Dr Neil Sadler

  • Dr Neil Sadler

RESEARCH FOCUS

Dr Sadler’s research focuses principally on translated and multi-lingual narratives on social media, with an emphasis on news mediation by citizens and activists in Egypt and the broader Arab world. His work explores the construction of geographically and culturally distant events through fragmented storytelling practices and draws on diverse theoretical interests including: socio-narrative and narratological theory; media theory; critical discourse analysis; post-colonial theory; hermeneutics and critical theory.

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RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES

Open to PhD applications in the field of 

  • Arabic-English translation
  • Translation in the Arab world
  • Media and journalistic translation
  • Citizen media
  • Narrative approaches
  • Non-professional translation
  • Digital culture
  • Activist translation
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Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science

School Of Arts, English And Languages

Centre for Translation and Interpreting

 

Research students

PhD title: Translating Synonyms in Hadith


Name: Mohammad al-Shagare
Country: Saudi Arabia

PhD title: Describing the Maze/Long Kesh: The Role of Voice and Word Choice in Audio Description


Name: Sarah McDonagh
Country: Ireland

 

PhD title: Bringing Back the Cultural Other: A Cultural Translation of The Water Diviner into Arabic


Name: Nader Albakower
Country: Jordan

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