News in Modern Languages

Multilingualism and Islamic Literary Theory

Multilingualism and Islamic Literary Theory

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On 15th March 2019, ´╗┐Professor Rebecca Ruth Gould delivered a lecture about her ERC-funded project Global Literary Theory at the India International Centre, New Delhi.
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Friday 23 October 2020
Watching Chekhov in Tehran

Watching Chekhov in Tehran

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Essay by Professor Rebecca Gould which was awarded runner-up the 2020 Beechmore Books Arts Journalism Competition.
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Tuesday 29 September 2020
Dagmar Divjak elected Ordinary Member of the Academia Europaea

Dagmar Divjak elected Ordinary Member of the Academia Europaea

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Professor Divjak, Professorial Research Fellow in Cognitive Linguistics and Language Cognition, elected as an Ordinary Member of Academia Europaea of the Section of Linguistic Studies due to her outstanding achievements
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Tuesday 22 September 2020
Research findings delivered in old Anglo-German cinema

Research findings delivered in old Anglo-German cinema

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As part of his Anglo-German research into the Globe cinema and theatre in Oldenburg, John Goodyear delivered a public talk as part of the nationwide Tag des Offenen Denkmals on the stage in Oldenburg's Globe.
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Tuesday 18 August 2020
New programme launched to meet growing demand for Practice-Based research in Translation Studies

New programme launched to meet growing demand for Practice-Based research in Translation Studies

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The Department of Modern Languages has launched a new Practice-Based PhD programme in Translation Studies.
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Thursday 9 July 2020
The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Activism

The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Activism

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Professor Rebecca Gould and Dr Kayvan Tahmasebian edit an accessible, diverse and ground-breaking overview of literary, cultural, and political translation across a range of activist contexts.
Date:
Wednesday 17 June 2020
Bringing Colston Down

Bringing Colston Down

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'But the BLM protests showed that Colston's weighty legacy was less substantial than we had imagined: Rebecca Gould writes for the London Review of Books on Bringing Colston Down.
Date:
Monday 15 June 2020
Exploring and Exploiting Uncertainty

Exploring and Exploiting Uncertainty

Description
A new study by Dagmar Divjak and Petar Milin in the journal Cognitive Science.
Date:
Wednesday 10 June 2020
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