LINGUIST List 28.168

Tue Jan 10 2017

Summer Schools: Doing Research with Discourse Analysis: A discourse perspective on making sense of social change/Netherlands

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Date: 06-Jan-2017
From: Bertie Kaal <a.r.kaalvu.nl>
Subject: Doing Research with Discourse Analysis: A discourse perspective on making sense of social change/Netherlands
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Host Institution: Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Coordinating Institution:
Website: http://bachelors.vu.amsterdam/en/summer-school/courses/DoingResearchwithDiscourseAnalysis/index.aspx

Dates: 08-Jul-2017 - 22-Jul-2017
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands

Focus: Integrating discourse analysis in social, political and organizational research
Minimum Education Level: MA
Special Qualifications: MA and PhD students and professionals who wish to apply discourse analysis in practice are welcome.

Description:
The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam Summer School 2017 invites MA/PhD students and practitioners to participate in its Discourse Analysis and social practice course. The interactive course offers discourse theories, methods and practices in a variety of social settings. You learn about transdisciplinary research design and how to integrate discourse analysis into your own research. Guest lecturers include Alison Sealey (Lancaster University), Andreas Musolff (University of East Anglia), Alan Cienki (VU, Language & Cognition), Ida Sabelis (VU, Organisation Sciences) and others.

Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis

Tuition: 1150 EUR
Financial Aid: Applications accepted until
Early Bird discount deadline 15 March; Standard partner University discount available and a limited number of scholarships.

Financial Aid Instructions:
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Registration: 23-Dec-2016 to 01-May-2017
Contact Person: Eva Jansen
                Phone: +31 20 59 86429
                Email: amsterdamsummerschoolvu.nl

Apply on the web: http://bachelors.vu.amsterdam/en/summer-school/howtoapply/index.aspx

Registration Instructions:
To apply please submit a motivation letter describing your motivation for the specific course(s) you apply for: Why this topic? How will the course contribute to your future (academic) career? And your Curriculum Vitae/Résumé.

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