Italy, Islam and the Islamic World: Representations and Reflections from 9/11 to the Arab Uprisings

10.03.2016 in News

[gview file=”http://transnationalmodlang.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/files/2016/03/Burdett-cover-P2b-3.pdf”] The recent emergence and increasing visibility of Islam as Italy’s second religion is an issue of undeniable importance. It has generated an intense and often polarized debate that has involved all the cultural, political and religious institutions of the country and some of…

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TML at John D. Calandra Italian American Institute, New York

07.03.2016 in News

MIGRATING OBJECTS Material Culture and Italian Identities April 28-30, 2016 JOHN D. CALANDRA ITALIAN AMERICAN INSTITUTE Queens College, City University of New York 25 West 43rd Street, 17th floor (between 5th and 6th Avenues), Manhattan.         Loredana Polezzi, Margaret Hills de Zàrate…

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Three recent talks on translation by Loredana Polezzi (TML Team)

01.03.2016 in News

On Friday 19th February 2016, TML member Loredana Polezzi (Cardiff) spoke at the ‘Translation and Interpreting in Multilingual Contexts’ conference held at Aston University, Birmingham (UK). Her talk was entitled ‘Rethinking the Translation Continuum’ and formed part of a panel on ‘Conceptualizing Multilingualism vis-à-vis Translation’…

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‘Art In Translation’ Exhibition

16.01.2016 in News

The Byre Theatre, University of St Andrews 8th to 26th February 2016 Free Entry 10am till 10pm     The work in this exhibition is the latest edition of an ongoing collaboration between the AHRC funded research project ‘Transnationalizing Modern Languages’ and two secondary schools…

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TML is involved in the new archive exhibition, ‘Family Portrait: The Scots Italians 1890 – 1940’, National Records of Scotland, Edinburgh (3 December 2015 – 29 January 2016).

01.12.2015 in News

Terri Colpi and Carlo Pirozzi have contributed to curating a new archive exhibition, ‘Family Portrait: The Scots Italians 1890 – 1940’, which opens on 1st December 2015 at National Records of Scotland (NRS) in Edinburgh.  Created by NRS in partnership with the Italian Consulate General of…

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