MC Events workshops

TML Policy Report and BA event – 9 November 2018

24.09.2018 in MC Events workshops

Translating Cultures and Modern Languages British Academy 9 November 2018, 10-30 am to 4.30 pm The AHRC theme ‘Translating Cultures’ has been highly significant in furthering research across a wide range of disciplines. The event at the British Academy provided the opportunity to discuss the…

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TML Work with Drummond and Castlebrae CH Schools

21.03.2017 in MC Events workshops

An important part of TML is the work that the project is co-producing with Drummond and Castlebrae Community High Schools in Edinburgh. The video ‘Art in Translation’ shows the results of the collaborative project involving university researchers and school teachers and pupils. The project is…

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TML: Reshaping the discipline for the 21st Century

06.06.2016 in MC Events workshops

TRANSNATIONALIZING MODERN LANGUAGES: RESHAPING THE DISCIPLINE FOR THE 21ST CENTURY The British Academy, Friday, 26 February 2016 The event presented the work that the project is accomplishing within HE, schools and the wider community. It asked how MLs promote cultural as well as linguistic competences…

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Workshop on mobility and human subjectivities – Venice

27.01.2016 in MC Events workshops

  Barbara Spadaro (TML Team) Transforming methodologies and disciplinary frameworks. A workshop on mobility and human subjectivities Summer School Transnational Italian Studies – Venice, 20-21 September 2015 This workshop has brought together scholars whose innovative work on ideas of mobility has challenged disciplinary boundaries and…

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Linguistic and Cultural Interchange Workshop – Warwick

26.01.2016 in MC Events workshops

Naomi Wells (TML Team) Linguistic and Cultural Interchange: Policies and Practices, University of Warwick, February 2015 Beginning a dialogue around sites of linguistic and cultural exchange, the first TML workshop brought together local and international policy-makers, practitioners and experts to share their experiences from both…

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