TML @ the 25th AEMI conference in Turin

11.10.2015 in News

The 25th annual conference of the Association of European Migration Institutions (AEMI) took place in Turin at the Centro Altreitalie from the 24th to the 26th of September 2015. The title of the event was ‘Europe and Migrations in the 3rd Millenium and participants came…

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New Series Announced Transnational Modern Languages

08.10.2015 in News

We are delighted that Liverpool University Press has just announced the new series ‘Transnational Modern Languages’ on its website. This major new initiative will provide an essential resource for students of Modern Languages to study the interaction of languages and cultures in a world that…


Listen to ‘What is Modern Languages Research?’

08.10.2015 in News

The IMLR has uploaded its recordings of the event ‘What is Modern Languages Research?’ which took place on 15 July. Charles Burdett, Derek Duncan and Loredana Polezzi from the TML team present their ideas and views on what is an extremely topical question. Listen also…

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Familiar Strangers: A Poem by ‘Femi Abidogun

07.09.2015 in News

We held a really stimulating and enjoyable series of creative writing workshops at the Sandwell Arts Cafe in May this year, aimed at those writing and living between languages and cultures. Over the coming months we’re pleased to be able to share some of the…

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Exhibition – Italian Australian: Creating Culture, Defining Diaspora

27.08.2015 in News

Italian Australian: Creating Culture, Defining Diaspora Museo Italiano, Co.As.It., 199 Faraday Street, Carlton 27 August – 16 October 2015 Tuesday – Friday 10am-5pm; Saturday 12.30pm-5pm Free entry     Opening event: Wednesday 26 August, 6.30pm Guest speaker: Professor Ghassan Hage, The University of Melbourne RSVP:…

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Critical Cultural Translation: practice more than theory

15.05.2015 in News

Critical Cultural Translation: practice more than theory Second TML Workshop  Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Friday 12 June 2015 Organisers: Derek Duncan (St Andrews) and Margaret Hills de Zarate (QMU)       Register free at Critical Cultural Translation Programme          

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