LINGUIST List 28.2375

Tue May 30 2017

Summer Schools: ''How Do We Know?'' - Interactional Approaches to the Analysis of Epistemics in Social Interaction/Germany

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Date: 29-May-2017
From: Florence Oloff <>
Subject: ''How Do We Know?'' - Interactional Approaches to the Analysis of Epistemics in Social Interaction/Germany
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Host Institution: Universität Freiburg

Dates: 04-Sep-2017 - 06-Sep-2017
Location: Freiburg i. Br., Germany

Focus: The aim of the Research School « How do we know? » is to illustrate various dimensions of the constitution and handling of knowledge in social interaction and to give methodological training and tools for analysis. Furthermore, the participants will be given the opportunity to network and to present their research projects (poster session, data session).
Minimum Education Level: BA

The Research School "How do we know - interactional approaches to the analysis of epistemics in social interaction" (German title "How do we know - Gesprächsanalytische Methoden zur Analyse von Wissen in der Interaktion") will take place from September 4-6, 2017 at the University of Freiburg i. Br. (Germany). It is funded by the German Society for Applied Linguistics (Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik e.V.) and addresses Master students, PhD candidates and post-docs interested in the analysis of epistemic dynamics and negotiation in discourse and social interaction. Our keynote speaker are Lucas Bietti (University of Neuchâtel), Lorenza Mondada (University of Basel) and Simona Pekarek Doehler (University of Neuchâtel). The research school languages are German and English. The deadline for registration is July 16, 2017. More information and access to the registration form can be found on the website:

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics
                      Discourse Analysis

Tuition: 50 EUR
Registration: 22-May-2017 to 16-Jul-2017
Contact Person: Florence Oloff

Apply on the web:

Registration Instructions:
Participants (Master students, PhD candidates or post-doctoral researchers) are required to participate in the poster session on Monday 4 September. More information on the registration can be found on the school website (section "Anmeldung"). Although the keynote talks and workshops will be held in English, participants should have at least some receptive knowledge of German.

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