A Marseille Journal (Part 5)

26 April 2024 – The Mucem, Marseille By Lidia Karanfilovszka Zikic (Creative Writing and English Literature/Year 1) A rainy day in Marseille. Just before we head home, one more ProvenƧal delicacy. The one-of-a-kind and very interesting Mucem, the Museum of Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean. The museum exhibits an impressive collection of ethnographic objects, …

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Translation and Interpreting students practice skills at UN Conference

The Chinese interpreting students from the MA in Translation and Interpreting have just spent 5 intensive days of simulated conference interpreting at the UN Office in Vienna,Ā from22 to 26 April 2024.Ā  The students honed their interpreting skills by interpreting for different genres of speeches, from generic policy briefings, technical presentations, line by line language discussions …

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Michelob Ultra’s Experiential Marketing: The Commercialization of ASMR as Capitalist Spirituality

Between now and the summer we are going to be showcasing the best of our original research by students in the School of Humanities at the University of Westminster. If you are a Humanities student at Westminster and would like to publish your research on our blog, please do get in touch! Our second commentary …

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Exploring the Language of Conflict: Interpreting at the Uni of Westminster’s Mock Conference on War

On Tuesday 27th February, students on the MA in Translation and Interpreting at the University of Westminster took part in a mock conference on Humanitarian crisis in conflict zones. This mock conference, centred on the complex subject of war, provided an invaluable opportunity for students to hone their #simultaneousĀ and #consecutiveĀ #interpretingĀ skills in a controlled and supportive …

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Challenging the Neurotypical Gaze through collaboration: Siaā€™s Music (2021) and the misrepresentation of autistic individuals

Between now and the summer we are going to be showcasing the best of our original research by students in the School of Humanities at the University of Westminster. If you are a Humanities student at Westminster and would like to publish your research on our blog, please do get in touch! In the first …

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