About Chronoi

The Einstein Center Chronoi has been founded in order to investigate time and related aspects such as awareness of time, time management, time reckoning and temporality in interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary formats under the rubric of “Chronoi”.

2021 Fellowship Applications

The Einstein Center Chronoi is presently accepting applications for fellowships for the calendar year 2021. Complete application forms should be submitted by January 15, 2020 at the latest. Please see the following page for additional details and to download the application form.

Upcoming Events

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NOV

Exhibition “The Babel/Bible Conflict: Politics, Theology and Science at the Turn of the 19th Century”

November 4, 2019 – March 27, 2020

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DEC

Chronoi Talks “Galen’s Pulse Theory: His Concept of Fullness of the Pulse”

December 2, 2019

Recent News

Team

Einstein Center Chronoi is an interdisciplinary research center that facilitates collaborations between scholars from different disciplines in order to contribute to the understanding of time in the ancient world. As a result, our team draws on a diverse range of relevant experiences.

Fellows

Einstein Center Chronoi yearly appoints fellows that represent a broad spectrum of academic backgrounds and qualifications. Fellows from different disciplines and academic cultures are invited to Berlin for a period up to 12 months. They will work on a time-related project and will participate in a dynamic dialogue on time that combines disciplinary, interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research.

Research

The “Explorations” format complements and expands the research agenda of Einstein Center Chronoi by integrating unique and groundbreaking topics. Explorations can be long-term projects that explore time-related aspects in further depth or short-term pilot projects that evaluate an innovative topic or approach for future funding.