of the we must be embedded in a more comprehensive investigation of selfhood and social cognition.

The project will systematically develop this hypothesis by combining cross-disciplinary theorizing with historical scholarship. In particular, it will draw on seminal contributions from classical phenomenology. In addition to philosophers, the project will also involve social scientists (from social anthropology, sociology, social psychology, political theory etc.).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The project will be supported by an international expert panel composed of: 

 

 

Forthcoming

Ingerslev, L.R.: What the Experience of Transience Tells Us About the Afterlife. In TheoLogica, SI: Death and the Afterlife, (eds.) M. Sławkowski-Rode and D. Came. Online first: https://doi.org/10.14428/thl.v8i1.67743

Szanto, T.: "Feelings of Belonging and Feeling Solidarity: Two Forms of Social Cohesion?" In: D. Petherbridge, and L. Dolezal (eds.). The Phenomenology of Belonging. Albany: SUNY Press. 

 

Szanto, Thomas: "Collective Intentionality as a Concept in Phenomenology." In: N. de Warren, and T. Toadvine (eds.). Encyclopedia of Phenomenology. Cham: Springer.

Zahavi, D.: I, You, and We: Beyond Individualism and Collectivism. Australasian Philosophical Review, in press.

Zahavi, D., Zelinsky, D.: Experience, Subjectivity, Selfhood: Beyond a Meadian Sociology of the Self. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, online first: https://doi.org/10.1111/jtsb.12396

2024

Hedges, T. (2024). Expectation and judgment: towards a phenomenology of discrimination. Continental Philosophy Review, 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11007-023-09624-0

2023

Hedges, T. (2023). We and us: The power of the third for the first-person plural. European Journal of Philosophy, 1–14. https://doi.org/10.1111/ejop.1291914

Meindl, P., Zahavi, D.: "From communication to communalization: A Husserlian account." Continental Philosophy Review 56/3, 2023, 343-359.

Meindl, P., Szanto, T., Zahavi, D. (eds.): Husserl and Community. Special issue of Continental Philosophy Review 56/3, 2023, 335-504.

Montes Sánchez, A. & Salice, A. (eds.): Emotional Self-Knowledge. London, New York: Routledge, 2023.

Montes Sánchez, A. & Salice, A. "Introduction." In Montes Sánchez, A. & Salice, A (eds.), Emotional Self-Knowledge (pp.1-13). London, New York: Routledge, 2023.

Montes Sánchez, A. & Salice, A.: "Self-understanding and moral self-improvement in individual shame and shame based on group identification." In Fussi, A. & Rodogno, R. (eds.), The Moral Psychology of Shame. Rowman and Littlefield, 2023.

Morgan, B., Rokotnitz, N., Budelmann, F., Zahavi, D.: "I and We: Hannah Arendt, Participatory Plurality, and the Literary Scaffolding of Collective Intentionality." Interdisciplinary Literary Studies 25/2, 2023, 235–264.

Osler, L., Zahavi, D.: Sociality and embodiment: Online communication during and after Covid-19. Foundations of Science, 28, 2023, 1125-1142.

Salice, A. & Montes Sánchez, A.: "Envy, Racial Hatred and Self-Deception." In Montes Sánchez, A. & Salice, A (eds.), Emotional Self-Knowledge (pp. 188-208). London, New York: Routledge, 2023.

Stephan, C., and C. J. Throop: “Anthropological Phenomenology and the Eventive Ground.” In Horizons of Phenomenology, edited by Jeff Yoshimi, Philip Walsh, and Patrick Londen, 337–55. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2023.

Stephan, C., Flaherty, D.: “A Phenomenology of Anticipation: Culture, Social Distribution, and Collectivity.” In: R. Staupe-Delgado and M. G. Bartoszewicz (eds.). Reducing Risks vol. 4: Disaster Futures and Anticipations. Singapore: World Scientific, in press.

