Organized by the MITN Doctoral Fellows Lola Sundin (email@example.com), Christina Efthymiadou (C.Efthymiadou@warwick.ac.uk), Kyoungmi Kim (Kyoungmi.Kim@warwick.ac.uk), Gaia Aragrande (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Beatrice Spallaccia (email@example.com)
These clusters represent common points of interest among the MITN PG/ECRs, and they offer the opportunity to develop skills by organizing interdisciplinary events in order to facilitate collaboration and career development. Click on the links to find out more, and if you are interested in taking part, please email the cluster coordinators.
SYMPOSIUM: COLLABORATIVE TRANSLATION: A MODEL FOR INCLUSION. MONASH UNIVERSITY. PRATO CAMPUS, ITALY.
We are organizing a public symposium at Monash University Prato campus, Italy in July 2017, presenting overall project results and encouraging further implementation of the practice.
The Migration Identity and Translation Network (MITN) presents: Representations of Identities in Contemporary Societies The first MITN Summer School, 12-14 July 2017 Teaching Hub…
This monthly publication is circulated among the MITN community to share news and initiatives.