Lecturer: Ingar Brinck, Lund University.
All lectures will be on Zoom.
Course days: 4-7 May.

Schedule

Tuesday May 4
9-9.15: Welcome (Zoom). Short introduction to course. 
9.30-12: Self-study of texts: preparation for Wednesday. Reading instructions will be distributed. 
12.15-13: Lunch together (students, optional, Zoom-link provided). 
13.30-16.30: Continued: Self-study of texts. 

Wednesday May 5 DISCIPLINARY RESEARCH. INTRODUCING INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH. 
9-12: Lectures, discussion in whole group. 
13.30-16.30: Group assignments, rotating groups. Discussions and presentations groupwise. 

Thursday May 6  
9-12: Self-study: preparation for Friday. Reading instructions will be distributed.
12.15-13: Lunch together (students, optional, Zoom-link provided). 
13.30-15.30: Continued: Self-study of texts. Online tutoring available in the afternoon.
15.45-16.30: Study groups. Instructions will be available. 

Friday May 7 INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH. Pt1: IN PRACTISE. Pt2: ABOUT AI AND AS.
9-12: Lectures, discussion in whole group. 
13.30-16.30: Group work: discussions and presentations. Teaching interludes.
16.40-17: Final comments and summing up. 

Information on the course

Examination: Individual written assignment. You will be asked to apply insights from the course to your own research project.

The required literature consists in scientific articles that are downloadable from the University Libraries.