Modern Languages Research Training 2021-2022
The 2021-22 Institute of Modern Languages Research’s free training programme will be delivered online on Wednesday afternoons. All sessions are free and open to researchers at any career stage, but advance registration on the IMLR’s events system will be essential (please note registrations are limited for some sessions to facilitate discussion and interaction). Registration is now open for the following sessions running from October to January:
1. Languages and Community-Based Work and Research
Session leader: Dr María Soledad Montañez
Date and time: Wednesday 27 October, 2-4pm
2. Working with and Interviewing Writers, Artists and Filmmakers*
Session leader: Dr Joseph Ford
Date and time: Wednesday 3 November 2021, 2pm - 3.30pm.
3. Digital Culture and Modern Languages Research
Session leader: Dr Naomi Wells
Date and time: Wednesday 17 November 2021, 2-3pm.
4. Getting Published for Modern Languages and Area Studies Researchers
Date: Wednesday 1 December, 2-3.30pm
Speakers: Prof. Charles Burdett, Dr Ainhoa Montoya, Dr Godela Weiss-Sussex and Dr Naomi Wells
5. Ethnography in Modern Languages and Cultures Research*
Session leaders: Dr Naomi Wells and Dr Ainhoa Montoya
Session 1: Ethnography and Modern Languages and Cultures (Wednesday 19 January 2022, 2-3pm)
Session 2: Ethnographic Fieldwork (Wednesday 26 January 2022, 2-3pm)
Registration for further sessions planned for Terms 2 and 3 will be announced in December, and these sessions will cover topics such as: world literature, environmental humanities, decolonial methods, Modern Languages archives and collections, languages research in schools, participatory photography*, decolonising data for cultural research* and research in post-conflict settings*.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about the programme.
*These sessions have been organised by the ‘Fieldwork and Modern Languages’ working group, chaired by Prof. Claire Griffiths (firstname.lastname@example.org)