MITN invites abstracts of no more than 350 words for the forthcoming Language, Translation, and Migration conference and public summit, which will be held at the University of Warwick on 24-26th May 2017. More info following this link.
4th Postgraduate MITN Workshop
Date: Thursday, 1st December
University of Bologna Doctoral Collaboration
MITN is very pleased to welcome two joint doctoral researchers from the University of Bologna/Monash University, Gaia Aragrande and Beatrice Spallaccia. For more information, please check our Bologna cohort page, and email Gaia Aragrande or Beatrice Spallaccia with questions about how you can get involved.
iMean 5 Conference, UWE Bristol, 6- 8 April 2017 (with pre-conference Workshops on 5 April)
Abstract submission deadline: 5 January 2017.
Theme: Language and Change
MITN were proud to co-sponsor the panel discussion, ‘Objects in Translation’ which was held on Tuesday May 3rd at the National Gallery of Victoria. The panel was a lively discussion on the opportunities and challenges involved in telling history and the study of objects and material culture.
Identities in Motion: Legacies and Representations of Mobility in Contemporary Italy
Venue: University of Warwick - Wolfson Research Exchange, University Library
4 March 2016, 14.00 - 21.00
'Identities in motion' engages with recent trends in Modern Languages research, aiming to be a forum in which to discuss different methodologies and representational practices. In the context of discussing mobility, Italy offers an interesting case study due to the singularity of the colonial past, the complexity of the process of decolonization, the history of migration from and, in the more recent past, to Italy. All these historical and social phenomena need to be seen in a multi-disciplinary perspective that encourages a complex awareness of the different meanings of Italian identites and belonging.
Please see: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/modernlanguages/people/postgraduate/panzarella/identitiesmotion
MITN is proud to support Monash committee member Dr Adam Clulow's upcoming conference, The Global Company (3-5 December, hosted by the University of Heidelberg). The conference has been supported by the prestigious International Research Award in Global History 2015, jointly awarded by the universities of Heidelberg, Basel, and Sydney.
The Australian Academy of the Humanities is pleased to call for nominations for its inaugural Medal for Excellence in Translation. The medal is awarded biennially to the best translation into English produced by an Australian translator.
Nominations close AEST 5:00pm Monday 7 December 2015. Details of the submission procedure are available here.