Modern Languages Research Training Programme 2021-2022
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 February to March 2022:
1. Conducting Research in Post-Conflict Contexts*
Session leader: Catherine Gilbert (Newcastle)
Date and time: Wednesday 2 February 2022, 2pm-4pm GMT
2. Environmental Humanities and World Literature/Translation Workshop: Ecopoetic Matters in Translated World-War Literature by Guillaume Apollinaire and Giuseppe Ungaretti**
Session leader: Daniel Finch-Race (Bologna)
Date and time: Wednesday 9 February 2022, 2pm-4pm GMT
Booking link: Environmental Humanities and World Literature/Translation Workshop: Ecopoetic Matters in Translated World-War Literature by Guillaume Apollinaire and Giuseppe Ungaretti | The Institute of Modern Languages Research (sas.ac.uk)
3. Disability Studies and Modern Languages Research
Session leader: Eleanor Jones (Southampton)
Date and time: Wednesday 23 February 2022, 2pm-3.30pm GMT
4. Working in the field: Photographic Methods*
Speakers: Tom Martin (Lincoln) & Chandra Morrison (LSE)
Date and time: Wednesday 2 and Wednesday 9 March 2022, 12-2pm GMT
5. Grounding World Literature**
Session leader: Jack Clift (SOAS)
Date and time: Wednesday 23 March, 2-4pm
Registration for further sessions planned for Terms 3 will be announced in March, and these sessions will cover topics including Modern Languages archives and collections, decolonial methods, visual analysis, languages research in schools, applying for research grants, decolonising data for cultural research* and research in and with indigenous communities*.
Please contact email@example.com if you have any questions about the programme.
** These sessions are part of the Convocation Seminars in World Literature and Translation led by Joseph Ford (IMLR) and convened with LINKS (London Intercollegiate Network for Comparative Studies)’.