More than 30 final year students from the School of Modern Languages have translated the official guide to the 19th Century house into Spanish, German, Portuguese and Japanese ahead of the main visitor season. It is the first time that visitor information has been made available in these languages.
published on: 18th May 2015
Newcastle University Drama Translation for Interpreters and Translators Led by Dr Valerie Pellatt, this module creates an opportunity for trainee interpreters and translators to translate, produce and perform a modern Chinese play. All students on the module collaborate in the translation, and work together in the staging of the translated version in a mainstream theatre. To date students have produced English versions of Cao Yu’s ‘Peking Man’ (2012), Wan Fang’s ‘Poison’ (2013), ‘Murder’ (2014) and ‘Confession’ (2015) . Click here to view the 'Confession Promo' on YouTube.
published on: 6th May 2015
The Complete University Guide has just published its 2015 league tables, in which the School of Modern Languages at Newcastle is again highly ranked.
published on: 4th May 2015
27 April, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK – Damien Hall, Lecturer in French Linguistics at Newcastle University, will be joining the international humanities Twitter account, We the Humanities, as next week’s guest curator (4-11 May 2015).
published on: 28th April 2015
published on: 23rd April 2015