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“Boxes and Grunts: Staging self-censorship and the limits of excess” ALC Seminar 4/12/2017
Dr. Claire Maree will be speaking on tropes of self-censorship in late-night variety television as part of her work on text-on-the-screen on 4/12/2017 at the Asian …
Thank you for attending!
We would like to extend a thank you to all who attended and presented at the Identities in Translation workshop. It was an excellent day with …
Claire Maree on visiting the NHK Archives
On a recent fieldwork trip to Japan, Dr Claire Maree obtained access to the NHK archives. Read on for a recount of her trip. The NHK …
Transferral and Translation: Making Wine Lexicon and Wine Knowledge Accessible through the Graphic Novel – Jason Jones
Charge your glasses and prepare your palate because our next invited speaker is Dr Jason Jones. At the Identities in Translation Workshop Dr Jones will be presenting his …
Bleeping Deluxe: Staging Self-Censorship and the Limits of Excess @ Gender Studies Forum
Claire Maree will be speaking on her current work that emerges from the “Writing Identity onto the Screen” project at the Gender Studies Forum on August …
Discussion Topic: Online Ethics
At the Masterclass and again on the final day of the workshop, we discussed the concepts that were most important to the group as researchers. To …
Reflecting on the Workshop
Thank you to everyone who attended the Language and Global Media Workshop and Masterclass. We had a very interesting week, with presenters from gender studies, queer …
Accessing the eduroam network
For details of how to access the eduroam network whilst visiting the University of Melbourne see: https://wireless.unimelb.edu.au/eduroam.html Remember to configure your device in advance.
Masterclass and Workshop schedules
Thanks to all of those who have registered for Language and Global Media International Workshop & Masterclass. Remember, that as catering is provided over the course …
@WritingIdentity is on Twitter!
We are now on Twitter as @WritingIdentity Follow us and send us a Tweet! We look forward to collaborating with everyone in the coming weeks.
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