MemberVanessa Juloux

…Ecole Pratique Des Hautes Etudes…
…Bachelor’s degree: Art History and Archaeology, Université des sciences humaines — Poitiers, France.Master: European, Mediterranean and Asian Studies, Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes — Paris, France.Ph.D. candidate: Religions and Thought Systems, Paris Sciences et Lettres Research University, prepared at Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes — Paris, France….

Anthropologist, philosopher, digital humanist. CV and publications.

MemberMagdalena Diaz Araujo

Magdalena Díaz Araujo is Professor of Judaism and Early Christianity at the National University of La Rioja (Argentina), and Professor of History of Arts and Scenography at the National University of Cuyo (Argentina). She has been a Visiting Professor at the École Pratique des Hautes Études (2011, 2012, 2014), at the Regensburg Universität (2015), and at the Methodist University of Sao Paulo (2016). She obtained her PhD in History of Religions and Religious Anthropology (2012) at the Paris IV-Sorbonne University, with the Dissertation “The representation of the woman and the invention of the “sin of flesh” in the Greek Life of Adam and Eve”. Her research fields are Second Temple Judaism and Early Christianity, Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha, Gender Studies, and Aesthetics. She has received several doctoral and postdoctoral grants from the Paris IV-Sorbonne University, the École Pratique des Hautes Études , the National University of Cuyo, and a scholarship from the Program Alban (European Union Program of High Level Scholarship for Latin America). She has lectured and presented papers in English, French, and Spanish in several international meetings (Germany, Hungary, England, Switzerland, Italy, France, Brazil, and Argentina). She is the author of various articles and reviews in international journals and collective work volumes. Recently, she has contributed to the volume Des oasis d’Égypte à la Route de la Soie – Hommage à Jean-Daniel Dubois, edited by Anna Van den Kerchove and Luciana Soares Santoprete (Brepols,2017), and she has participated with an essay in Early Jewish Writings in Context: Perspectives on Gender and Reception History, The Bible and Women: An Encyclopedia of Exegesis and Cultural History, edited by Marie-Theres Wacker and Eileen Schuller, published in four languages (Society of Biblical Literature Press / Kohlhammer / Editorial Verbo Divino / Il Pozzo di Giacobbe).

MemberFabrice Flückiger

I am currently working as a post-doc researcher at the Ludwig-Maximilian-University in München thanks to a 2-year grant from the Swiss National Science Foundation. My current research project is entitled “De Republica. Practices and Representations of the Good Government in Cities of the Holy Roman Empire and the Swiss Confederacy”. This project will eventually become a book on Good Governement practices in urban republics of the 16th century based on the cases of Nürnberg, Ulm and Berne. I am also an associate researcher at the Centre européen des études républicaines (CEDRE) in Paris and an associate member of the Laboratoire de recherches historiques Rhône-Alpes (LARHRA). I also worked at the University of Neuchâtel as a member of Prof. Olivier Christin’s team (Early Modern History) from March 2010 to December 2018. During my years at the Institute for History, I wrote my PhD on religious disputations in which I showed how these forums were meant to provide performative ways to raise the heterodox ideas of the reformators to the status of religious truth (published 2018). I was also part of the team preparing the edition and translation of Wilhelm Gumppenbergs “Atlas Marianus” (published 2014-2015) and participated in the SNSF project “Reformation and Ballots” which goal was to explain why and how a lot of communities voted on the faith in the Old Swiss Confederacy. I studied History, Philology and Medieval German Literature at the University of Geneva and at the École Pratique des Hautes Études in Paris.

MemberPierre Chambert-Protat

Membre de l’École française de Rome, section Moyen Âge [lien] — Fellow du projet Fragmentarium (Université de Fribourg) [lien] Vie intellectuelle à Lyon au IXe siècle. — Florus de Lyon (flor. ca. 825-855) et son milieu : Leidrat, Agobard, Amolon et Remi de Lyon, Mannon de Saint-Oyen. — Pierre-François Chifflet (1591-1682). — Réception et diffusion de l’héritage tardo-antique au haut Moyen Âge et après. — Supports et vestiges matériels de l’activité intellectuelle.