[Humanist] 28.881 a summer school on controversy in Paris

Humanist Discussion Group willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Sat Apr 11 09:51:56 CEST 2015

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 881.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2015 11:33:25 +0200
        From: "Liam Heaphy" <liam.heaphy at sciencespo.fr>
        Subject: FORCCAST Summer School 2015, Paris
        In-Reply-To: <000601d07370$c1dd6db0$45984910$@sciencespo.fr>

Dear colleagues,

My first post to this mailing list, with details on a summer school that might be of interest to scholars working both with digital methods and controversy mapping / issue exploring:

FORCCAST Summer School

From Aug 26-28, 2015, the FORCCAST consortium will host its second summer school on controversy studies in Paris (at ENSCI - les Ateliers). This series started in 2014 and will continue for the next 5 years. Tailored for early career university teachers and researchers, the school is designed to qualify and promote the diffusion of methods and tools for controversy mapping.

Participants will participate in a collaborative effort to not only dig deeper into the question of what controversies are, why they are interesting, and how they might be mapped, but also produce a series of examples and conceptual illustrations to help us crystallise our thinking and teaching in these respects.

This year’s school will be organised around several activities: research, pedagogic innovation and tutorials, and a tool development sprint. You can find all the details, including the link to the online inscription form, in the attached programme.
The summer school is free and includes lunches. The deadline for applications is the 31st of May.

Best regards,
Liam Heaphy, on behalf of the FORCCAST team

contact:  <mailto:thomas.tari at sciencespo.fr> thomas.tari at sciencespo.fr or  <mailto:liam.heaphy at sciencespo.fr> liam.heaphy at sciencespo.fr 

Liam Heaphy | Sciences Po
Postdoc researcher / teaching and learning specialist
84 rue de Grenelle - Paris 75007, France

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