In conclusion, until the world of yesterday. where it had already been completely blurred. This degradation to the point of destroying the concept of ‘Homeland’ was the trigger that led Stefan Zweig to suicide. “The homeland is where I understand and I am understood.” Karl Jaspers We invite you to read this article by Anna Marquès. a publication born out of a final project in the subject “History of Contemporary Culture” in the UOC’s Master’s in Humanities . “Stefan Zweig and the Lost Homeland” – By Anna Marquès “Stefan Zweig and the Lost Homeland” – By Anna Marquès tfm humanities uoc stefan zweig lost homeland “It is the hopeless loss of this utopia. of this homeland where he understood and was understood.
After that, that will motivate Zweig’s suicide.” Anna Marquès From the teaching staff of the Arts and Humanities Studies we want to convey to the author congratulations for the rigor and quality of the article. We humans evolved into “Homo sapiens sapiens”. Beyond the arrogance that this (self) label might entail. we ask ourselves: what makes us Sàpiens? What are the defining traits of the human being? To what extent are speech. creativity. bipedalism. sex. memory. or culture distinctive and / or shared with other species? A conversation will take place on 3 October at 7 pm at the Palma UOC University Venue with the archaeologist and naturalist Jordi Serrallonga and the biologist and geneticist Damià Heine .
Where They Will Answer
For instance, some of the questions raised .The experts Chile phone numbers review (critically) those characteristics that delimit us in this definition and will accompany us to make an observation of the past from a transversal and interdisciplinary point of view. The session is open to everyone and is organize by the UOC’s Arts and Humanities Department: Degree in Anthropology and Human Evolution URV-UOC UOC Degree in Humanities Degree in History. Geography and Art History (interuniversity: UOC. UdL) Degree in Translation. Interpreting and Applied Languages (interuniversity: UVic-UCC. UOC) See the Program: What makes us Sàpiens? Registration See you there! The event can be follow live by streaming on the UOC’s Facebook page. Speakers – Jordi Serrallonga is an archaeologist.
Above all, explorer and collaborating professor at the UOC. as well as an advisor to the Barcelona Museum of Natural Sciences. However, while teaching at the university and disseminating science in exhibitions. conferences. and publications. He devotes much of his time to field research in Africa. America. and Australia with the same spirit and enthusiasm as naturalists and explorers. Of the 19th century. – Damià Heine. expert in Molecular Genetic Diagnosis. He has a degree in Biology from the University of Barcelona and a PhD in Genetics from the USA from Rutgers University and the New Jersey School of Medicine and Dentistry (UMDNJ). He completed a five-year postdoctoral stay at the CSIC Center for Biological Research in Madrid. with the prestigious Dr. Santiago Rodriguez of Cordova.
From 1999 To The Present
Therefore, he has been attach to the Genetics Service of the Son Espases University Hospital (HUSE. formerly Son Dureta). Where he has develop all the diagnostic tests for Molecular Genetics and remains responsible for ‘this area. In addition, from 1999 to 2010 he was an associate professor of Genetics at the UIB. Moreover, since 2000 he has obtained funding to research through nationally competitive projects. The event will be moderate by Marina Lozano . IPHES researcher and professor of the URV-UOC Degree in Anthropology and Human Evolution . It is not easy to leave such a deep mark as that which Josep Fontana bequeaths to. Us on a historiographical. editorial and intellectual level.