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CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS: COMPUTER-ASSISTED LITERARY TRANSLATION WORKSHOPS Swansea University, 25-26 January and 27-28 May 2019
Dan Brown and the Origins of Fake News
Martin Luther King Jr., Coretta Scott King, and civil rights
'Edward Thomas and Wales' - Book Launch
Ageing in Shrinking Cities
Celebrating our humanity: Exploring what it means to be human.
'Dim ond Llais' Launch event
Kamila Shamsie - 'Home Fire'
Origins and evolution of a theory: Alfred Russel Wallace
'Rethinking the Intergenerational Transmission of Memory: Surrogation in Works by Pedro Almodóvar and Inês Pedrosa' - Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes (University of Warwick)
‘Once Upon a Time, the End’
Arthur Ransome’s ‘Old Peter’s Russian Tales - 'Once Upon A Time, Deep In The Forest'
Youth Justice Symposium
Welsh Department Research Seminar
Plurilingual Pathways for Integration: Rethinking Hosts vs Guest in the 21st Century
International Criminal Justice - The Road Less Travelled.
Pip Broughton and Matthew Hall - Keeping Faith/Un Bore Mercher, the story of a drama’s success, from script to broadcast
The Sex Work Research Hub Annual Postgraduate Research Conference