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MITN Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers 
 
Newsletter n°7, November 2016
Welcome to our seventh MITN newsletter. 

We hope you enjoyed the break! Since our last newsletter in June, we have had a lot of changes. First, we would like to thank Jessica and Gioia who were our MITN Representatives during the last year. They did a great job in its building and promoting! Now we have a new team who is excited to proceed to the next stage. Please, wish us luck!
Second, we are happy to greet a new valuable Member to our Network - the University of Bologna just recently joined us and is ready to contribute!
Thus, the new Representatives Team:

Lola Sundin  
lola.l.sundin@monash.edu  Monash, Australia
Kyoung-Mi Kim  Kyoungmi.Kim@warwick.ac.uk  Warwick, UK
Christina  Efthymiadou C.Efthymiadou@warwick.ac.uk  Warwick, UK
Beatrice Spallaccia bspallaccia@gmail.com  Bologna, Italy
Gaia Aragrande gaia.aragrande@monash.edu  Bologna, Italy
There have also been many events since June. 
Have a look at the webpage for PG/ECR MITN activities, we'd love to hear your feedback. Let us know if you would like to have a profile on the MITN website as a postgraduate or early career researcher. To do that, please, contact the representative at your University.

If you would like us to publish something for you in the next newsletter, which will be released early next year, please send it to us by the 15th of February
Please, contact Newsletter Coordinator Olha for any news update queries 

olha.shmihelska1@monash.edu
 
Best wishes,
MITN Postgraduate Representatives and Coordinators Team
Warwick Website
Monash Website

We are pleased to invite you to the MITN Workshop for research sharing that will be organised by the University of Warwick. There will be a keynote speaker and the remaining details will be advised.
When: Thursday, 1st of December
8am at Warwick, 9am at Bologna, and 7pm at Monash
Venue: R0.12, Ramphal at Warwick, B461 - Caulfield at Monash
The venue for Bologna will be advised.
RSVP by Wednesday, 30th of November to  Kyoung-Mi
We are happy to inform you that in November MITN launched its Facebook page! Now you can be daily updated with the MITN news! We encourage everyone, who is fond of Social Media to be active in communication through our Facebook and Twitter.  
For any queries regarding Social Media, please contact its coordinator Gwyn 
#MITNPhD #monwar
MITN Facebook official page

New Cluster promoted by University Of Bologna - DIT (Department of Interpreting and Translation in Forlì)

 

Conflicts and modernity in literature, cinema and new media

Cluster description:

This cluster focuses on representations of (social) conflicts and modernity through language and discourses. In particular, we would like to inspire thoughts about how social manifestations and practices effectively impact on society as a global multi-cultural whole and, more importantly, by which means they make such an impact. In line with MITN’s multidisciplinarity, we set out to thoroughly and fully examine issues of global and local conflict in literature, movies and new media.
 

Event in February

First cluster meeting: As a follow-up of the December workshop organised by Warwick, Monash and Bologna will organise a workshop together in mid-Feb 2017 in order to introduce and promote the new cluster. Provisionally the title of this workshop will be “Humour and Identity in Audiovisual Translation.” There will be a keynote speaker from Monash and another from Bologna, and we will advise you of who they are at a later stage.

For the cluster and the workshop info, please contact Gaia

Expression of Interest

for launching a research cluster on
Identity&Workplace (Communication) 
Some potential areas: 
How does identity become relevant to the workplace and affect professional practice?
How does identity gets constructed and negotiated in professional contexts?
How can we study identity in a workplace context?   
Please email Christina at Warwick and Chiara at Bologna for info and Olha at Monash if you would like to participate or to coordinate the cluster from Monash.
The Warwick cohort at a Space, Place and the City cluster event.

Areas of interest:
• Urbanism,habitus& social space
• Place & non-place
• Third space, migration & postcolonial literature
• Walking, wandering & the city
• The city as a site of translation


We express our gratitude to Alice, who contributed a lot to the cluster coordination last year and wish her luck with further projects!
Please email Ayten at Warwick and Cecilia at Bologna for info and if you would like to coordinate the cluster from Monash.

 

MITN Blog


Have you attended a conference, published an article or started a new research project? Would you like to share your reflections with the MITN community? 

Please email MITN Project Coordinator Gavin Schwartz-Leeper if you wish to contribute to the blog.
The Monash cohort as seen from Warwick at a Performing Narratives cluster event.

This cluster adopts a broad understanding of the concepts of performance and narrative. The aims of cluster is to incorporate:
theatre and performance studies;
narrative and performative analysis through interviews, ethnography, literary or creative research methodologies;
the location of narrative and performance in media, cultural, and institutional sites.
We express our gratitude to Naomi, who contributed a lot to the cluster coordination last year and wish her luck with further projects!
Please email Reagan at Monash and Carmen at Warwick for info.

Research Clusters

 
Is there an area of research related to migration, identity and/or translation that you would like to explore with other postgraduates and early career researchers?

Email a representative from your University with your ideas and we will publish an Expression of Interest!

We are happy to advertise the main event of next year:
 
Summer School 2017
Representations of identities
(in contemporary societies)

12-14 of July 2017

Location: Forlì, Italy

Training/ workshops for early career researchers 
Further details will be advised. Please keep an eye out for updates.

Please email a representative from your University for any queries.

Past Events 


"Europe in Crisis: Media, Myth and the Struggle for Meaning" - Lecture di Ben O'Loughlin, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
University of Bologna (Scuola Superiore di Studi Umanistici, via Marsala 26, Bologna)
15 November 2016

Translating the self: story- telling, language and identity
Monash University, Australia,
17 November 2016

Familiar Strangers: Writing across Languages and Cultures
Events Room, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, UK
Sunday 20th November, performance 11-1pm, workshop 2-4pm

Literary and Cultural Studies (LCS) Postgraduate Conference 2016
Monash University, Australia
22 November 2016

 

Upcoming Events of Interest

 

Japan in Australia Conference
The University of Queensland, St Lucia
25-27 November 2016

Translation and Diversity: Communicating Approaches in Translation Studies
THE FIFTH DURHAM POSTGRADUATE COLLOQUIUM ON TRANSLATION STUDIES

Durham Castle, Durham University, UK
11-12 
February, 2017
Keynote speakers: Annie BRISSET, Michael CRONIN 
(deadline 2 December 2016)

CFP
CON-IH 17 || Global and International History: Migration, Immigration, & Diaspora

Harvard University, USA
9-10 March 2017
(deadline 1 December 2016)

International Conference
Migrating out of Poverty: From Evidence to Policy

London, UK
28-29 March 2017

 
iMean conference
Language and Change

UWE Bristol, UK
6 - 8 April 2017

TRANSLATION [AND INTERPRETING] IN TRANSITION 3 
University of Ghent, Belgium
13-14 July 2017
(deadline 7 February 2017)
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