FSEG research reveals high-rise construction site workers are “risking their lives”Continue reading “Prof Ed Galea from the School of Computing and Mathematics gives his expert advice on the risks in high-rise building construction evacuation”
by Cherry Smyth
Famished is a poetic sequence by Cherry Smyth that explores the Irish Famine and how imperialism helped cause the largest refugee crisis of the 19th century.
Smyth collaborates with composer Ed Bennett and vocalist Lauren Kinsella to draw on the power of collective lament, using music and expanded singing. Famished was published by Pindrop Press in May 2019.
After a sold out performance at the Irish Literary Festival in Dublin, Famished continues to more venues in Ireland
at the “2nd International Conference of Geomatics and Restoration GEORES 2019 This took place in Milan from the 8th to the 10th of May 2019.
Paper is titled “H-BIM AND THE DOMAINS OF DATA INVESTIGATIONS OF HERITAGE BUILDINGS CURRENT STATE OF THE ARTContinue reading “Ahmed Khalil”
Chapter 7: Translating Translation
An Introductory Note
Translating Multilingual Films in a South African Context,
Zoë Pettit (University of Greenwich, UK)