Training

Essex Summer School-Applying Discourse Theory:Politics, Ideology, Populism

2I Applying Discourse Theory – Politics, Ideology, Populism

Professor Jason Glynos & Professor Yannis Stavrakakis

2 week course / 35 hours (Please note: This course will be taught in hybrid mode. Hybrid delivery of courses will include synchronous live sessions during which on campus and online students will be taught simultaneously.)

Essex Summer School-Doing Discourse Analysis: Neoliberalism, Populism and Radical Democracy

1Q Doing Discourse Analysis: Populism, Neoliberalism and Radical Democratic Politics 

Prof. David Howarth, Dr. Konstantinos Roussos, Dr. Jimena Vazquez Garcia, and Dr. Ryan Flitcroft

2 week course / 35 hours (Please note: This course will be taught online only. In person study is not available for this course)

Online Summer School on Media Representations and Research Methods (fourth edition)

I am really happy that Maastricht Summer School asked me to organize this course again this year. This fourth online edition lasts from 22 August until 2 September 2022. The two earlier online editions in 2020 and the one in 2021 were fully booked. UPDATE: THE 2022 EDITION IS FULLY BOOKED AS WELL. Between 2014 and 2019, I organized seven editions of this course on-campus in Maastricht. 

Gestures: How to analyse forms, functions, and meanings

In the week of January 10-14, 2022, the VU Amsterdam Graduate Winter School will offer an online course (3 EC) on “Gestures: How to analyse forms, functions, and meanings”. This introduction to gesture analysis is geared towards MA and PhD students as well as professionals. It is intended for those who have no background in gesture studies but who wish to learn more about communication by studying speakers’ manual movements in relation to spoken discourse. The course will be taught in English and will be conducted via Zoom.

Online Summer School on Media Representations and Research Methods (third edition)

The first three editions of this Summer School course in 2020/2021 were fully booked. Maastricht Summer School asked me to organize a fourth edition in 2022. This edition lasts from 22 August until 2 September 2022. Please click here for more information about the 2022 edition.

Winter School "Language for Communication: Research Perspective"

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Winter School "Language for Communication: Research Perspective" is from three - to five-day event for individuals or groups organised by the University of Latvia, Riga (Latvia) with cooperation with the Field Committee on Linguistics of Discourse of the International Committee of Slavists and International academic Project D-ART.

Target audience: Master, doctoral students and young researchers in Humanities and Social Sciences.