Professor Joan Anim-Addo, Goldsmiths College
Behind the Looking-glass: ‘Other’-cultures-within’ translating cultures

Dr Felicitas Becker, University of Cambridge
Religious Sources of Languages of Citizenship in Nineteenth-and Twentieth-century Africa

Professor Chris Berry, King’s College London
Chinese Film Festival Studies

Dr Piotr Blumczynski, Queen’s University Belfast
English Evaluative Concepts in Translated Religious and Devotional Texts

Professor Guido Bonsaver, University of Oxford
Human Mobility and Cultural History: the Italian case as an explanatory model

Dr Grace Brockington, University of Bristol
Internationalism and Cultural Exchange 1870-1920 (ICE)

Dr Abigail Brundin, University of Cambridge
National Trust Libraries: an untapped resource. A pilot study of Italian holdings at Belton House, Lincolnshire

Dr Nandini Chatterjee, University of Plymouth
Subjects of Law: rightful selves and the legal process in imperial Britain and the British Empire

Ms Sarah Craig, University of Glasgow
Translation and Asylum Claims: matters of law, language and silence

Dr Lucile Desblache, Roehampton University
Translating Music

Dr Jason Dittmer, University College London
Diplomatic Cultures: translations, spatialities, and alternatives

Professor Stephen Farthing, University of the Arts London
Drawing Out: a trans-disciplinary drawing network

Dr Rosalind Galt, University of Sussex
Global Queer Cinema

Professor Paul Gready, University of York
Translating Freedom

Dr Meredith Hale, University of Cambridge
The Power of Print: Dutch propaganda for a new Russia

Professor Michael Heffernan, University of Nottingham
Re-Enacting the Silk Road: transnational encounters for the 21st Century

Dr Prue Holmes, Durham University
Researching Multilingually

Dr Catherine Holmes, University of Oxford
Defining the Global Middle Ages

Dr Suhraiya Jivraj, Oxford Brookes University
Transnational Network for Sexuality, Race and Religion Researchers and Civil Society Actors

Dr Yuko Kikuchi, University of the Arts London
Translating and Writing Modern Design Histories in East Asia for the Global World

Dr Ruru Li, University of Leeds
Staging China

Professor Kirsten Malmkjaer, University of Leicester
Key Cultural Texts in Translation

Professor Nicola McLelland, University of Nottingham
Towards a History of Modern Foreign Language Teaching and Learning (MFLTL)

Professor Andrea Noble, Durham University
Photography and the Transnational Politics of Affect

Dr Toby Osborne, Durham University
Translating Cultures: the Languages of diplomacy between the early-modern and modern worlds

Dr Jay Prosser, University of Leeds
Ottoman Pasts, Present Cities: cosmopolitanism and transcultural memories

Dr Kate Quinn, University College London
Westminster in the Caribbean: history, legacies, challenges

Dr Tracey Sowerby, University of Oxford
Textual Ambassadors – Cultures of Diplomacy and Literary Writing in the Early Modern World

Dr Emma Wagstaff, University of Birmingham
Contemporary French Poetic Practice: an interdisciplinary approach

Dr Anne Witchard, University of Westminster
China in Britain: myths and realities