The Migration, Identity and Translation Network (MITN) was launched in August 2015. MITN acts as a hub for researchers, teachers, students, and practitioners interested in any or all of our overlapping thematic areas of: Global Objects of Trade and Travel; Translating Pain; Literary Habitats; and Migration and Work.
MITN has an active post graduate and early career research group led by MITN Doctoral Fellows and research students attached to particular MITN research clusters.
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MITN is a project supported by the Monash-Warwick Alliance
The MITN Postgrad/Early Career Research group are pleased to announce that the University of Bologna have formally joined alongside Warwick and Monash universities, represented by Gaia Aragrande and Beatrice Spallaccia. The new reps have already proposed new research clusters around gender and media, and will be hosting the MITN Postgrad Summer School on 12-14 July 2017. To see updates on their contribution, keep an eye on their MITN webpage.
Language, Translation, and Migration: Conference and Public Summit 2018
University of Warwick 24-26th May 2018
To investigate the diversity of language practices and their consequences in different social spaces, including (but not limited to) educational systems, professional environments, health, the law.
To address the complexity of migration discourses through the lens of language and linguistic interaction, with special attention to the role, presence and understanding of translation, self-translation and other multilingual practices.
The conference will be followed by a public summit focusing on the relationship between language, translation, social mobility and social cohesion.
Please visit the conference website for further details.
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