To be held on Monday 15 June 2015.
The Department of Languages, Translation and Communication's Annual Postgraduate Symposium will be held on Monday 15 June 2015 in Room 130, Keir Hardie Building. Please see the programme below.
If you would like to attend, please contact Professor Julian Preece: email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
9.30 – 11.30: Panel One
Luke Edwards (Film Studies), Of Serbs and Centipedes: Creating/ive Controversy and the ‘Meme-ification’ of the Extreme
Katie Jones (German and English Literature), Filming the Eroticised Trauma Narrative
Shareena Hamzah (English Literature and Gencas), Food Fetishism in the Writings of Jeanette Winterson
11.45-1.00: Panel Two
Anna-Lou Dijkstra (Translation / European Travellers to Wales Project), Imagining Wales in German Guidebooks (1870-1970)
Jack Horton (History and German), Political and Unpolitical Definitions of Freedom: From Luther to Mann
2.00-3.00: Panel Three
Sayeed Mathath (Film Studies), Fact and fiction in Indian Cinema
Yakun Yu (Media and Communication), ‘China’s Dream’---a Country’s Dream Propagated through Chinese Mass Media
3.00-4.30: Panel Four
Laura Webb (Latin American Studies), ¿Aquí viven genocidas? Reframing State Terror in Human Rights Discourse in Argentina
Aled Rees (Latin American Studies), The Role of Language in Fernando Vallejo’s La virgen de los sicarios / Our Lady of The Assassins
6.00 pm (Glyndwr A): Screening of My Friend the Enemy (50 mins), followed by Q and A with the director Wanda Koscia
(The Film screening is a special event, open to all.)
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