The Institute of Modern Languages Research-led strand features four main sub-projects, drawing on expertise from researchers from the Institute of Modern Languages Research, the University of Manchester and Durham University. The sub-project researchers will work in collaboration with a range of international and UK-based academic partners, as well as project partners and local organisations. To find out more about the collaborations, visit our collaborators page.
Case studies will investigate:
- Translingual Minorities: Europe, minority identities, nationhood and cultural memory
- Translingual Modernities: Migration and global consumerism; translating modernity: Europe and China
- Translingual Networks: Virtual activism and communities of affect across linguacultures; Digital humanities and translingual communities
- Translingual Music: Contemporary opera, music theatre and film