Szanto, T.: Epistemically Exploitative Bullshit. A Sartrean AccountEuropean Journal of Philosophy, 31(3), 2023, 711–730.

Szanto, T., Montes Sánchez, A.: Imaginary Communities, Normativity and Recognition: A New Look at Social Imaginaries. Phänomenologische Forschungen, Beihefte 5, 2023, 197-218.

Szanto, T.: "Husserl on the state: A critical appraisal." Continental Philosophy Review 56/3, 2023, 419-442.

Szanto, T., Meindl, P., Zahavi, D.: "Introduction: Husserl and community." Continental Philosophy Review 56/3, 2023, 335-341.

Throop, C. J., and Stephan, C.: “Husserlian Horizons: Moods in Yap.” In Philosophy on Fieldwork: Case Studies in Anthropological Analysis, 284–301. New York, N.Y: Routledge, 2023.

Zahavi, D. "Observation, Interaction, Communication: The Role of the Second Person." Aristotelian Society Supplementary Volume 97/1, 2023, 82-103.

Zahavi, D.: "Empathy, Alterity, Morality." In M. Englander & S. Ferrarello (eds.): Empathy and Ethics (pp. 489-500). Rowman & Littlefield, 2023.

Zahavi, D., Dolezal, L.: "What is "we"? Dan Zahavi in conversation with Luna Dolezal." In A. Morgan (eds.): What matters most: Conversations on the Art of Living (pp. 61-69). Agenda Publishing, 2023.

Zahavi, D.: "Group-identification, collectivism, and perspectival autonomy." The Southern Journal of Philosophy 61 (suppl. 1), 2023, 66-77.

2022

Zahavi, D.: "Individuality and community: The limits of social constructivism.Ethos: Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology 50/4, 2022, 392-409.

Szanto, T. "Sacralizing Hostility: Fanaticism as a Group-Based Affective Mechanism." In M. Staudigl, H. B. Schmid, L. Townsend, and R. R. Tietjen (Eds.): Confronting Fanaticism. Theoretical and Applied Perspectives (pp. 184–212). London, New York: Routledge 2002.

León, F., Zandersen, M., Meindl, P., Zahavi, D.: "The distinction between second-person and third-person relations and its relevance for the psychiatric diagnostic interview"  In M. Biondi, A. Picardi, M. Pallagrosi, L. Fonzi (eds.): The Clinician in the Psychiatric Diagnostic Process (pp. 51-69). Springer: Cham.

León, F.: "Attention in Joint Attention: From Selection to Prioritization". In M. Wehrle, D. D'Angelo, & E. Solomonova (Eds.), Access and Mediation. Transdisciplinary Perspectives on Attention. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2022, pp. 65-90.  

2021

Meindl, P.: "From the Thou to the We: Rediscovering Martin Buber’s Account of Communal Experiences". Human Studies 44 (3), 2021, 413-431.
 
Nguyen, C., Salmela, M., & von Scheve, C.: From specific worries to generalized anger: the emotional dynamics of right-wing political populism. In M.T. Oswald (Ed.), Palgrave Handbook of Populism (pp. 145-160). Palgrave Macmillan, 2021.

Salmela, M., & Capelos, T.: "Ressentiment: A Complex Emotion or an Emotional Mechanism of Psychic Defences?" Politics and Governance, 9(3), 2021, 191-203.
 
León, F.: "Collective Intentionality, We-identity, and the Role of Narratives in the Constitution of Friendship". In J. Noller (ed.), The Unity of a Person: Philosophical Perspectives. New York: Routledge, 2021, 185-206.
 
Szanto, T.: "Can it Be or Feel Right to Hate? On the Appropriateness and Fittingness of Hatred". Philosophy and Society 32(3), 2021, 341–368.
 
Osler, L., Szanto, T.: "Political Emotions and Political Atmospheres”. In D. Trigg (Ed.). Shared Emotions and Atmospheres. London, New York: Routledge, 2021, 162–188.
 
