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'Writing Place', Sheffield, Friday 6 May

Forsdick, Charles (2 avr. 2016)

You are invited to 'Writing Place', a free public event in which three contemporary authors will read from their recent books on landscape and place: - Karl Whitney, Hidden City: Adventures and Explorations in Dublin (Penguin) - Joanna Walsh, Hotel (Bloomsbury) - David Matless, The Regional Book ( ...

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Translation and Reception: 21st-Century French Fiction in the UK

Forsdick, Charles (18 févr. 2013)

Translation and Reception: 21st-Century French Fiction in the UK Friday April 12th 2013 at the French Institute, South Kensington. Organised by the Society for French Studies and the French Studies Library Group, with the collaboration of the Institut français. This event will bring together some ...

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The ocean as 'translation zone'...

Forsdick, Charles (29 janv. 2013)

At the end of last week, I co-organized with Bill Marshall, at the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies in the University of London, a conference on ‘Oceans: Concepts and Cultures’. Bill and I have both been struck by the ways in which, over the past two decades at least, spatial categories ...

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CFP: Turqueries et regards croisés entre l’Orient et l’Occident

Forsdick, Charles (5 nov. 2015)

Université d’Ankara Faculté des Lettres Colloque international organisé par le Département de Langue et Littérature françaises à l’occasion du 80ème anniversaire des études françaises à l’Université d’Ankara (1936-2016) Turqueries et regards croisés entre l’Orient et l’ ...

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PEREC’S GEOGRAPHIES / PERECQUIAN GEOGRAPHIES, Sheffield, 6 May 2016

Forsdick, Charles (4 déc. 2015)

PEREC’S GEOGRAPHIES / PERECQUIAN GEOGRAPHIES Interdisciplinary Symposium University of Sheffield, Friday 6- Saturday 7 May, 2016 Supported by the AHRC 'Translating Cultures' theme, The Society for French Studies and the University of Sheffield, Dept of Geography Georges Perec was one of the ...

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Translation in a Digital Age

Forsdick, Charles (28 nov. 2013)

Monday 11th November saw the British Academy host Translation in a Digital Age, an AHRC-supported event open to the public and forming part of Language Festival 2013, run by the BA in conjunction with the Guardian. The presentations of the five-speaker panel built on discussions from a similar event ...

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Linguistic and Cultural Interchange: Policies and Practices

Forsdick, Charles (25 janv. 2015)

Linguistic and Cultural Interchange: Policies and Practices University of Warwick Campus - Room LIB 2 20 February 2015  This is the first workshop of the AHRC-funded project, ‘Transnationalizing Modern Languages: Mobility, Identity and Translation in Modern Italian Cultures’. The workshop ...

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Interview: Institute of Modern Language Research

Forsdick, Charles (10 déc. 2013)

The (re)launch of the Institute of Modern Language Research (IMLR) at Senate House on 7 December was a great success, and I was delighted to be offered the opportunity to share a panel with Barry Smith to present the interdisciplinary challenges afforded by the two themes for which we are ...

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Modern Languages and Disability Studies

Forsdick, Charles (25 mars 2013)

Thursday of last week I was very pleased to be able to participate in the Whose Tragedy? workshop at the Centre for Creative Collaboration (c4cc), an event organized by Hannah Thompson, author of the excellent Blind Spot blog. Liverpool University Press has recently published a book by Benjamin ...

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Alison Phipps of Researching Multilingually at Borders named as first UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts

Forsdick, Charles (11 oct. 2016)

UNESCO/UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW PRESS RELEASE University of Glasgow invited to join UNESCO’s prestigious Universities Network for its work in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts The University of Glasgow has been invited by UNESCO’s Director General to join its prestigious ...

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