The Migration, Identity, and Translation Network (MITN) is a multi-disciplinary network comprised of researchers from across a range of faculties from Monash University and the University of Warwick via the Monash-Warwick Alliance. We explore issues relating to migration, identity, and translation from a variety of literary, cultural, linguistic, sociological, and historical perspectives, and seek to bring that expertise into developing world-leading research and teaching and learning projects. We work closely with partners throughout both universities, ranging from individual researchers and students through to other research networks and centres.
The Migration, Identity, and Translation Network seeks to establish and support new research and pedagogical practices which develop the Network’s thematic areas from interdisciplinary and international perspectives.
To establish MITN and the Alliance as leading support structures for the interdisciplinary study of migration, identity, and translation; to facilitate the dissemination of that research throughout the Alliance and its external partners; and to establish the Network as a focal point for public debate and policy-making in areas relevant to MITN’s thematic coverage.