Salmela, M. & Capelos, T.: "Ressentiment: A Complex Emotion or an Emotional Mechanism of Psychic Defences?" Politics and Governance 9(3), 2021, 191-203.
 
Zahavi, D.: "We in me or me in we? Collective intentionality and selfhood". Journal of Social Ontology 7/1, 2021, 1-20.
 
Szanto, T.: "Hass und die negative Dialektik affektiver Herabsetzung." Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie, 69/3, 2021, 422–437.
 
León, F.: "Joint Attention Without Recursive Mindreading: On the Role of Second-Person Engagement". Philosophical Psychology, 34(4), 2021, 550-580.
 
Overgaard, S. and Salice, A.: “Consciousness, Belief, and the Group Mind Hypothesis”. Synthese 198, 2021, 1597-1621.
 
Salice, A., Henriksen, M.G.: "Disturbances of Shared Intentionality in Schizophrenia and Autism." Frontiers in Psychiatry 11, 2021, 570597.
 
Gallagher, S., Zahavi, D.: The Phenomenological Mind. 3rd edition. London: Routledge, 2021. (p. 294).

2020

Szanto, T.: "Phenomenology and Social Theory". In P. Kivisto (ed.): The Cambridge Handbook of Social Theory. Volume I: A Contested Canon. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020, 292–316.

Szanto, T.: "Why should we give a damn?" The Philosopher 108/4, 2020, 32-37.

Zahavi, D.: "We and I". The Philosopher 108/4, 2020, 19-24.

León, F.: "For-me-ness, For-us-ness, and the We-relationship". Topoi, 39/3, 2020, 547-558.

Szanto, T.: "Imaginative Resistance and Empathic Resistance". Topoi 39/4, 2020, 791–802.

Szanto, T.: "In Hate We Trust: On the Habitualization and Collectivization of Hatred". Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, 2020, 19/3, 453–480.

Szanto, T. & Landweer, H. (eds.): The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology of Emotions. London, New York: Routledge, 2020.

Szanto, T. & Slaby, J.: "Political Emotions". In Szanto, T. & Landweer, H. (eds.): The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology of Emotions. London, New York: Routledge, 2020, 478-492.

Szanto, T. & Landweer, H.: "Introduction: The Phenomenology of Emotions - Beyond ‘What it is like to Feel’". In Szanto, T. & Landweer, H. (eds.): The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology of Emotions. London, New York: Routledge, 2020, 1-37.

Zahavi, D.: "Shame". In T. Szanto & H. Landweer (eds.): The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology of Emotions. London: Routledge, 2020, 349-357.
 
Szanto, T. & Moran, D.: "Edith Stein". In: Edward N. Zalta (Ed.): Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Spring 2020 Edition), (pp. 1-73), 2020.

 

 

 

2023

10.11. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"How minimal can it get?" Interaction, communication, and (deep) disagreements: Varieties of we. St. Hilda's College, University of Oxford, UK.

08.11. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"Being you - or not." Fiction and Other Minds. University of Oxford, UK.

26.10.2023 - Daniel Gyollai
"Collective Forgetting: A Phenomenological Perspective." Issues in Philosophy of Memory (IPM) 3.5. The Philosophy of Memory Organization.

13.10. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"Communal being together: Aron Gurwitsch and Iris Marion Young." Aron Gurwitsch Memorial Lecture. 61st Annual meeting of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy. Toronto, Canada.

10.10. 2023 – Sophie Loidolt & Dan Zahavi
"The political Husserl: Idealist politics and communal spirit" (Together with S. Loidolt). Fordham University, New York, USA.

05.10.2023 - Daniel Gyollai
"Whatever happened to Hungarian freedom fighters? Dissociative collective identity and the phenomenology of forgetting." Us and Them: Phenomenological Perspectives in Dialogue. University of Copenhagen, Denmark.

22.09. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"You!" Plenary talk. Beunruhigungen der Normalität. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschung. Heidelberg, Germany.

