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Intercultural Relations, Sexuality Studies, Interpreting in the Courts, Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies, Video Games Translation, Gender and Language, Computer-Assisted Language Learning – these are some of the topics currently being researched in SALIS. See Staff Research Interests for a full list of our research areas. SALIS offers a vibrant research environment which encourages collaboration and interdisciplinarity.
Want to find out more? See FAQs. We are also home to the internationally recognized Centre for Translation and Textual Studiesas well as to EROSS, Expressions, Research, Orientations: Sexuality Studies, a research cluster at DCU.
SALIS Research Convenor
Dr. Jennifer Bruen
Room: C2110, Henry Grattan Building
Phone: +353 1 700 5779
Queer Indian Activist and Film Maker Sridhar Rangayan will be in Dublin City
University under the aegis of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Science,
the School of Applied Language and Intercultural Studies (SALIS) and EROSS
(Expressions, Research Orientations: Sexuality Studies). He will present
68 Pages, a HIV-related film, in Hindi with English subtitles. teh film will
be followed by a discussion. view poster here.
Admission free, all welcome.
All seminars take place between 12 and 2 in C165, Henry Grattan Building, DCU
Dr Karina Socorro-Trujillo, Exchange Coordinator, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Translating Tourist Texts: textual conventions &
Professor Kyoko Arai, Toyo University & Dr Ryoko Sasamoto, SALIS, The Persuasiveness of Advertising
Professor Brigittine French, Fulbright Scholar, Grinnell College, Iowa, Engendering Cultural Citizenship in Irish Free State Courts: A Discursive Perspective
International Postgraduate Conference in Translation and Interpreting (IPCITI) 2012
Dr Jenny Bruen, SALIS, Political Education in Post-Transition States: The Case of (East-) Germany &
Dr Francoise Blin, SALIS, Rethinking language, language learning and Web 2.0: from monologism to dialogism and trialogism.
FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR: Professor Brigittine French, University of Iowa, will be with us for semester 1 (until November) of the academic year 2012-13. Her research interests include language and culture,multilingualism, human rights, linguistic anthropology and gender. During her time in DCU she will be team teaching with several SALIS colleagues, working with postgraduate students and conducting a particular research project on gender and the Irish Free State. [Contact: Jennifer.Bruen@dcu.ie].
Dr Elisabetta Deriu, Italia [Contact: Dorothy.Kenny@dcu.ie] (CTTS)
Dr Clara Inés López Rodríguez, Facultad de Traducción e Interpretación - Universidad de Granada, ESPAÑA, from the end of January [Contact Dorothy.Kenny@dcu.ie] (CTTS)