News / Events
AEL SWAN is delighted to welcome Ren McGuicken from the Rainbow Project who will deliver two training and awareness sessions for AEL staff and students
Staff and Student Get-together: Come together for a coffee and a traybake, and support PIPS, a local suicide and self-harm prevention and support charity
Sophie Collins poetry reading 'Poetry and Ekphrasis: Challenging Patriarchal Models' is now available online
In the conversation between Dr Isobel Anderson and Professor Paul Stapleton, on 4th February 2021, they explored the intersection between self-esteem, gender and music technology.
This event on 11 April 2019 raised over £200 for Belfast and Lisburn Women’s Aid, who provide confidential support, information and emergency accommodation for women and children affected by domestic violence.
At the JAM (Junior Academy of Music) brass recital on Saturday 6th April 2019 six pupils received School of AEL, Athena SWAN Initiative Awards.
In celebration of International Women’s Day 2020, the AEL SWAN team in cooperation with Waking the Feminists NI and UCU NI, coordinated an alternative university event at the Crescent Arts Centre on 12 March 2020.
As part of International Men’s Day, the Athena SWAN Committee in the School of Arts, English and Languages is screening the critically acclaimed film Jawbone.
'Crossing Boundaries in Language Teaching: Northern Ireland and Beyond', took place on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 May.2019 in Queen's University Belfast.
Dr Emily Mark-FitzGerald (School of Art History and Cultural Policy, University College Dublin) spoke about her work with colleagues across institutions during and immediately after the referendum on the 8th Amendment in the Republic of Ireland 2018.
On Thursday 28 March 2019 Dr Michela Baldo (Honorary Fellow in Translation Studies, University of Hull) gave a talk on feminist and queer language, dealing with how gender and sexuality is represented in our language choices.