The deadline for submission of proposals to the 2019 FiloLab International Summer School is extended until May 31st.
From July 8th to 12th, 2019, in its second edition, the FiloLab-International Summer School (FL-ISS) will offer doctoral students and young doctors from different countries the opportunity to present their work in progress or recently finished research, get qualified comment, and be assessed on their postdoctoral projection.
The course is specially designed so that young researchers can present their work linked to their PhD, or articles in progress, to senior peers and academics in the field of argumentation, epistemology, applied ethics and deliberation, for comment and discussion.
The course will take four days, with two sessions concentrated in the mornings and one in the afternoon, leaving the evenings free to be dedicated to informal academic and leisure activities. Each session will last 1 h. 30′, with a maximum of 45′ of exposition followed by a commentary and discussion for another 45′. The interventions will be grouped according to their thematic and methodological affinity. Researchers will present their doctoral work in progress or their postdoc projects. Then, guest professors will comment on the exposition and then moderate the session, with the participation of professors from FiloLab-UGR Excellence Unit and the rest of the audience. This year, Saray Ayala (California State University) and Asger Sørensen (University of Aarhus) will participate as guest professors. In addition, we will have the presence in the sessions of members of the FiloLab Excellence Unit.
More information in our web.