The Centre for Research on Reasoning, Argumentation and Rhetoric (CRRAR) at the University of Windsor will be sponsoring a Summer Institute on Argumentation from May 9 to May 27, 2011. The institute has the dual purpose of offering a course for graduate students who have an interest in reasoning, argumentation, artificial intelligence and/or cognitive science, as well as an introduction to these topics for post-doctoral students and junior faculty who may attend as Summer Institute Fellows. The course, 'Current Issues in Argumentation Theory', (30 hours) will be a 500-level course (the University of Windsor's designation for graduate courses) and can be taken for either an Arts (Humanities) or Social Science credit. The Institute and course are under the direction of Professor Marcello Guarini (Department of Philosophy, University of Windsor) who will share the teaching duties with Professor Chris Reed, (School of Computing, University of Dundee, Scotland).
Further details can either be found by looking at the poster below, or seeing the menu to the side. Information on fees, the intructors, and accomodation has been provided.