Organized by the MITN Doctoral Fellows Lola Sundin (firstname.lastname@example.org), Dr Christina Efthymiadou (C.Efthymiadou@warwick.ac.uk)
Sustainability Officer: Kyoungmi Kim (Kyoungmi.Kim@warwick.ac.uk)
These clusters represent common points of interest among the MITN PG/ECRs, and they offer the opportunity to develop skills by organizing interdisciplinary events in order to facilitate collaboration and career development. Click on the links to find out more, and if you are interested in taking part, please email the cluster coordinators.
- One-day Workshop: Discourses of Migration
7 September 2017, Organised by the Warwick MITN and Connecting Cultures GRP This one-day workshop brought together a number of scholars and practitioners from a variety of disciplines so as to commonly discuss the specific challenges posed by migration in the present and possible avenues for conflict resolution. The following themes are of particular interest: Representation and / of migration and ‘the migrant’
· Exilic consciousness
· Memory, Conflict, and Migration
· Intra-European and inter-continental migrations
· Languages and Diasporas
· Space, time and movement
· Rights and Justice in a global world
· Labour market and integration dynamics
· Border zones
· Translation and Transgression
· Migration as trauma
· Cultural legacies of migration
· Refugee policy and community practice For more information, see here.
- Representations of Identities in Contemporary Societies
12-14 July 2017
Teaching Hub, Viale F. Corridoni,
Host Institution: Department of Interpreting and Translation, Universtiy of Bologna, Forlì Campus, Italy
Partner Institutions: Monash University, Australia Warwick University, United Kingdom
For more information see here
- MITN PANEL 'Exploring multidisciplinarity in workplace studies'
In the context of iMean5 conferencce in UWE, Bristol (6-8th of April 2017) 8 MITN members presented their projects, while the 'Identity and Workplace Communication' MITN cluster members held a panel on 'Exploring multidisciplinarity in workplace studies'. The panel presentations brought together perspectives of professional communication fields, and was followed by a round table discussion facilitated by Jo Angouri and Meredith Marra and a publishing workshop by Multilingual Matters.
- Working with interviews: discourse analysis & coding
The workshop will cover an overview of the questions you need to be aware of when analysing interviews (such as issues related to transcription, types of analysis) and will present coding (including types of software, bottom-up and top-down approaches, grounded theory) as a tool to be used in combination with any chosen method. In the hands-on section of the workshop participants will work in groups on a supplied fragment of interview data, trying to apply coding methods and develop a possible approach to analysis.
Time: 8-10am (Warwick)/ 9-11am (Bologna)/ 5-7pm (Monash)
Venue: Ramphal builiding, room 0.12 (Warwick)
RSVP: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- The following events were made possible by the International Portal facilities which bring the two student cohorts into a single classroom using video conferencing technology.
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'Sharing Research' session
Workshop run by Jo Angouri from Warwick
|Workshop run by Felix Nobis from Monash||
Launch of the 'Space, Place and the City' research cluster
First reading group for the 'Space, Place and the City' research cluster
Launch and first reading group for the 'Performing Narratives' cluster
Second reading group for 'Space, Place and the City'
|Links: Storify||Links: Storify and blog post||Links: Storify and blog post|
|1st December 2016|
'Sharing Research' session
Workshop run by Cathia Jenainati from Warwick
This monthly publication is circulated among the MITN community to share news and initiatives.
Newsletter n° 7 - November 2016 link
Newsletter n° 8 - February 2017 pdf
Newsletter n° 9 - March 2017 pdf
Newsletter n° 10-special issue - March 2017 pdf
Newsletter n° 11 - May 2017 pdf