The Library: With you every step of the way

You might expect the library to be the first port of call when starting your literature search, but it may surprise you to learn that there are a lot of other ways that your institution’s team of information professionals can help you with your research project. Warwick’s Scholarly Communications Manager, Julie Robinson, highlights some of…

Impact | Writing for a Professional Magazine

Goergina Collins I published two articles in The Linguist magazine entitled Going it Alone and Poetry in Motion. The first piece focused on the transition from studying translation and Translation Studies to becoming a freelance translator. The second editorial looked at translating Francophone African women’s poetry, and was based on work I did for my…

Impact – my experience on a radio interview

Georgina Collins has a PhD in Translation Studies and has completed an Early Career Fellowship in Warwick’s Institute of Advanced Study. She also teaches world literature for the Workers’ Educational Association and works as a freelance translator. She writes:  I was interviewed by Liz Kershaw on the breakfast show at BBC Radio Coventry and Warwickshire.…

A Guide to “Impact” in Research

In this article, Georgina Collins gives a brief overview of the buzzword in academia, impact, and what it means for academic researchers. She talks about how one can involve impact activities as part of ongoing professional development.  “Impact” describes the contribution that research can make to society and the economy when research knowledge is communicated to…