Research Events and Activities
The Modern Languages CDRG Seminar Series and annual Research Showcase
Our yearly programme of activities in Modern Languages – seminar series, workshops, focussed reading groups, and a June research showcase – brings together an inclusive community of over 100 staff, postgraduate research students, post-doctoral candidates, in which all our undergraduates are welcome.
We are all passionate about all the different avenues of research in Irish, Spanish, Portuguese, French, and Translation and Interpreting
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Modern Languages Core Disciplinary Research Group Seminar Series
Schedule of Meetings, Semester ONE 2020-21
Schedule of Meetings, Semester TWO 2020-21
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Modern Languages at Queen’s hosts various conferences throughout the academic year, from large international gatherings like Brazil in the Spotlight, the second conference of REBRAC (European Network of Brazilianists Working in Cultural Analysis) in November 2016, to smaller themed symposia typically organised by post-doctoral fellows and post-graduate students, like the Adeffi Journée des Doctorants, held virtually in September 2020.
Since 2019, staff, post-doctoral and post-graduate students in Modern Languages have organised an exciting roster of conferences and symposia on the following subjects: Languages in Conflict and Reconciliation; Cultures of Intimacy in 19th-Century France and Belgium; Mobilities and Moorings: negotiating spaces and identities in modern and contemporary French and Francophone culture; UK Language Policy after Brexit; Chinese Traits, Francophone Lines: The Value of Transcultural Creativity; ADEFFI (Association des études françaises et francophones d'Irlande); First workshop of the AHRC Network Women, Religion, and Culture in Spain and Spanish America 1900-2000; Mozambique through literature, film & policy making; Breaking Silences.