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01 Dec 2023
SLLC recently held a fun, interactive TY event on the 28th and 29th November 2023 as part of the #ThinkLanguages Week in association with Languages Connect.
We had the pleasure of running language taster sessions across our 8 languages and encouraged students to partake in all language learning.
22 Nov 2023
Holocaust Education in the Digital Age
Professor Anja Ballis, LMU Munich & Dr Gary Mills, University of Nottingham
22 Nov 2023
How Objects of Prestige Shaped the Atlantic Slave Trade and Colonialism
Ana Lucia Araujo is a social and cultural historian writing transnational and comparative history. Currently, she is a Full Professor of History at the historically black Howard University in Washington DC, United States. Her work explores the history of slavery and the Atlantic slave trade and their present-day legacies, including the long history of calls for reparations for slavery and colonialism. Her research also examines the memory, heritage, and visual culture of slavery. She will speak on the topic of her new monograph with Cambridge University Press, The Gift: How Objects of Prestige Shaped the Atlantic Slave Trade and Colonialism (2023).
22 Sep 2023
UCC Translation Week 2023
Each year, the School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures celebrates Translation Week in the run up to International Translation Day on 30th September.