FW: HEA-AHRC symposia on interculturalism and translating cultures
HEA-AHRC symposia on interculturalism and translating cultures
The Higher Education Academy (HEA) and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) are delighted to announce a series of events exploring research-led teaching in the areas of interculturalism and translating cultures. The events are free to attend, but registration is required. Further details are available on the event webpages. Enquiries relating to the HEA-AHRC partnership can be directed to Dr Filippo Nereo, Discipline Lead for Languages.
This interdisciplinary collaborative event will bring together scholars, educators, publishers, policy-makers and community members (community leaders, activists and professionals) to engage in discussion and share their perspectives on research and teaching of Belarusian and Ukrainian-related material in UK HEIs, creating space for synergies in approaches and encouraging future collaborations.
PGR/PGT students, tutors and other colleagues are invited to this exciting and interactive event for a creative exchange of ideas and innovative approaches in research-led teaching; learning skills around interculturality and researching multilingually in postgraduate education, with a focus on diversity, multimodal texts and collaborative research spaces.
This two-day PGT/PGR training will provide translation training for researchers in subject areas other than languages and translation studies, such as journalism, business and science. Translation professionals will share their expertise in translation and culture and thus provide a platform for future cooperation between arts, humanities and scientific research areas.
The event is designed to bring together researchers and practitioners to discuss how challenges in healthcare education, research and practice within the context of diverse multi-cultural community groups may be addressed by improving linguistic and cultural competency amongst healthcare professionals, and to inform future teaching and research strategies.
The aim of this symposium is to explore the use of digital technology in translator training and current IT requirements in the translation industry. The focus is put on how to best maximise student employability by keeping teaching syllabuses in line with the changing roles of the translation profession.
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