Each day of the Libori Summer School will begin with a morning lecture that will be delivered to all participants. These lectures will introduce students to the topics being discussed across all the individual courses on offer. This will give attendees the opportunity to get an impression of each area of philosophical research being covered this year. It will also provide them with the occasion to hear from many of the world renowned speakers visiting the Center HWPS this summer.
|10:00-11:15||Dorothy Rogers – American Women Philosophers||Antonio Calcagno – Self and Subjectivity in Edith Stein||TBA – Emilie du Châtelet||Luka Boršić – Women in Communism||Maria von Welser – Women’s World Today. Still a Nightmare in so Many Places|
Classes begin at 11:30
Addressees: Graduate students of philosophy, post-docs, and mid-career philosophers are cordially invited to apply for the courses.
Applications: Please apply via email@example.com by submitting the following documents in a single PDF-file:
a) a brief curriculum vitae of no more than two page
b) a letter of motivation of no more than one page
c) a statement of intent, which two courses would be your preference of attending.
Application Deadline: June 15, 2018 Notification Date: May 23 and 30, June 15 and 30, 2018.
However, we strongly encourage interested students to apply well in advance, as suitable applicants will receive notice of acceptance prior to the final deadline and space is limited.
Certificates: A certificate with a transcript of records indicating the workload and the content of the course will be provided at the end of the Libori Summer School.
Costs: Participation is free. Lunch during the Libori Summer School is provided.
Credits: 3 (attendance) and 6 ECTS points (presentation/paper). Please contact the lecturer of your course. Students from outside of the European ECTS-Cooperation of ERASMUS are strongly advised to contact either their Study Abroad Office or the office in your university that deals with external credit.