Who are we?
The Migration, Identity, and Translation Network (MITN) is an interdisciplinary hub connecting Students, Early Career Researchers, Senior Academics and relevant Non-Academic Stakeholders via the Monash-Warwick Alliance.
The MITN Spring Webinar Series commences this week!
Venice as a translated city: Mass tourism, Anglophone narratives and the marginalization of Venetian residents’ culture and languages
Dr Cristina Marinetti, Cardiff University
Wednesday 7th February, 17:00-18:00 GMT
For more details, please see our seminars page.
What do we do?
If you are interested in joining, or are interested in our events or activities, please contact the MITN team via MITN@warwick.ac.uk or fill in this formLink opens in a new window or use the QR code found here. The form will put you directly onto the mailing list held by Monash. If you would like to get in touch with a Warwick based student rep or project officer to chat please email us.
Click on Research in the header above to see more information on past and present research topics.
Scroll down to see what some of our network team say about being part of MITN!
What our members say...
Dr Polina Mesinioti
Former PGR Student Representative
Getting involved with MITN has provided me the opportunity to do research in areas other than my PhD, contribute to the organisation of multidisciplinary events and meet distinguished academics in a safe and friendly environment. As a MITN project officer, I had the chance to develop my leadership, organisation and communication skills and gain confidence and it was an experience that definitely pushed me out of my comfort zone! Through MITN, I had the luck to connect with young and senior researchers from all over the world, with whom we share common research interests. Being part of this dynamic network has been an invaluable learning experience for me and provided me with strong academic and social skills!
Dr Ayten Alibaba
Former research cluster coordinator of the Space, Place and the City cluster
MITN network provides a great platform for students to get together, explore and exchange their ideas in an academic level. MITN also brings like-minded people from various disciplines and creates the opportunity for them to work together on the topics of common research interests. As one of the research cluster coordinators, I had the chance to cooperate, organise and lead intellectual discussions with the network members. The cluster meetings were participated by both Warwick and Monash University students. This experience was very rewarding, at the same time technically challenging as it brought two distant geographies and times together. Through MITN, I managed to acquire skills that are beneficial for my academic development.
Dr Helena Wall
Project Officer and research cluster coordinator of the Space, Place and the City cluster
My role at MITN involves organising and promoting network activities and representing the desires and interests of the network's student members at Warwick. Because of its interdisciplinarity and breadth of focus, MITN provides an opportunity to engage in activities and connect with people outside your usual sphere, both within and beyond academia. At this formative stage in my life, it is of great significance to me that I learn more about how I could apply my skills and knowledge going forwards. MITN has provided a quick window into a raft of activities and research areas through which I can identify potential future avenues for myself.
Dr Christina Efthymiadou
Former research cluster coordinator of the Identity and Workplace Communication cluster and PGR Student Representative
My journey in MITN has been extremely rewarding. Overcoming difficulties, receiving positive feedback from colleagues, meeting them in the various events and establishing a relationship with them has been very self-fulfilling. Apart from the events we do online, I have been able to meet in person some of the network members from other universities in various events. They have travelled to the UK and I have travelled abroad to join them in some of our events too. I was then able to meet them personally, I visited their institutions and learned how they do things there. I have kept in touch with some of those people and have also met them outside MITN events. Being part of such a flexible network gives you invaluable experience in an academic world that becomes more and more competitive and demanding, it helps you build up your network and develop your professional identity as a young researcher.