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Research

The School of Modern Languages provides a cutting-edge environment for both disciplinary and interdisciplinary scholarship. Recognised as a centre of excellence for research into the languages, literatures, histories, linguistics, visual cultures, and cultural identities of Europe and beyond, the School is founded on a dynamic and forward-looking research ethos in which impact on our local and global contexts is a key priority. We host or co-host a number of research groupings, including the:

Opportunities for research exchange are facilitated in a variety of contexts that are open to both staff and postgraduate students. These include:

  • a School seminar series themed each semester to promote sustained dialogue and collaboration among colleagues from inside and outside Queen’s on key research questions;
  • informal research-in-progress workshops; and
  • interdisciplinary seminars run by the research Groups and Fora  

Research interests

For more information on our individual research interests and publications, please see our staff profiles.

School Research Seminars

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Past Research Seminars

Modern Languages Seminar Series, Semester 1, 2012-13: Intermediaries/Intermedialities
Modern Languages Seminar Series, Semester 2, 2012-13: Time and Space
Translation and Interpreting Seminar Series 2012-13
Modern Languages Seminar Series, Semester 2, 2011-12

Conferences

Details of forthcoming and previous conferences hosted by the School can be found in the Conference section.