Training

Gestures: How to analyse forms, functions, and meanings

From January 11-15, 2021, the VU Amsterdam Graduate Winter School will offer a one-week online course on “Gestures: How to analyse forms, functions, and meanings”. The 3 ECTS course will be taught in English and is geared towards MA and PhD students and professionals from various fields. It is intended for those with no background in gesture studies who wish to learn more about the role of speakers’ manual movements in discourse. Details can be found here:
https://www.vu.nl/en/programmes/short/winter-school/courses/Gestures-forms-meaning-functions.aspx

Online Media Representations and Research Methods Summer School (second edition)

The first edition of this 2020 Summer School course has been FULLY BOOKED. Therefore, Maastricht Summer School decided to organize another edition this year. It lasts from 24 August until 4 September.

Media Representations and Research Methods Summer School in a Nutshell

1. The Media Representations and Research Methods Summer School focuses on

Online Summer School on Media Representations and Research Methods

The first edition of this 2020 Summer School course has been FULLY BOOKED. Therefore, Maastricht Summer School decided to organize another edition this year. It lasts from 24 August until 4 September. Read more here: https://discourseanalysis.net/en/online-media-representations-and-research-methods-summer-school-second-edition

Critical Discourse Analysis Summer School

Below you find information on my 2019 Summer School at Maastricht University. Would you like to know more about the online 2020 edition? Then please visit: https://discourseanalysis.net/en/online-media-representations-and-research-methods-summer-school-second-edition

Critical Discourse Analysis Summer School (12-16 August 2019; €600; 2 ECTS)

DNS5 Summer School | Political Discourse and Mediatization of Politics in the Globalized World

***DEADLINE EXTENSION TILL MARCH 1ST, 2019 ​​​​​​***

 

The aim of DNS5 Summer School is to discuss theoretical frameworks, methodologies and methods of political discourse analysis in the context of diverse information channels in the global digital space.

PhD Masterclass on Discourse Theoretical Approaches to Politics, Society, Communication and Media ((with Nico Carpentier, Jason Glynos, David Howarth, and Yannis Stavrakakis)

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DESIRE, the centre for the study of Democracy, Signification and Resistance (www.researchcentredesire.eu) is happy to invite PhD students to submit proposals for a one-day PhD masterclass on discourse theoretical approaches to politics, society, communication and media. The PhD masterclass will take place on 6 February 2019 in Brussels.