The last of our spring workshops is now open for bookings. It was developed by Mirjam Eiswirth, who is our most senior linguistics tutor. She has used her experience of delivering nearly 100 appointments to develop a series of activities designed to help students achieve distinction in their writing. There is a particular focus on sociolinguistics, but all students are welcome to attend.
As always, check our workshops page for the link.
Both of our workshops in philosophy are now available for booking. They were developed by Hadeel Naeem and Rie Iizuka, who have both seen more than 100 students at the PPLS Writing Centre over the last three years. If you’d like to learn some ways to boost your writing in philosophy to the next level, reserve your spot now.
The first (on Monday, April 8th) will be on developing your arguments more completely, and the second (on Tuesday, April 9th) will be on accounting for objections. Both will use extracts from real student writing, and both will take an interactive approach with voting, exercises and discussion.
The primary audience will be undergraduates in years 3 & 4 and taught postgraduates, but you are all welcome to attend, even if this is your first year.