Symposium on Covid-19 today: Voices from diverse communities
Speakers: A. Lindley (SOAS), S. Majeed-Hajaj (QMUL), S. Kimura (Tsuda University, Japan), S. Snow (University of Manchester), K. E. Szendrői (UCL), L. Kahn (UCL), M. Nangia (SOAS), Banan Saeed (SOAS)
Date: 23 September 2021Time: 9:30 AM
Finishes: 23 September 2021Time: 3:30 PM
Venue: Virtual Event
Type of Event: Symposium
The Symposium is organised by the UKRI Covid-19 research project “Cultural translation and interpreting of Covid-19 risks among London’s migrant communities” (AH/V013769/1) at SOAS University of London. It aims at the exchange of insights and ideas between scholars working on Covid-19 and urban community workers.
SOAS Centre for Translation Studies UKRI project team:
Nana Sato-Rossberg, Yan Jiang, Lutz Marten, Edward Simpson, Bukola Aluko-Kpotie, Aicha Belkadi, Narguess Farzad, Ida Hadjivayanis, Nancy Hawker, Youkyung Ju, Amy Parsons, Soe-Tjen Marching, Burçin Mustafa, Naresh Sharma, Satona Suzuki, Marie Thaut, and Abshir Warsame, Jo Krishnakumar.
Platform: Zoom (please note that you will need to have a zoom account to join)
This is a free event, and we welcome up to 100 attendees. Registration is essential! Please, fill in the Registration Form to join the event. For further information please see our programme and abstracts.
Organiser: UKRI Covid-19 research project, SOAS, University of London
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