All-Female Line-Up For Malta’s First-Ever Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Symposium


An all-female line-up will be delivering five papers during the University of Malta’s HUMS – the Humanities, Medicine, and Sciences Platform – its first-ever Postgraduate Symposium.

Organised in collaboration with the Doctoral School, the Symposium is titled Bridges in appreciation of the value and importance of interdisciplinary work conducted by doctoral candidates at the University of Malta.

Staff and students are invited to attend the Symposium, on Monday 4th April at 6pm in the Biology Resource Room, Biomedical Building, First Floor.

There is no attendance fee for the event, but those wishing to join are invited to send an email to Ms Christine Galea to register and book a seat

The five papers that will be delivered at the Symposium are the following:

  • Clara Chetcuti: ‘E-Lit : Born Digital, Born Interdisciplinary’
  • Amanda Muscat: ‘Speaker/Author Profiling in Maltese’
  • Mariella Scerri: ‘The Contraceptive Pill – a chemical revolution’
  • Anastasia Seifert: ‘FRB Detection Using Machine Learning Algorithms’
  • Rebecca Vella Muskat: ‘A linguistic analysis of the form and function of online hate speech in Malta’