09.09.2023 - Daniel Gyollai
"Whatever happened the Hungarian freedom fighters? Narratives, collective forgetting, and intergroup hostility." Eurocrim 2023 – 23rd Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology. Florence, Italy.

11.07. 2023 - Thomas Szanto
"Die Phänomenologie und Normativität politischer Emotionen.” University of Würzburg, Germany

08.07. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"Observation, Interaction, Communication: The Role of the Second Person." Invited Symposiast. The 97th Joint Session of the Aristotelian Society and the Mind Association Conference. Birkbeck, University of London and The Institute of Philosophy, London, UK.

20.06. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"Dyads and triads: Simmel and Tomasello." Phenomenology in the 21st Century. Universidade Católica Portuguesa - Braga, Portugal.

16.06. 2023 - Thomas Szanto & Alba Sánchez Montes)
"Two Types of Feelings of Belonging." Annual Conference the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions, Tartu, Estonia

09.06. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"Reid, Reinach, and Husserl: Socially extended minds and the inner-outer divide". Phenomenology - Linguistics or Eidetic? University of Graz, Austria.

12.05. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"The socially distributed self." Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.

09.05. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"You! A challenge for Garfield and Seth." Cognition and the Self: Traditions and Dialogues. National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

05.05. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"Social acts and higher-order personalities." Husserl's ethics and social philosophy in context. Okayama University, Japan.

04.05. 2023 - Thomas Szanto
"Political Emotions: What are they? And Can they be Inappropriate?" Europa-University Flensburg, Germany

03.05. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"Dyads and Triads: Simmel and Tomasello." Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan.

02.05. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"The socially distributed self." Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan.

27.03. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"Communication, social acts and second-personal engagement: A Husserlian account." The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

13.03. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"The socially distributed self: Perspectives from anthropology, cultural psychology, and philosophy." The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

03.03. 2023 – Dan Zahavi
"We and I." Exploring the Realm of the Mental: Cognition, Emotion, Volition. Centre for Indological Studies and Research, Kolkata. India.

19.01.2023 – Julia Zaenker
“Understanding Others. Some Challenges for the Phenomenology of Sociality” Joint Center Research Seminar, SDU, Odense, Denmark.

11.01.2023 – Dan Zahavi
"Observation, Interaction, Communication: The Role of the Second Person." Tel Aviv University, Israel.

08.01.2023 – Dan Zahavi
"I, You, and We: Beyond individualism and collectivism." Phenomenological Anthropology: Epistemic Bridges, Dilemmas & Methodologies. University of Haifa, Israel.

2022

2022 - Thomas Szanto
"The Pull of Things, The Pull of the Self: Stein‘s Multi-Dimensional Account of Affective Intentionality." Intentionality as Tendency: Phenomenological Perspectives, University of Würzburg, Germany

09.12.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Beyond individualism and collectivism" Archives Husserl, CNRS-ENS, Paris, France.

05.12.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Beyond individualism and collectivism". Science, Agency, Responsibility. Linköping University, Sweden.

22.11.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Observation, interaction, communication: The role of the second person." St. Hilda's College, University of Oxford, UK.

29.10.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Beyond individualism and Collectivism." Keynote talk. Relational autonomy and collective intentionality. 40th Annual Spindel Conference. The University of Memphis, USA.

26.10.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Communication, social acts and second-personal engagement: A Husserlian account." Loyola University, Chicago, USA.

24.10.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Observation, interaction, communication: The role of the second person." University of Chicago, USA.

13.10. 2022 - Thomas Szanto
"The Pull of Things, The Pull of the Self: Stein‘s Multi-Dimensional Account of Affective Intentionality." Intentionality as Tendency: Phenomenological Perspectives, University of Würzburg, Germany

06.10.2022 - Mette Vesterager
"How Social Groups Shape the Mind of the Individual – Introducing a Higher-Order Concept of Habitus", The Second Nordic Graduate Conference on the Philosophy of Mind, Sønderjylland, Denmark

28.09.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Observation, participation, communication: The role of the second person." Zurück zu den Sachen selbst. Internationale Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschung. Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany.

