Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Mapping Controversies Summer School (FORCCAST) 2015, Paris - Extended Deadline 15th June

Dear colleagues,

From August 26th to August 28th 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, it is designed to qualify and promote the diffusion of methods and tools for controversy mapping. Participants will take place 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 crystallize our thinking and teaching in this respect.

In 2015, the summer school will be organized around several activities: research, pedagogic innovation and tutorials, and a tool development sprint.

The summer school is free and includes lunches.

The new deadline for applications is the 15th of June.
Attendance form: http://goo.gl/r7VlAJ
Programme: https://goo.gl/a58294

Best regards,
Liam Heaphy, on behalf of the FORCCAST team
contact: thomas.tari@sciencespo.fr or liam.heaphy@sciencespo.fr
Liam Heaphy | Sciences Po
Postdoc researcher / teaching and learning specialist
84 rue de Grenelle - Paris 75007, France

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