Talk to be held by the Confucius Institute on 27th January 2015
Location: Room 2.22, The Research Beehive (refreshments available from 15:30 in the Beehive Lounge)
Time/Date: 27th January 2015, 16:00 - 17:00
The Confucius Institute's fourth seminar is entitled Developmentalism as New Ideology: A Case Study of A CCTV Documentary Series
by Dr Dr Qing Cao, Durham University.
27th January 2015, 16:00 - 17:00, Professor Lucile Desblache, Roehampton University
Location: KEVII.2.01 (LT)
Time/Date: 27th January 2015, 15:59 - 17:00
Professor Desblache will consider essential strategies needed to transfer musical elements when they are part of or hidden in a text: concision, intertextual awareness and attentiveness to stylistic features.
A half-day symposium organized by Research Centre for Film and Digital Media
Location: Culture Lab, Newcastle University
Time/Date: 23rd January 2015, 13:30 - 16:00
Friday 23rd January at 1.30pm in Culture Lab, Newcastle University, The Research Centre for Film and Digital Media (RCFDM) at Newcastle University is hosting a half-day symposium on film and visual culture in Northern Ireland, to be followed by the launch of Paula Blair's Old Borders, New Technologies: Reframing Film and Visual Culture in Contemporary Northern Ireland (Peter Lang, 2014).
Experiencing Conference Interpreting at first hand. All welcome!
Location: Old Library Building
Time/Date: 11th December 2014 - 12th December 2014, 09:00 - 16:00
Guest speakers from various backgrounds will gather to share their thoughts at which promises to be two enjoyable and informative days. The working languages of our conference are English and Chinese. Students from T&I Stage II will provide consecutive interpreting services on site to help you overcome any linguistic barriers. We look forward to seeing you! For the most up-to-date programm "like" the School of Modern Languages on our Facebook Fan Page.
Join us to celebrate the links between the North East and Germany
Location: Courtyard, Old Library Building, Newcastle University
Time/Date: 2nd December 2014, 16:30 - 18:00
The North East German Network is part of the developing national ‘Think German’ network which is being initiated by universities in various regions across the UK. NEGN is dedicated to productive cross-cultural cooperation involving schools, cultural organizations, businesses, and policy-makers. The NEGN website will be a portal to all things German for schools, students, businesses and indeed for all those who have an interest in the German language and its culture within the North East region. For a sneak preview of what the network will encompass, follow us on Twitter Account
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