School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures Research Day

Venue
The Hardiman Research Building G011 seminar room

Date & Time
7th May, 2014 @ 09:30:00


School of Languages,Literatures and Cultures

Research Day

Programme

9.30am – 10am: reception with tea and coffee & Welcome from Professor Pól Ó Dochartaigh

10 – 11 am: Panel 1 (Chair: Clodagh Downey)

Padraic MORAN (Classics): ‘Historical and international context for translingual reading’

Lesa Ní MHUNGHAILE (Gaeilge):‘Irish language speakers in the Ottawa Valley: evidence from the 1901 Canadian Census’

Sheila WALSHE (French):‘Performative Identity and l’Entre-deux in the writings of Thomas Ismaÿl Urbain (1812-1884)’

11 – 11.30am: Coffee break

11.30 – 12.30 pm: Panel 2 (Chair: Tina Pusse)

Michael SHIELDS (German):‘Splitting and finding the self in collective voices. What happens to the lyric ‘I’ in late medieval lyric?’

Mark STANSBURY (Classics): ‘Points of difference: Punctuation in Adomnán’s Vita Columbae

Jennifer WOOD (Spanish): ‘Rafael Alberti’s First Liricografías’

12.30 – 2 pm: Lunch break

2 – 3pm: Panel 3 (Chair: Mark Stansbury)

Pilar ALDERETE-DIEZ (Spanish):‘Time and Space in language teaching & learning at third level’

Cathal KILCLINE (French): ‘Sport, migration and commemoration in contemporary France’

Anne O’CONNOR, Michele MILAN, José BROWNRIGG GLEESON MARTINEZ (Italian):

Translation in 19th century Ireland’

3 – 3.30 pm: Coffee break

3.30 – 4.30pm: Open discussion (Chair: Sylvie Lannegrand): future research directions, Teaching & Research, access to funding, question of peer-reviewed journals, etc.