Information for students

Tutorials, research internships, and (R)MA theses 

Friday the 3rd of December there will be a research fair for language and linguistics programs. The fair will be from 3pm until 5pm and can be joined via ZOOM. At this fair, LANCAR will give a presentation about the topics described below.

Participation in the LANCAR project on Psycho-Argumentation can take place in the form of a tutorial, research internship, or complete (R)MA thesis. Students design and carry out psycho-linguistic experiments with persuasive messages under the supervision of Monique Flecken and Jean Wagemans

Participation in the LANCAR project on the Argument-Checking can take the form of a tutorial, research internship, or (R)MA thesis. Students will be supervised by José Plug and Jean Wagemans

Participation in the LANCAR project on Adpositional Argumentation can take place in the form of a tutorial, research internship, or complete (R)MA thesis. Students write a tutorial paper, internship report, or (R)MA thesis under the supervision of Federico Gobbo and Jean Wagemans

Participation in the LANCAR project on the Philosophy of Argument can take place in the form of a tutorial, research internship, or complete (R)MA thesis. Students write a tutorial paper, internship report, or (R)MA thesis under the supervision of Jean Wagemans

First Semester 2021-2022

Federica Russo and Jean Wagemans are teaching the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies (IIS) honoursmodule “From fact-checking to argument-checking“. The module is available for students enrolled in the Honours Programme of the University of Amsterdam and the VU Amsterdam. MORE INFO

Sommersemester 2021

Colin Guthrie King and Jean Wagemans are teaching a course on argumentation at the Department of Philosophy of the University of Heidelberg. The course is entitled “Argumentation in the Wild” and follows the set-up of a textbook with the same title to be published by MIT Press. MORE INFO