Since 2002 I have been affiliated with the Institut des textes et manuscrits modernes (CNRS-ITEM) at the École normale supérieure in Paris. I am currently a Research Associate with the Equipe Nietzsche et son temps and Special Advisor to the NietzscheSource project.
NietzscheSource published and maintains the Digital Critical Edition of the writing of Friedrich Nietzsche and the Digital Facsimile Edition of Nietzsche’s writing based on the original manuscripts and prints held at the Foundation of Weimar Classics.
We are in the process of publishing online digital facsimiles of Nietzsche’s entire library. The 2017 Oßmannstedter Nietzsche-Colloquium in Weimar will be dedicated to research on Nietzsche’s library. I will be lecturing there on Nietzsche’s reading of John Stuart Mill (June 30th-July 2, 2017).
In September, 2017 I’ll be presenting on the work of the Equipe Nietzsche et son temps at the Mellon Sawyer Seminar “Humanity and Technology at the Crossroads: Where Do We Go From Here?,” at Boston University.