Research Day of the School of Languages

The Moore Institute Seminar Room

Date & Time
2nd May, 2013 @ 09:00:00

School of Languages,

Literatures and Cultures

Research Day


9am – 9.30am: Welcome reception with tea and coffee – Welcome from Prof. Lokesh Joshi

9.30 – 10.30am: Panel 1 (Chair: John Walsh)

Jason O’Rorke (Classics): ‘At the school of the grammaticus: literary education in Late Antiquity’
Aoife Connolly (French): ‘Performing the Pied-Noir Family’
Tina-Karen Pusse (German): ‘From Ego to Eco: Transcultural Ecologies’

10.30 – 11am: Coffee break

11am – 12: Panel 2 (Chair: Jacopo Bisagni)
Catherine Emerson (French): ‘Gegraueert en oic dyveerssche ymagyen: Uses of Code-Switching in Dutch and French’
Mark Stansbury (Classics): ‘Irish Script and Irish Identity at Luxeuil’
Eilís Ní Dhúill (Gaeilge): ‘An Scéalaíocht i gCorca Dhuibhne / Storytelling in West Kerry’

12 – 2pm: Lunch break

2 – 3pm: Panel 3 (Chair: Mel Boland)
Barry Nevin (French): ‘Narrative Spaces in the Films of Jean Renoir’
Pádraic Moran(Classics): ‘Planning for Digital Projects’
Laura Incalcaterra McLoughlin (Italian): ‘Italian in blended learning: Diploma in Italian online’

3 – 3.30pm: Coffee break

3.30 – 4.30pm: Closing session (Chair: Sylvie Lannegrand)

An open discussion of future research strategies for the School.

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