Prof. Wulf takes part in the International Forum for the Humanities
News from Mar 30, 2012
At the beginning of next week, Prof. Dr. Christoph Wulf from the Anthropology and Education Section of the Department of Education and Psychology at Freie Universität Berlin will be taking part in the Conference on Interdisciplinarity in Cognitive Science Research, that is held annually by Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH) as part of the International Forum for the Humanities. Prof. Wulf currently is the co-founder and head of the Interdisciplinary Center for Historical Anthropology, a member of the Languages of Emotion Cluster of Excellence at Freie Universität.
In the section themed "Interdisciplinarity in Cognitive Science Research: Epistemology and Methodology of Cognitive Sciences“ Prof. Wulf will be holding a lecture on “Happiness in the Family: A Transcultural Research Project on Emotions and Their Staging in Rituals.” Scholars from leading universities and research centers from Russia, Germany, Great Britain, France, Hungary, and Norway will be participating in this three-day conference.
Further information is available at the RSUH webpage.