ESF HUM (formerly SCH) Exploratory Workshops in 2003

HUM (formerly SCH) funded 10 exploratory workshops in 2003.

  • Preliminary details may be consulted prior to each event
    (for information purposes only - these meetings are not open to the public)
  • Final scientific reports become available two months after each event

List of Workshops in 2003

  1. Framing Art History: reflections on the discipline 
    Dates and Location: 13-15 March 2003, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
    Convened by: Matthew RAMPLEY (UK)
    ESF representative: Ján Bakos, SAS Institute of Art History, Bratislava (SK)
    Scientific Report (PDF 164 KB)

  2. Ancient Textiles: Production, Craft and Society
    Dates and Location: 19-23 March 2003, Falsterbo, Sweden and Copenhagen, Denmark
    Convened by: Marie-Louise BECH NOSCH (DK), Carole GILLIS (SE), Ulla MANNERING (DK),
    Eva ANDERSSON (SE), Brendan BURKE (GR)
    ESF representative: Valter Lang, Department of Archaeology, Tartu University (EE)
    Scientific Report (PDF 141 KB)

  3. Emotion, Consciousness and Self-Consciousness (postponed from 2002)
    Dates and Location: 21-23 March 2003, Cambridge, United Kingdom
    Convened by: Christoph HOERL (UK)
    ESF representative: Sami Gülgöz, Koç University, Istanbul (TR)
    Scientific Report (PDF 782 KB)

  4. Constructing Bilingual Computerised Dictionaries with special emphasis on Lesser Used Languages
    Dates and Location: 25-27 August 2003, Thessaloniki, Greece
    Convened by: Gaston GROSS (FR), Anna Anastasiadis-Symeonidis
    ESF representative: Ferenc Kiefer, HAS Research Institute for Linguistics, Budapest (HU)
    Scientific Report (PDF 117 KB)

  5. The Humanized Mineral World: towards a social and symbolic evaluation of prehistoric technologies in Southeastern Europe 
    Dates and Location: 3-6 September 2003, Sofia, Bulgaria
    Convened by: Tsoni TSONEV (BG), Emanuela MONTAGNARI (IT)
    Scientific Report (PDF 191 KB)

  6. European Dialect Syntax 
    Dates and Location: 11-13 September 2003, Padua, Italy
    Convened by: Bernd KORTMANN (DE), Sjef BARBIERS (NL), Hans BENNIS (NL), Elvira GLASER (CH), Cecilia POLETTO (IT)
    ESF representative: Ekkehard König, Freie Universität Berlin (DE)
    Scientific Report (PDF 264 KB)
    Kortmann, B., ed. 2004. Dialectology meets Typology: Dialect Grammar from a Cross-Linguistic Perspective. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter. (PDF 45 KB)

  7. James Joyce and Samuel Beckett, Translating Europe 
    Dates and Location: 23-25 October 2003, Antwerp, Belgium
    Convened by: Dirk VAN HULLE (BE), Geert LERNOUT (BE)
    ESF representative: Ioan Panzaru, University of Bucharest, Romania
    Scientific Report (PDF 303 KB)

  8. Optics, Optical Instruments and Painting. The Hockney-Falco Thesis Revisited 
    Dates and Location: 12-15 November 2003, Ghent, Belgium
    Convened by: Fernand HALLYN (BE), Marc DE MEY (BE), Sven DUPRÉ (BE)
    ESF representative: Ján Bakos, SAS Institute of Art History, Bratislava (SK)
    Scientific Report (PDF 230 KB)

  9. Gender and Diversity: Comparative and Critical Perspectives 
    Dates and Location: 15-16 November 2003, Utrecht, Netherlands
    Convened by: Rosi BRAIDOTTI (NL)
    ESF representative: Pilar Lopez, CSIC Institute of History, Madrid (ES)
    Scientific Report (PDF 281 KB)

  10. General issues in the study of medieval logistics: sources, problems and methodologies 
    Dates and Location: 14-16 November 2003, Birmingham, United Kingdom
    Convened by: John F. HALDON (UK), John FRANCE (UK)
    ESF representative: Przemyslaw Urbanczyk, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Warsaw (PL)
    Scientific Report (PDF 157 KB)

Postponed to 2004:

  • Between Greece and Rome. Hellenistic Philosophy and Roman Culture
    from 150 to 88 B.C.
    Dates and Location: 27-31 July 2004, Rome Italy
    Convened by: Anna Maria IOPPOLO (IT)

ESF Contacts for Exploratory Workshops in the Humanities

  • ESF Exploratory Workshops Unit:
Database officer
  • ESF HUM (formerly SCH) Unit: