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Rick Qi wins prestigious Humanities Travelling Fellowship

Dr. Lintao (Rick) Qi has been awarded an Australian Academy of Humanities Travelling Fellowship to pursue his research in Japan. Rick’s project, Jin Ping Mei in Japan: Translations, Adaptations, and Circulations, follows on from his PhD research on the English translations of Jin Ping Mei (published in May by Routledge). “While my PhD was on the English translations of…

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We Mark Your Memory: Writings from the Descendants of Indenture

The Institute of Commonwealth Studies is pleased to announce the publication on April 30, 2018 of: We Mark Your Memory: Writings from the Descendants of Indenture Edited by David Dabydeen, Maria del Pilar Kaladeen, and Tina K. Ramnarine ISBN: 978-1-912250-07-3 To mark the centenary of the abolition of the system of indenture in the British Empire…

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High achieving arts students celebrated at Monash Arts Awards 2018

High achieving students from across the Faculty of Arts were celebrated this week at the annual Monash Arts Awards ceremony, showcasing the outstanding academic talent within the faculty, supported by generous donors.

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Beatrice Trefalt’s Tokyo Trials seminar

A group of new and old friends gathered to hear our Monash colleague speak about her ongoing research on the Tokyo trials on 6 June 2018 . It was great to see Jim Breen back in the Centre, and we welcomed Alison Tokita back from her time in Japan.  Show Trial? The International Military Tribunal…

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MITS student wins top award in international interpreting contest

Wang Yao, a second-year MITS student from the Monash-South East University Joint Graduate School in Suzhou, China, has won the top prize in the grand final of “The Seventh Cross-Strait Interpreting Contest”, an international competition held at City University of Hong Kong, on 28 April 2018. First proposed by Xiamen University in China in 2009,…

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Industry Engagement: MoU signed between MITS and 2M Language Services

Monash Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies (MITS) recently signed a MoU with 2M Language Services, one of the leading language service providers in Australia. The company works with large corporations as well as start-ups and government organisations to assist them to increase their national and global reach and market share, reduce health & security…

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Industry Engagement: MITS students hear from SPC’s Translation and Interpretation team leader

With the visit of Roy Benyon, leader of the Translation and Interpretation Team of the Pacific Community (SPC), students from the Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies recently had the opportunity to gain knowledge on a specific facet of their future profession: the roles of translators and interpreters who operate in an international organisation. The…

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