The University of Granada organizes the IBER-LAB international summer school

20 September2021

From 20th to 24th September, the University of Granada holds the Iber-Lab international summer school.

The 2nd edition of the Iber-Lab Doctoral Summer School is aimed at national and international master’s, doctoral and post-doctoral students interested in the study of Ibero-American culture, from the fields of criticism, language, philosophy and literature. Its main objective is to offer a multidisciplinary framework for graduate students who wish to be trained in the latest theories and methodologies in the human and social sciences, in order to generate a space for common debate on the themes and problems of their areas of research.

The second edition of the Iber-Lab Summer School is formed by a common module “Metodologías de la investigación y estrategias curriculares” and two itineraries:

  • Itinerary 1: Disidencias: biopolítica, género y comunidad.
  • Itinerary 2: Lingüística de corpus en el mundo hispánico: aplicaciones en la investigación del español y su adquisición.

The summer school will take place in Spanish and offers 5 tuition waivers for Arqus students.

Choose a virtual or a face-to-face modality and complete the registration form here.

Deadlines to apply: until 15th July and 15th September.

More information here.

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