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LINGUIST List 25.824

Wed Feb 19 2014

Summer Schools: Interdisziplinäre Sommerakademie Bremen ISAB-Diskurs/Bremen, Germany

Editor for this issue: Malgorzata Cavar <gosialinguistlist.org>

Date: 18-Feb-2014
From: Wolfram Karg <wolframkargyahoo.de>
Subject: Interdisziplinäre Sommerakademie Bremen ISAB-Diskurs/Bremen, Germany
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Interdisziplinäre Sommerakademie Bremen ISAB-Diskurs

Host Institution: Universität Bremen
Coordinating Institution: Universität Bremen
Website: http://www.isab.uni-bremen.de

Dates: 17-Aug-2014 - 31-Aug-2014
Location: Bremen, Bremen, Germany

Focus:
ISAB-Diskurs offers an interdisciplinary approach to discourse analysis. From the perspective of language studies, literary studies and media studies, ISAB-Diskurs looks into the theories and models concerning discourse analysis. In continuation of ISAB-TeSta 2012 (Interdisziplinäre Sommerakademie Bremen-Textualität der Stadt/Interdisciplinary Summer Academy Bremen - Textuality of the City) and ISAB-SuKo 2013 (Interdisziplinäre Sommerakademie Bremen - Sprache und Kolonialismus /Interdisciplinary Summer Academy Bremen - Language and Colonialism), ISAB-Diskurs 2014 will focus on German Studies.

Minimum Education Level: BA


Special Qualifications:
- You have to be a student of German or a similar subject.
- You have to be currently an advances BA, a MA or PhD-student.
- You must have completed your BA/MA with grades higher than average.
- You must have a good command of German (minumun level B2).
- A sound knowledge of basic concepts in German Literary Studies and Linguistics is appreciated.


Description:
The following four key concepts represent the interdisciplinary dispersion of Discourse Analysis: 'Criticism','Commemoration', discourse encoding of 'Emotion', and 'Postcolonialism'. The key concept of 'Postcolonialism' can be seen as a continuation of ISAB-SuKo 2013 (Interdisziplinäre Sommerakademie Bremen - Sprache und Kolonialismus /Interdisciplinary Summer Academy Bremen - Language and Colonialism) and creates a link to the research on Language in Colonial Contexts and (Post)Colonial Literary Studies, two of foci of the University of Bremen. The selection of key concepts is aimed at providing a chance for students to combine their theoretical knowledge with specific and current research questions. The language of this summer school will be German (minimum B2-level required).

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Subject Languages: German

Tuition: 500.00 EUR

Tuition Explanation: Tuition fee includes:
- access to all courses,
- all teaching material,
- public transport tickets and entry fees for all excursions,
- certificate of participation,
- free internet access (on university premises).


Financial Aid: Applications accepted until 15-Apr-2014
DAAD (Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst/German Academic Exchange Service)-Fellowship for Non-EU-Students includes:
- course fees,
- travel expenses (depending on country of residence),
- accomodation fees and living expenses,
- medical insurance (obligatory for Germany).

Financial Aid Instructions:
Go to: http://www.isab.uni-bremen.de/bewerbung/online-bewerbung/
When completing the applications form, tick the box "Ja, ich möchte mich um ein Stipendium bewerben."


Registration: 18-Feb-2014 to 15-Apr-2014

Contact Person: Wolfram Karg
Phone: 4942121868293
Email: wolframkargyahoo.de

Apply on the web: http://www.isab.uni-bremen.de/bewerbung/online-bewerbung/

Registration Instructions:
Please be aware that only the applications via the online-application-form at the above url will be taken into account.
You will be asked to upload the following documents:
- a CV,
- language certificate (which states your level of command of German),
- a copy of the study diploma,
- confirmation of enrollment.
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