Partner Institutions

Cognitive Futures in the Humanities is an international, interdisciplinary research network supported by the UK’s Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), 2012-14. It brings together scholars from fields such as literature, linguistics, philosophy, and beyond, whose work relates to, informs, or is informed by aspects of the cognitive, brain and behavioural sciences.



The official website of the UOS Research Cluster on Cognition and Poetics - Universität Osnabrück



Website of the Institute of Neuroesthetics, directed by prof. Semir Zeki, founder of Neuroaesthetics.



In The Embodiment Lab, created by Joshua Ian Davis (Ph.D, Term Assistant Professor at the Department of Psychology – Barnard College of Columbia University), classic problems in emotion and social psychology are considered with an eye towards how an embodiment perspective can lead us to ask novel questions.

For further info about their research, please visit the website. A new website will be also launched soon at



features interviews with cognitive and affective neuroscientists discussing their views of the Neuro-Humanities and its possibilities. On the site, interviewees discuss the potential problems and benefits of applying neuroscience outside of the neurosciences.


Center for Literary and Cultural Research Berlin






ENTHYMEMA – Rivista internazionale di critica, teoria e filosofia della letteratura




Myrifield Institute for Cognition and the Arts promotes collaboration among researchers engaged in exploring the role of the arts in the development of human cognition.


Co-conveners: Deborah Jenson (Romance Studies), Michael Platt (Neurobiology, School of Medicine / Center for Cognitive Neuroscience, Duke Institute for Brain Sciences), Lasana Harris (Psychology and Neuroscience / CCN, DIBS)

Co-sponsored by the Franklin Humanities Institute & the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences

The Neurohumanities Research Group (NRG) brings humanists and neuroscientists into sustained dialogue on issues that concern both groups equally but are researched and taught with different discourses, methodologies, and technologies.


Art Milu
: Individuelle Bilder für Individuelle Menschen- Abstrakte und  figurale Bilder und Collagen in Acryl


La Società italiana di neuroetica e filosofia delle neuroscienze (SINe), nata a Milano il 3 luglio 2013 e attualmente presieduta da Alberto Oliverio, vuole promuovere la ricerca e la divulgazione coinvolgendo il maggior numero di studiosi










Literature, Cognition and Emotions (LCE)

Our research collaborations link Literature, Cognition and Emotions to groups and centres around the globe. A guest researcher programme (starting in 2019) will bring internationally leading scholars to UiO and enable a closer exchange between these groups and Literature, Cognition and Emotions.