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Scholars' Studio - 'Translate' Research @the Commons

Thursday, November 19, 2015 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm
​​Research Commons, Allen Library South

The campus community is cordially invited to attend a Scholars’ Studio event hosted by the UW Libraries Research Commons and Core Programs in the Graduate School. Scholars’ Studio is an opportunity for graduate students to present their research in an informal, interdisciplinary setting. Students from across departments come together on a central theme and give lightning-style talks followed by a Q&A and reception. The theme for this session is TRANSLATE.

Presenters:

Judith Henchy, Finding Yourself in Translation
Head of Southeast Asia Section, UW Seattle Libraries

Beth Bollinger, Sexual Consent: Do We Really Know What It Is?
Department of Communication

Molly FitzMorris, Avlando kon accent: Code-switching in Seattle Ladino
Department of Linguistics

Gennie Gebhart, On (not) translating technology terms into Burmese
Information School

M. Ragan Hart, Translating Genetic Sequencing into the Clinic
Institute for Public Health Genetics

Daniel Murphree, Convert
Jackson School of International Studies, Center for Southeast Asian Studies

Sarah C. Nelson, Weapons, Boxes, & Credit Reports: How Metaphors Can Shape the Translation of Personal Genome-Scale Information
Institute for Public Health Genetics

Anna Witte, The Drama of Language Teaching (and Learning): Translating Ourselves Across Cultural Boundaries
Department of English

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