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Keynote and Roundtable on interpreter education

Location: Research Beehive, Old Library Building, Newcastle University
Time/Date: 25th April 2014, 10:00 - 17:00

The Interpreting and Translating Section of the School of Modern Languages held a "Newcastle Interpreting Forum"  alongside of the Televic Simultaneous Interpreting Competition, showcasing the strength of this emerging field of research in Newcastle

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Second round of the successful Newcastle Interpreting Forum

Location: Old Library Building, Newcastle University
Time/Date: 23rd April 2014,

For the second time, Newcastle hosted to the Televic Simultaneous Interpreting Competition. The international competition aims to provide a friendly environment for interpreter students to put their skills to the test in front of a real audience, and to create a platform for them to exchange their learning experiences as professional interpreters. 

thumbnail Exhibition on Luís de Camões

Celebrating 50 years of Portuguese Teaching at Newcastle

Location: Long Gallery, Fine Art Department
Time/Date: 19th April 2014 - 2nd May 2014,

Ana Cristina Assunção, Portuguese Leitora at the School of Modern Languages, has organised an exhibition to celebrate the name sake of the Camões Institute at Newcastle. The exhibition on the greatest poet in the Portuguese language will be on show until 2 May 2014.

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Early bird discount for 9th Newcastle-upon-Tyne Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics

Location: Percy Building, Newcastle University
Time/Date: 4th April 2014, 09:00 - 18:30

We are pleased to announce that registration for the 9th Newcastle-upon-Tyne Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics is now open. Register here - earlybird discount until 4 March!

thumbnail Now online: Newcastle Mystery Play performance

SML and SELLL staff and students revived medieval tradition

Location: Castle Keep
Time/Date: 28th March 2014, 17:00 - 19:00

SML and SELLL staff and students revived the medieval tradition of 'Mystery Plays' in Newcastle. The mystery play of the 'Building of the Ark' was originally performed by the Shipwrights' Guild on Corpus Christi in an open air production during the procession through the markets of Newcastle. Today's performance was staged in the best preserved medieval part of Newcastle, the Great Hall of the Castle Keep. If you could not make the participatory performance of Newcastle's signature play, here is your chance to watch a video of the Newcastle Mystery Play on the SML Youtube Channel!
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