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WCN feature in Education Choices Magazine
The WCN is featured in the Spring edition of Education Choices Magazine, published this month. Read all about the outreach work of the Department on page 62.
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Professors Lawrence Venuti and Karen Van Dyck on campus in October
The Connecting Cultures Global Research Priority is pleased to be welcoming two distinguished academic visitors to Warwick campus between October 24 and 27: Professor Karen Van Dyck, Kimon A. Doukas Professor of Modern Greek Language and Literature at Columbia University, and Professor Lawrence Venuti, Professor of English at Temple University. Staff, students and the general public are warmly invited to join us for the public events listed below. Please contact Chantal Wright at C.M.Wright@warwick.ac.uk with any queries.
An interactive map of Warwick campus can be found at the following link: https://www2.warwick.ac.uk/about/visiting/maps/interactive/
“Migration, Translingualism, Translation”, a lecture by Professor Karen Van Dyck
Tuesday 24 October, 5 to 6.30 p.m. Room: A0.28 Millburn House (in Film and TV Studies, located on the Kirby Corner Road side of the Millburn House complex), followed by drinks.
“Translating Proverbs: The Instrumentalism of Conventional Wisdom”, a lecture by Professor Lawrence Venuti
Wednesday 25 October, 5 to 6.30 p.m. Room: A0.28 Millburn House (in Film and TV Studies, located on the Kirby Corner Road side of the Millburn House complex), followed by drinks.
Translation Matters: The Current State of Translation Studies. A professorial roundtable with Professor Lawrence Venuti (Temple), Emeritus Professor Jean Boase-Beier (UEA), Professor Michelle Bolduc (Exeter) and Professor Loredana Polezzi (Cardiff).
Friday 27 October, 2.15 to 4 p.m. Room: R0.03 Ramphal Building, Library Road, central campus.
For more information, visit our Translation at Warwick webpage.
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Film and Television Scores 96.3% in Latest National Student Survey (NSS)
Film and Television Studies has scored 96.3% student satisfaction for Overall Quality of Teaching and Learning in the 2022 National Student Survey.
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Dr Elise Smith talks to Sienna about her research on You Tube
Please watch Dr Elise Smith talking to History student Sienna about her research at: https://youtu.be/eoAxITXIiRwLink opens in a new window