Rosine Kelz works at the IASS since 2018. As part of the research team "Politicizing the Future" she works on theories of temporality and futurity. In addition she engages with philosophical and political issues related to new biotechnologie, such as for example CRISPR or gene drives. She is particularly interested in the question how new biotechnologies play a role in changing conceptions of nature and technology. From 2016 to 2018 Rosine was a Mellon Fellow in the Bio-Humanities at the University of Illinois. Her first book,"The non-sovereign self, responsibility, and otherness: Hannah Arendt, Judith Butler, and Stanley Cavell on moral philosophy and political agency", published in 2016, is about the role of relational notions of selfhood for theories of responsibility and political community. Rosine Kelz holds a D.Phil from the University of Oxford. She studied Sociology and Politics at the University of Essex.