September 21, 2019. Unprivileged Pasts, Unwritten Origins

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  Unprivileged pasts, unwritten origins  Research Workshop The event is funded by the Irish Research Council through a New Foundations Grant and is the final outcome of the project RoOTS: Research on Origins, Traditions and Survival (PI Martina Piperno). 21 September 2019, Room G27 O’Rahilly Building, UCC   How do we moderns conceptualize the “roots” and the “beginning” of our collective identities? …

September 20, 2019. Sexual Violence(s): Against and Within the LGBT+ Community


Sexual Violence(s) Against and Within the LGBT+ Community 20th September (10am-1pm) C_CONN_C (Connolly Building) Since the elaboration of a critique of rape in the Sixties, the political and theoretical reflections on sexual violence have been unanimously categorised as a feminist effort. Despite continuing to denounce oppression and violence against women within the heteronormative sphere of relationships, feminist movements have then …

AUGUST 24, 2019. Cork Migration Stories

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Do you have a letter, a photo, a recipe or memento that tells your family story of emigration to or from Cork? Bring it along to Cork City Library and record your story for future generations. For Heritage Week we invite you to share your own stories of migration to or from Cork. On the day, researchers will be collecting …

JUNE 21, 2019. Mediating Dante: A Multidisciplinary Conversation

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CASiLaC and the Department of Italian at UCC are organising a study day on Dante entitled Mediating Dante: A Multidisciplinary Conversation, which will bring scholars together on Friday the 21st of June in ORB 1.24. Programme can be accessed here:    

JUNE 21-22, 2019. Conference – Performing Translation: Translatorship in the 21st Century


Project DaRT will be hosting an international conference entitled Performing Translation: Translatorship in the 21st Century at University College Cork on the 21st and 22nd of June 2019, with funding from the AHRC project Language Acts and Worldmaking and the Centre for Advanced Studies in Languages and Cultures (CASiLaC). Performing Translation: Translatorship in the 21st Century Programme Registration

JUNE 20, 2019. PG Masterclass – Intercultural Conversations: Community, Translation and Cultural Representation


On the 20th of June, the day before the start of Performing Translation, Project DaRT, in collaboration with CASiLaC and the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences at UCC will hold a PhD masterclass entitled Intercultural Conversations: Community, Translation and Cultural Representation. This masterclass will be relevant to students and staff across the Social Sciences and Humanities interested …

APRIL 11, 2019. Sexual Violence(s): Between Past and Present


Since the elaboration of a feminist critique of rape, the presence of debates on sexual violence in the public sphere has increased, resulting in a growing awareness and in legislative interventions. The reverberations of the social media campaign #MeToo against sexual harassment in the workplace is the most recent example of the new challenges that feminist activism has imposed on …

MARCH 28/29, 2019. Masterclass: Fiction and Remembrance

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PG 7004 “Fiction and Remembrance” Masterclass Programme CACSSS Seminar Room – G27 O’Rahilly Building, Ground Floor Thursday 28thMarch 2019 h. 17 Introduction by Daragh O’Connell (UCC: CASiLaC) Keynote address Robert Gordon (Cambridge): Fiction Before Memory: Italy 1945-48 Chair: Martina Piperno (UCC) Friday, 29thMarch 2019 h. 10 Introduction by Kate Hodgson (UCC: CASiLaC/Memory cluster) Panel I – Chair: Daragh O’Connell (UCC: …