“Transnationalizing Modern Languages: Mobility, Identity and Translation in Modern Italian Cultures”
Monash University will be a key partner with the University of Warwick in a new research project which was awarded £1.8million in September by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) in the United Kingdom. Established research links between the Warwick Chief Investigators, Loredana Polezzi and Jennifer Burns, and researchers in Translation and Italian Studies at Monash University played a central role in the successful outcome of the application entitled, “Transnationalizing Modern Languages: Mobility, Identity and Translation in Modern Italian Cultures”.
Rita Wilson has been nominated as the Chair of the Project’s Advisory Board and will also act as the research supervisor for the Warwick Research Assistants based at Monash. “I am very excited about the prospect of working on this ambitious transnational project which brings together a team of researchers from universities across the UK and external partners from Africa and the Americas The project is highly innovative and transformative in both scope and methodology.”
The project (led by Prof Charles Burdett, University of Bristol) looks at the Italian communities established in the UK, the US, Australia, South America, Africa and at the migrant communities of contemporary Italy. It will focus on the cultural associations that each community has formed and will examine the impact different types of linguistic and cultural translation have on notions of national identity. The AHRC awarded the grant under their Translating Cultures theme, to address the need for better understanding and communication between and across diverse cultures.
Since 2009 the School has been actively collaborating with the University of Warwick with successful outcomes including collaboration in the areas of Mobility and Migration, Cultural and Linguistic Translation and the Joint Doctoral Program.
Australia-Japan Foundation Grant Program
Group of Eight-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme
Copyright Agency Limited – CAL’s Culture Fund
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Go8 European Fellowship Scheme
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Ministry of Culture of Spain and the ANU
The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation
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Professor Wallace Kirsop
Collier Charitable Fund
Ukrainian Studies Foundation in Australia
Educational Legacy of Vasil’ Sukhomlyns’kyi
Dr Alan Cockerill
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Part II: Raising the political stakes with Jeanne d’Arc and Dr Ali Alizadeh
This interview is a continuation of Part I: Raising the political stakes with Jeanne d’Arc and Dr Ali Alizadeh. In Part II, we discuss political writing, the phenomena and ideology of real revolution, the question of war, and the revolutionary potential of Jeanne d’Arc in contemporary discourse, politics and concepts of universalism.
Part I: Raising the political stakes with Jeanne d’Arc and Dr Ali Alizadeh
Jeanne d’Arc (Joan of Arc)’s controversial life and death are being depicted in a comprehensive new literary work by Dr Ali Alizadeh titled The Last Days of Jeanne D’Arc due out this year. We sat down with Dr Alizadeh to explore his decades-long research into the character of Jeanne d’Arc that brought up questions about political writing, the phenomena and ideology of real revolution, the question of war, and the revolutionary potential of Jeanne d’Arc in contemporary discourse, politics and concepts of universalism.
Imagining our future: science fiction and climate change | A conversation with Emeritus Professor Andrew Milner
As 2017 begins, we reflect on the beginnings and evolution of our ideas on utopia and dystopia today. From Star Wars to Leonardo DiCaprio’s latest film on climate change, we sat down with Emeritus Professor Andrew Milner, at Monash University’s School of Languages, Linguistics and Literary Studies, to talk about his research into science fictional texts, films and comics – and importantly, how this impacts our future imaginings and humanity.
South Asian Diaspora International Researchers’ Network
A humanities project.
The ambition of this network is to unite academics and writers from around the world whose work focuses on the South Asian Diaspora. We invite all internationally established scholars as well as early-career, postdoctoral and postgraduates interested in this project to register on this network…
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