These are events that The New Ethos is organising: small workshop meetings focused on topics of our projects and the Ethotic Thurs seminars.
“Ethos, explainability and technology”, Warsaw University of Technology series of workshops in Nov-Dec 2023
“Modelling and moderating online deliberations”, Warsaw University of Technology 12-13 June 2023
“Linguistically analysing polarisation on social media”, Radziejowice 16-18 March 2023
“Experimental methods to study rephrase, trust and ethos”, Warsaw University of Technology 9-10 February 2023
“An Argumentative Model of Rephrase: Pragmatic and Rhetorical Approach”, Warsaw University of Technology 10 March 2022
Ethotic Thurs seminars
These seminars are dedicated to topics and approaches studied @The New Ethos such as computational social science and corpus linguistics (Thurs, 2pm-3.30pm, TNE lab and online). If you are interested in our work, please contact us and join our seminar.
14 Dec 2023 Mennatallah El-Assady (AI Center of ETH Zurich, CH), TBC
23 Nov 2023 Maciej Witek (University of Szczecin, PL), Insinuation As a Speech Act
26 Oct 2023 Jean H.M. Wagemans (University of Amsterdam, NL), Annotating Ethotic Arguments
28 Sept 2023 Louis de Saussure (University of Neuchâtel, CH): The Pragmatics of Emotion
14 Sept 2023 Maud Oostindie (Maastricht University, NL), Meaning-making in context: A digital ethnographic approach to studying online communication
13 July 2023 Sara Greco (Università della Svizzera italiana, Lugano, CH): Framing and reframing discussion issues: From dispute mediation to digital acvitism
15 June 2023 Paola Pietrandrea (Université de Lille, FR): Preserving private and public discussion in a digital society: Lessons from linguistics
01 June 2023 Edoardo Lombardi Vallauri (Università Roma TRE, IT): Implicit questionable contents as a means of persuasion (with a focus on ethos and stereotypes)
25 May 2023 Steve Oswald (Université de Fribourg, CH): An experimental approach to the rhetorical effects of pragmatic meaning in argumentation
18 May 2023 César Gonzalez-Perez (Institute of Heritage Sciences, Incipit-CSIC, ES): Augmenting Argumentation Analysis with Ontologies and Denotations
20 April 2023 Laura Gurak (Minnesota US): Ethos enriched with trust: theory and application
06 April 2023 Martin Hinton (University of Łódź PL): Arguments from identity: How arguments build the arguer?
09 March 2023 Piotr Siuda (Kazimierz Wielki University in Bydgoszcz, PL): Darknet imaginaries: The discursive malleability of the cultural status of digital technologies
23 Feb 2023 Fabrizio Macagno (Universidade Nova de Lisboa, PT): Populists’ “rhetoric.” Argumentation profiles for detecting argumentative and manipulative strategies
09 Feb 2023 Aaron Hess (Arizona State University, US): Convincing Characters or Conniving Charlatans? An Ecological Rhetorical Analysis of Digital Ethos in the Disinformation Dozen
26 Jan 2023 Jens E. Kjeldsen (University of Bergen, NO): Ethos and expertise in Facebook fan sites for health experts
12 Jan 2023 Thierry Herman (University of Neuchâtel, CH): Interpreting ethos: An inferential point of view
15 Dec 2022 Tomasz Hollanek (University of Cambridge, UK): Pluriversal AI: Deploying alternative narratives to disrupt the dominant AI culture
01 Dec 2022 Ewa Modrzejewska (University of Warsaw, PL): The ethos of/in data visualisation: A rhetorical perspective
17 Nov 2022 Justyna Grudzinska, Aleksander Leczkowski, Aleksandra Siemieniuk (University of Warsaw, PL): A Corpus-Based Investigation into a Connection between Prepositional Senses and the Quantifier Scope
20 Oct 2022 Andrea Rocci (USI, Lugano University, CH): Framing: semantic bases, tropical extensions and argumentative implications
08 Sept 2022 Katarzyna Budzynska (Warsaw University of Technology, PL): What’s new in the world of ethos?