The Junior College is pleased to share with you Volume 18 of the journal Symposia Melitensia which includes ten articles focusing on education, arts and culture and the effects of COVID-19.
- Celebrating the Local Historian: Kollezzjoni Programmi tal-Festa at the Junior College Library - Katja Zahra Camilleri
- The Human Body in Sculpture: From Glorified Idealism, Stark Realism To Pathological Nihilism - Mary Grace Vella
- Cinematic Spaces in Contemporary Lesbian Cinema: Carol and Portrait of the Lady on Fire - Elmnaz Shahbali Gargari
- Lecturers’ perspective of inclusive education at Further and Higher Education - Liliana Marić
- Traditional Textbooks and Their Multimodal Nature: From Misconceptions to Pedagogical Suggestions - George Cremona
- The emergent inequities and inequalities resulting from lockdown and social distancing measures taken to stop the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic within a Maltese scenario - Bernadine Satariano, Thérèse Bajada
- Malta’s Cultural Diplomacy - Matthew Caruana
- Factors influencing Students’ Subject Choice in Year 8 within the Maltese EducationSystem - Joseph Spiteri, Glorianne Borg Axisa
- Needs and Motivations of Adults Learning Foreign Languages. The Maltese Perspective - Nicole Borg, Mario Pace
- Students’ Voice as a Source of Reflection and Growth in the Teaching and Learning Setting at a Post Secondary Institution – Lessons Learnt After Several Months in Pandemic Circumstances - Sharon Role, Suzanne Gatt
Symposia Melitensia is an open access journal published by the University of Malta, Junior College. This multidisciplinary journal is open to all researchers and academics focusing on Social and Human Sciences; Arts and the Humanities; Education; Business; Technology; Sustainability and the Environment; Medical and Health Sciences; Law and Human Rights and Mathematics and Physics.
Copies may be purchased from the Office of the Principal and a receipt will be issued.