Connect with peers and explore wider cross-cultural communication and translation issues Connect with peers and explore wider cross-cultural communication and translation issues

This series has two aims. One aim is to provide an opportunity for UEA colleagues and students to attend presentations focused on issues of cross-cultural communication and translation studies, our two main areas of research. The other aim is to connect with guests from the local community who have an interest in the topic addressed and can offer valuable perspectives, thus widening the impact of the research while, at the same time, contributing to the development of the research itself.

 

LCS Research Seminar

Spring 2020

Wednesdays 3-4pm

 

February 5th, ARTS 2.06

Speaker: Maria Pavesi, University of Pavia

‘Slanguage in the languages of dubbing: A comparative approach from description to reception’

February 12th, QUEENS 2.21

Speaker: Anais Auge

‘How metaphor scenarios can reveal socio-cultural and linguistic variations of meaning: A cross-linguistic perspective on the NURTURING PARENT and STRICT FATHER frames’

February 26th, ARTS 2.05

Speaker: Kim Ridealgh

‘Potestas, Pharaohs and Powerful Talk: When face is simply not a thing’

March 4th, ZICER 0.04

Speaker: Zoe Moores, University of Roehampton

‘Fostering Access for All through Respeaking at Live Events’

March 11th, ENTERPRISE CENTRE 0.02

Speaker: Marie-Noelle Guillot

‘The expressive potential of AVT as a meaning-making resource’

March 18th, ARTS 0.30

Speakers: Silvia García Hernández and Bruno Echauri-Galván, University of Alcalá

‘Video killed the tedium in class: The use of multimodal texts in second language teaching’

April 22nd, ENTERPRISE CENTRE 0.07

Speaker: Jo Drugan

‘Transnational Organised Crime, Migration and Language Rights in the UK’

April 29th, ENTERPRISE CENTRE 0.01

Speaker: Eriko Tomizawa-Kay

‘Okinawan modern/contemporary art and politics in a transnational context’

May 6th, ARTS 0.28

Speaker: Roger Baines

‘Ethical questions for dialogue interpreters working in elite professional sport

 

 

Highlights from the 2010-11 Research Seminars

We also run a series of Research and Engagement Seminars focused on issues of intercultural competence that are intended to bring together researchers and practitioners with the aim of increasing understanding of each other's perspectives on intercultural issues and, therefore, creating opportunities for collaboration.