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Translation, Necessity, Vulnerability: An Interview with Michael Cronin


Published: May 1, 2012
Keywords:
translation globalization identity glocal
Dionysios Kapsaskis
Michael Cronin
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Dionysios Kapsaskis, University of Roehampton

Dionysios Kapsaskis is Senior Lecturer in Translation at the University of Roehampton, where he lectures on French literature, translation theory and audiovisual translation. His recent publications include articles on translation and globalisation, and on the aesthetic and political aspects of film subtitling. In his current research, he examines the work of the French author Marguerite Yourcenar from the double vantage point of poststructural literary criticism and twentieth-century existentialism.

Michael Cronin, Trinity College Dublin
Michael Cronin is Professor of Translation Studies in Dublin City University. He is the author of numerous publications on translation, language and travel. His most recent publication is The Expanding World: Towards a Politics of Microspection (Zero Books, 2012) and his Translation in the Digital Age will be published later this year by Routledge. He is an Honorary Member of the Irish Translators and Interpreters Association and a Member of the Royal Irish Academy.
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