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MITN Postgraduate and Early Career Researchers 
 
Newsletter n°3, March 31 2016
Welcome to our third MITN PG/ECR newsletter. Developments continue with our two clusters - below is information about the first reading group that was held by the 'City, Space and Place' cluster, and updated information on the 'Performing narratives' cluster. In addition are upcoming events, CFPs and some congratulations!

If you would like us to publish something for you in the next newsletter, please send it to us by the 22nd of April.
 
Best wishes,
Jessica and Gioia
MITN Postgraduate Representatives
jessica.trevitt@monash.edu / G.Panzarella@warwick.ac.uk
Warwick Website
Monash Website
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Events 


Past events:

Reading Group
'Space, Place and the City'

March 9 2016
Texts discussed were De Certeau's 'Walking in the City' and Keating's 'Discourse, Space and Place'
If you're interested in coming to the next reading group, please email Alice or Ayten.


Second Plenary Event (Storify)
Second Event (Blog)
October 28 2015
A workshop run by Felix Nobis


Third Plenary Event (Storify)
Third event (blog)
February 3rd 2016
Launch of the 'Space, Place and the City' research cluster

CFPs

Milan: Crossroads of Culture
International Conference
22-23 September 2016

Paper submission deadline: 10 April
More details of CFP here

Projects

Collaborative Translation

A group of MITN PG/ECRs are building a new research project about collaborative translations. The project explores how two or more participants with complimentary skill sets can collaboratively share functions of the translation process. The model will be tested through case studies drawn from ongoing research undertaken by PG/ECRs at Monash and Warwick, and it will then be applied as a working method in a variety of professional, community-based and academic contexts.

The current areas of focus include:
For more info, please contact Jessica or Gioia.

MITN Website Update

MITN is in the process of updating their main website, hosted by Warwick. One priority is to increase the visibility of the PG/ECR activities. Further updates to follow, but please note the following:
There is a page for PG/ECR profiles. This is designed to help you search for other MITN members who might be interested in collaborating on a project or a cluster. Please email us if you would like to have your profile uploaded.

MITN Blog

Alice Whitmore and Ayten Alibaba reflect on the event that launched the postgraduate research cluster 'Space Place and the City'. 
Please email MITN Project Coordinator Gavin Schwartz-Leeper if you wish to contribute to the blog.

Funding Opp

The deadline for applications is April 11
The Monash/Warwick Alliance is offering funding for student projects 'that seek to integrate the student bodies of both universities' by organising academic events, cultural and intercultural activities or skills development events. If you have a current project that might fit this profile, or a project idea you'd like to develop, see more details here (for Warwick students) and here (for Monash students). 
'Performing Narratives' Cluster
Watch this space! The first cluster event will be held around May 2016.
This cluster adopts a broad understanding of the concepts of performance and narrative. It aims 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. For more info, please contact Reagan or Naomi 

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 us with your ideas and we will publish an Expression of Interest!

Congrats!

To our MITN/Warwick colleagues Liam Lewis and Gianmarco Mancosu, who were among the winners of the Warwick HRC Doctoral Fellowship Competition. Have a look at the conferences they will (co-)organize: Bodies in Flux and Trespassing the Borders respectively. 

Events of Interest


Literary Commons Translation Workshops
Sponsored by Monash University
April 5-6 2016

Under Control. Childhood and 20th Century Dictatorships (1917-1991)
University of Warwick
May 19 2016

Monash Translation and Intercultural research seminar series 
3.30-5pm, E561 Menzies, Monash University Clayton
April 13 2016:
Beau Lowenstern, Editor of Asymptote journal
'The Space Between: Translation and the Literary Journal in the Age of Twitter'
11 May 2016:
Kylie Doust, PhD Candidate at Latrobe University, Melbourne
'Translating Italian works into English - the Italian publisher's approach'

Annual Migration Postgraduate Research Conference
Sheffield University
June 9 2016

Everywhere and Nowhere
An Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Symposium On Imagined Spaces
University of Nottingham
20 June 2016
Paper submission deadline: 22 April. Cfp here

CFP: Trans-Asia Human Mobilities and Encounters
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
23 – 24 January 2017 
Organized by the Monash Asia Institute, Monash University & Institute of Asian Studies, Chulalongkorn University
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