Katarina Mihaljević PhD

November 1st - 30th, 2019 and Jaunury 15th - February 14th, 2020

 

Research for a study about Rosallia (Rose) Rand to provide a comprehensive account ot the context in which one ot the most prominent female members of the Vienna Circle developed and promoted her philosophical views

 

Lecture: at Wissenschaftsphilosophisches Kolloquium:

Philosophical Minor and Marginal Figures: Using Rose (Rozalia) Rand's (1903-1980) Work and Life to challenge this traditional Distinction

Date:  26/11/2019

Time: 15h00

Venue: Wiener Kreis Gesellschaft, Universitätscampus, Hof 1.2, 1090 Wien

Report

Purpose of the Report: Fellowship at the Vienna Circle Institute in Vienna summary of the activities and results

Duration of the fellowship: November 2019 and mid-January to mid-February 2020

List of activities:

1. Work in the Exile Library Otto Neurath, Vienna Circle Society

2. Research at the Literaturhuis Wien/ Austrian Archives for Exile Studies

3. Wrote, promoted and gave a talk about my work at the Institute seminar meeting. Title: Philosophical Minor and Marginal Figures: Using Rose (Rozalia) Rand's (1903-1980) Work and Life to challenge this traditional Distinction 

4. With help of Dr. Josef Pircher, made a contact with Philipp Dittigner of Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften and agreed to publish a biographical piece on Rose Rand in June/July 2020 following the 40th anniversary of her birth/death.

5. Established connection with the Jüdisches Museum der Stadt Wien and looking for opportunities for the future collaboration

6. Agreed to take part in the now postponed conference organised by the Vienna Circle Institute and the University of Vienna