Promotion 2023-2024 presentation

On The November 7, 2023

Grand amphithéâtre

The Collegium de Lyon, the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) of the Université de Lyon, is organising the presentation of the 2023-2024 fellows on Tuesday 7 November at 2pm, in the Grand Amphithéâtre of the Université de Lyon. The fellows will be presenting their research projects.

Please note that due to the activation of the highest Vigipirate security alert level, access will only be granted to those who have registered via this link before Friday 3 November. Please bring proof of identity.



- Frank Debouck, President of the ComUE Université de Lyon


- Gabriele Fioni, Deputy Rector for Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes academic region

Presentation of the Institute for Advanced Study

- Vincent Renner, Director of the Collegium de Lyon

"My research project in 280 seconds" by the fellows of the Collegium de Lyon

- Luca Ciucci (Australia): Descriptive linguistics meets philology: A critical edition of Chomé’s Old Zamuco dictionary and the reconstruction of Proto-Zamucoan

- Michael Daniel (Russia): Pattern convergence in the domain of argument marking

- Zhanna Karimova (Kazakhstan): Between Stalin’s repressions and action strategies: the example of European women deported to Aljir and their children

- Zahra Kouzehgari (Iran): Victorious women in Iron Age Society Luristan, Iran; A semiotic study of the Feminine Iconography of Luristan Bronzes

- Nicolette Pavlides (United Kingdom): Sacred Space and Regional Connectivity in Laconia: The Temple of Apollo Hyperteleatas

- Alan Ross (Austria): Human-simian contact in the Enlightenment – anatomy, exhibition and the public display of emotions

- Sudipta Sarangi (United States): Our Inter-connected World: Formation and Behavior in Human Networks

- Iryna Teslenko (Ukraine): Northern Black Sea from Late Byzantine till Ottoman times: Transformation of Material Culture in a Changing World

- Natalia Lorena Zorrilla Sirlin (Argentina): Émilie Du Châtelet and Clandestine Philosophical Manuscripts