Literatures, Languages & Cultures

Events

What's on in the School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures.

Jan 22 2018 17.15

IMES Research Seminar: Katie Natanel

Toward 'The Good Life': Feminist Reflections on Normalcy and Hope in Israeli Settler Colonialism. A free seminar by guest speaker, Dr Katie Natanel (University of Exeter).
Jan 29 2018 17.15

IMES Research Seminar: John Nagle

Playing Chess Inside the Lion’s Mouth: LGBT Activism in Lebanon. A free seminar by guest speaker, Dr John Nagle (University of Aberdeen).
Feb 05 2018 17.15

IMES Research Seminar: Arianne Shahvisi

Problematising Migrant Domestic Work in the Middle East: A Philosopher's Perspective. A free seminar by guest speaker, Dr Arianne Shahvisi (University of Sussex).
​​​​​​​Julie Johnstone will give an illustrated talk about her artists’ books and her publishing through her imprint Essence Press. Particular current interests that she will explore include the artists’ book as a contemplative physical space, the correlation between the breath and the turning of pages, and the way visual perception and attentiveness can be explored in the artists’ book format.
Feb 12 2018 17.15

IMES Research Seminar: Alberto Carbajal

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly?: Unveiling American Muslim Women in Rolla Selbak’s Three Veils. A free seminar by guest speaker, Dr Alberto Carbajal (Roehampton University).
Feb 19 2018 17.15

IMES Research Seminar: Ruba Saleh

Refugees, Embodied Memories, and Intimate Politics: Palestinian Tales. A free seminar by guest speaker, Dr Ruba Saleh (SOAS).
Translation Studies Seminar Series - Spring 2018
Feb 21 2018 -

Us vs. Them: Autonomous and heteronomous interpreting practices in the history of signed language interpreting

A free seminar by guest speaker, Nadja Grbic (Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz)
Feb 26 2018 17.15

IMES Research Seminar: Afaf Jabiri

Gendered Politics and Law in Jordan: Guardianship over Women. A free seminar by guest speaker, Dr Afaf Jabiri (University of East London).
Translation Studies Seminar Series - Spring 2018
Mar 14 2018 -

Feminist Translation Studies in a transnational world: the joys and challenges of building alliances

A free seminar by guest speaker, Olga Castro (Aston University Birmingham)
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Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig is a biennial academic conference series established in 2000 to promote research on any and all topics related to Gaelic as well as to promote research through the medium of Gaelic. We welcome the submission of abstracts for research papers and for posters on any area of scholarship relating to Gaelic, including literature (oral and written), song and musical traditions, history, onomastics, linguistics, sociolinguistics, education, language policy, media studies, politics, social policy, economics, and so forth.
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’S e co-labhairt sgoilearach a thèid a chumail gach dàrna bliadhna a tha ann an Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig. Chaidh an sreath cho-labhairtean seo a stèidheachadh anns a’ bhliadhna 2000 gus gach seòrsa rannsachaidh co-cheangailte ris a’ Ghàidhlig, agus gus cleachdadh na Gàidhlig ann an rannsachadh, adhartachadh.

Events archive

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