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In Dialogue with Dr Sandra Obradovic about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

‘Past, Present and Future: How We Use History to Make Sense of Politics’ Sue: What is this talk all about? Sandra: The talk is about a few different research projects that I have been involved in that broadly focus on examining the relationship between history and group identities. More specifically, the different projects each explore… Continue reading In Dialogue with Dr Sandra Obradovic about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

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In Dialogue with Dr Kesi Mahendran about her talk at the OPRC Launch Event

‘Can the Public Rule the World? From Personal Narratives to Transglobal Public Dialogue on Human Mobility’ Sue: Hello Kesi, please tell me, what’s this talk all about? Kesi: The talk is really about the public’s capacities. When we say the public it is quite different than saying participants or individuals. The public refers to how… Continue reading In Dialogue with Dr Kesi Mahendran about her talk at the OPRC Launch Event

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In Dialogue with Professor Stephanie Taylor about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

‘A Positive Legacy? Creative Subjectivities in the Wake of the Pandemic’ Sue: What’s this talk all about, Stephanie? Stephanie: This talk is about creativity. We all understand the word and probably share some similar views about what it means and about the kinds of people who are creative. The understanding and views are part of… Continue reading In Dialogue with Professor Stephanie Taylor about her Talk at the OPRC Launch Event

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Children bridging cultural worlds

Professor Sarah Crafter from the School writes about her recently published article on children who have to interpret and translate for their parents and peers.  A new article by Sarah Crafter and Humera Iqbal, The contact zone and dialogical positionalities in ‘non-normative’ childhoods: How children who language broker manage conflict, was drawn from data collected… Continue reading Children bridging cultural worlds

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Empowering young interpreters across Europe

Sarah Crafter talks about a new collaborative project she is involved in “Empowering Young Language Brokers for Inclusion in Diversity” (EYLBID) coordinated by the MIRAS research group of Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. When children and young people migrate to a new country it may take them a little while to learn a new language. School… Continue reading Empowering young interpreters across Europe