08.2022 – Thomas Szanto & Linas Tranas
"Affective Resonance and Shared Emotions" International Society of Social Ontology, Vienna, Austria.

31.08.2022 – Julia Zaenker
“Embodied, Situated, Entangled. Iris Marion Young and 4E-cognition” British Society for Phenomenology Annual Conference, Exeter, UK.

30.08.2022-01.09.2022 - Mikko Salmela & Christian von Scheve
“Collective ressentiment”. European Sociological Association RN11 Sociology of Emotions midterm conference, University of Hamburg.

23-26.08.2022 - Mikko Salmela
“Two types of togetherness in shared emotions [and many other collectively intentional states]”. Social Ontology & Collective Intentionality XII, University of Vienna.

23-26.08.2022 - Mikko Salmela
“Group expertise as collective affective niche construction”. In a Symposium on Group Know-How and Joint Expertise, coordinated by John Sutton. Social Ontology/Collective Intentionality XII, University of Vienna.

18-19.08.2022 - Mikko Salmela
“Affective niches and feelings of togetherness”. Workshop “Connecting with Others: Experiences of Sharing, Togetherness, Loneliness, and Demarcation”, University of Jyväskylä.

15-18.07.2022 - Mikko Salmela
”Emotional mechanisms, populism, and democracy”. Presidential roundtable, International Society for Political Psychology, Athens.

06.2022 – Thomas Szanto & Ruth Tietjen
"The Fittingness and Appropriateness of Political Emotions" Annual Conference the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions, Graz, Austria.

26.06.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"We and I: Collective and individual selves." Keynote talk. 13th International Process Symposium. Rhodes, Greece.

18.05.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"The werewolf and the puma: Collective identity and fusional love". Phenomenology and Poetry. Helsinki, Finland.

07.05.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Being at home: Embodied selfhood and communal experience." Is the self embodied? Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

21.04.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Who are we?". Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.

06.04.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Observation, participation, communication: The role of the second person." Phenomenological approaches to social perception. Université de Montréal, Canada.

03.2022 – Thomas Szanto
"Epistemically Exploitative Bullshit" (webinar) Center for Ethics and Critical Thought, Edinburgh, UK.

03.2022 – Thomas Szanto
"What are Political Emotions?" (webinar) Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO), Oslo, Norway.

29.03.2022 - Mikko Salmela
”’We are all victims now’ Understanding the spread of victimhood identities through new theories of ressentiment and self-victimization”, University of Aarhus.

25.03.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"Who are we?" Universidad Nacional de San Martín, Argentina.

02.2022 – Thomas Szanto
"Corporate Distrust and Dehumanization" (webinar) California State University, East Bay, USA.

29.01.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"We and I." Haverford College, USA.

27.01.2022 – Dan Zahavi
"We, you, and I." Penn State University, State College, USA.

2021

08.12.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"Shared emotions and extended minds." Zhejiang University, China.

18.11.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"Who are we?" Body, self, and community. Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

17.11.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"The socially distributed self: Perspectives from anthropology, cultural psychology, and philosophy." University of Amsterdam, Netherlands.

12.11.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"The socially distributed self." Self Symposium. Aalto University & University of Helsinki, Finland.

10.2021 – Thomas Szanto
"Corporate Distrust and Dehumanization” (Zoom) Dehumanization: New Philosophical Perspectives, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland.

10.2021 – Thomas Szanto
"Recognizing the Imagined Community: A Critical Reappraisal of Husserl and Stein on the State" Husserl and Community, CFS, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

08.10.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"I and We". Sun Yat-sen University, Zhuhai, China.

02.09.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"Sociality and embodiment. Online communication during and after COVID-19". Phenomenology and digital knowledge. University of Udine, Italy.

