Date(s) - 05/02/2018 - 09/02/2018
University of Tartu
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Estonian Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts (GSCSA) and Graduate School of Linguistics, Philosophy and Semiotics (GSLPS) invite you to participate in the 7th Winter School “Fact and Method: Data, Borders and Interpretation”(February 5–9, 2018, University of Tartu, 4 ECTS credits).
The programme of the Winter School consists of:
1) interdisciplinary lectures and discussions conducted by Estonian and guest lecturers;
2) seminars in smaller groups moderated by guest lecturers;
3) one day of specialized and practical workshops.
Winter School lecturers include:
Prof. Gregory Alles (McDaniel College), Prof. Ernst van Alphen (Leiden University), Prof. Ewa Dabrowska (University of Birmingham), Prof.em. Paul Hoyningen-Huene (Leibniz Universität Hannover, University of Zurich), Prof. em. Jüri Kivimäe (University of Toronto), Assoc. Prof. Ann Komaromi (University of Toronto), Prof. Annika Rabo (Stockholm University),Prof. Tarmo Soomere (Estonian Academy of Sciences, Tallinn University of Technology), Alberto Acerbi (Eindhoven University of Technology), Monica Gonzalez-Marquez (RWTH Aachen University), Abel Polese (Tallinn University), Magdalena Waligórska (University of Hamburg), Jennifer Spenader (University of Groningen)
The language of the degree course is English. Participation is free of charge.
Upon full participation in the study programme students will be awarded 4 ECTS credits.
Students will be notified of their acceptance at the beginning of January 2018.
All workshops and seminars require previous registration. Plenary lectures are open to the public!
Registration to the seminars and workshops opens on December 11, 2017
Please find more information on Winter School homepage. Preliminary programme is attached to this letter.
Additional information about Winter School and GSCSA will be provided by student coordinator Anastasiya Astapova firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Winter School is organised by the Graduate School of Culture Studies and Arts and by the Graduate School of Linguistics, Philosophy and Semiotics. The event is supported by the University of Tartu ASTRA Project PER ASPERA and Tallinn University’s ASTRA project, TLÜ TEE.