28.08.2021 - Mikko Salmela
”Tunteet, arvot ja identiteetti(politiikka)” [Emotions, values, and identity (politics)”. Workshop ”Järki ja tunteet – Miten teemme päätöksiä?”, Espoo, Finland.

03.06.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"The distributed self: Perspectives from anthropology, cultural psychology, and philosophy". Self, other, and community. University of Jyväskylä. Finland.

05.2021– Thomas Szanto
"Recognizing the Imagined Community: A Critical Reappraisal of Husserl and Stein on the State" (Zoom), Social Ontology and Objective Spirit: Classical and Contemporary Perspectives, University of Cologne, Germany & Marquette University, USA.

05.2021– Thomas Szanto
"Collective Emotions: A Phenomenological Account." (online) Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.

31.05.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"We and I." Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China.

04.05.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"Intersubjectivity, sociality, community." Lancaster University Philosophy Society. Lancaster University, UK.

14.04.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"You, me and we." Sharif University, Teheran. Iran.

26.03.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"The distributed self: Between I and We." Boston College Philosophy Gradudate Conference. Boston. USA.

01.2021 – Thomas Szanto
"Kollektive Emotionen" (webinar), University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany.

13.01.2021 – Dan Zahavi
"We and I". The Open University. UK.

2020

11.2020 – Thomas Szanto
"What are Political Emotions?" Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

21.10.2020 – Dan Zahavi
"We and I." Keynote. Slovak Philosophy Congress. Bratislava. Slovakia.

25.09.2020 – Dan Zahavi
"Intersubjectivity, sociality, community." Keynote. Experiencing Commons and Communalism. 4th Dauphine Phenomenology Workshop. Université Paris-Dauphine, France.

15.09.2020 – Dan Zahavi
"Sociality and embodiment. Online communication during the pandemic." Covid-19 and beyond, culturally speaking. Online International Symposium on Humanities Research for Public Crises. Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong.

13.07.2020 – Dan Zahavi
"We in me or me in we? Collective intentionality and the plural subject". Keynote. Social Ontology 2020. The 12th Biennal Collective Intentionality Conference. Neuchâtel, Switzerland.

03.2020 – Thomas Szanto
"Feeling of Belonging and Feeling Solidarity: Two Forms of Social Cohesion?" Social Cohesion, CFS, University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.

03.2020 – Thomas Szanto
"Political Atmospheres and Political Emotions" Public Feelings: Affects and Political Participation. University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland [Cancelled, due to COVID-19 Pandemic].

09.03.2020 – Dan Zahavi
"You, Me and We." Stony Brook University, USA.

12.02.2020 – Dan Zahavi
"I, You, We." Fiction and Other Minds. University of Oxford, UK.

28.01.2020 – Dan Zahavi
"Subjectivity, Intersubjectivity, Objectivity." University of Graz, Austria.

 

 

Dan Zahavi, Professor

Dan Zahavi
Mikko Salmela, Associate Professor Mikko Salmela
Thomas Szanto, Associate Professor Thomas Szanto
Christopher Stephan, Postdoc Christopher Stephan
Patrizio Lo Presti, Postdoc Patrizio Lo Presti
Mette Vesterager, Phd Fellow Mette Vesterager
Tris Hedges, PhD Fellow Tris Hedges
Julia Zaenker, PhD Fellow Julia Zaenker
Sara Heinämaa, Recurrent Visiting Professor Sara Heinämaa
Sophie Loidolt, Recurrent Visiting Professor Sophie Loidolt
Alessandro Salice, Research Associate Alessandro Salice
Daniel Gyollai, Postdoc
Line Ryberg Ingerslev, Postdoc Line Ryberg

 

 

 

 

 

Funding

European Research Council

This project has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No. 832940).

Carlsberg Foundation

This project has received funding from the Carlsberg Foundation.

Project period: 01 January 2020 – 31 December 2025.

PI: Professor Dan Zahavi