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Dr Sarah Alyn Stacey, FTCD

Professor Michael Cronin, FTCD

Publications - refereed

  • Cronin, Michael (with Anna Barcz) ‘Eco-Translation and Interspecies Communication in the Anthropocene,’ in S. E. Wilmer and Audronė Žukauskaitė (eds) Life in the Posthuman Condition: Critical Responses to the Anthropocene, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2023, 130-148.
  • Cronin, Michael, Eco-Travel: Journeying in the Age of the Anthropocene, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022.
  • Cronin, Michael. "Formes de vie, formes de fuite." MLN, vol. 137 no. 4, 2022, p. 691-707. Project MUSEdoi:10.1353/mln.2022.0052.
  • Cronin, Michael 'Five Entries on Translation and Loss,' in Jan Steyn (ed.) Translation: Crafts, Contexts, Consequences, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022, 251-265.
  • Cronin, Michael, ‘Babel, je t'aime, moi non plus. Europe, migration, traduction’ in, Florence Lautel-Ribstein and Olivier Dorlin (eds) , États des lieux de la traductologie dans le monde, Paris, Garnier, 2022, 17 – 30
  • Cronin, Michael, ‘Translation, Ecology, and Deep Time,’ Pamela Beattie, Simona Bertacco, and Tatjana Soldat-Jaffe (eds), Time, Space, Matter in Translation, New York: Routledge, 2022, 4 – 18.
  • Cronin, Michael, ‘Dublino Digitale: Tradurre la Cybercity’, inTRAlinea, special issue on Space in Translation, 2021. Available online :
  • Cronin, Michael, ‘From translation zone to sacrifice zone: Minor perspectives on the tradosphere’, Translation in Society, 1, 1, 2021, 1-20.
  • Cronin, Michael, ‘Ecology of Translation’, in Yves Gambier and Luc van Doorslaer (eds) Handbook of Translation Studies, vol.5, Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2021, 45-51.
  • Cronin, Michael and Carmen Delgado Luchner, ‘Escaping the Invisibility Trap’, Interpreting and Society: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 1, 1, 2021, 91-101.
  • Cronin, Michael, ‘Language, Time and the Improbable in Contemporary Ireland’, in Eamon Maher and Eugene O’Brien (eds) Reimagining Irish Studies for the Twenty-First Century, Oxford: Peter Lang, 2021, 319-330.
  • Cronin, Michael, ‘Translation and climate change’, in Esperança Bielsa and Dionysios Kapsakis (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Globalization, London: Routledge, 2021,85-98.
  • Cronin, Michael, ‘Translation and posthumanism’, in Kaisa Koskinen and Nike K. Pokorn (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Ethics, London: Routledge, 2021, 279-296.
  • Publications - other

    • Cronin, Michael ‘Taking the Bible at its word,’ review of John Barton, ‘The Word: On the Translation of the Bible,’ The Irish Times, 14 January 2023.
    • Cronin, Michael, ‘Moli-Éire: Lady Gregory’s Galwegian take on the French Shakespeare,’ The Irish Times, 20 December 2022.
    • Cronin, Michael, 'Annie Ernaux: This year it's easy to get enthusiastic about the Nobel Prize for Literature,' The Irish Times, 6 October 2022
    • Cronin, Michael, ‘I write about what I know: interview with Abdulrazak Gurnah,’ The Irish Times, 12 May 2022.
    • Cronin, Michael, ‘Géarchéim éiceolaíochta, géarchéim na Gaeilge’, Comhar, 81, 9, Meán Fómhair 2021, 13-14.
    • Cronin, Michael, ‘Honour for author tackling white colonial privilege’, The Irish Times, 8 October 2021.
    • Cronin, Michael, ‘World in our hands?’, The Linguist, vol. 60, no. 2, 2021, 26-27.
    • Cronin, Michael, ‘Letter from Edith Piaf’, 143, Gerry McGowan and Andrew Sherlock (eds) The Lost Letters of Flann O’Brien, Wirral: Pen and Pencil Gallery, 2021.

    Review articles

    • Cronin, Michael, review of Laëtitia Saint Loubert, The Caribbean in Translation: Remapping Thresholds of Dislocation, Irish Journal of French Studies, 22, 2022, 204-207.
    • Cronin, Michael, 'The Afterlife of the Angel of Death,' reviews of Olivier Guez, 'The Disappearance of Josef Mengele,' Zhang Yueran, 'Cocoon,' Ibrahim al-Koni, 'The Night Will Have Its Say,' Alejandro Zambra, 'Bonsai,' Rodaan Al Galidi, 'The Leash and the Ball,' The Irish Times, 22 October 2022.
    • Cronin, Michael, 'Globetrotting right off the page.' Reviews of Miguel Bonnefoy, 'Heritage', Johanna Hedman, 'Trio,' Li Kotomi, 'Solo Dance,' Daniel Guebel, 'The Absolute,' The Irish Times, 2 July 2022.
    • Cronin, Michael, ‘Translations.’ Reviews of Lieke Marsman, ‘The Opposite of a Character,’ Alejandro Zambra, ‘Chilean Poet,’ Jeanne Benameur, ‘The Child Who,’ Juli Zeh, ‘New Year,’ Ihsan Abdel Kouddous, The Irish Times, 12 March 2022.
    • Cronin, Michael, ‘Translations’. Reviews of Maryse Condé, ‘Waiting for the Waters to Rise’, Andri Snaer Magnason, ‘On Time and Water’, Samar Yasbek, ‘Planet of Clay’, Willem Frederik Hermans, ‘A Guardian Angel Recalls’ and Domenico Starnone, ‘Trust’, The Irish Times, 13 November 2021.
    • Cronin, Michael, ‘Translated Fiction’. Reviews of Yasmina Reza, ‘Anne-Marie the Beauty’, Jonas Eika, ‘After the Sun’, Kaouther Adimi, ‘A Bookshop in Algiers’, Marcin Wicha, ‘Things I Didn’t Throw Out’, Manon Uphoff, ‘Falling is Like Flying’, The Irish Times, 24 July 2021.

    Dr Rachel Hoare

    • Hoare, R. (2023) 'I was lost in my life and they helped me find my way agin': Befriendee and befriender experiences of the Spirasi Befriending Programme for Survivors of Torture in Ireland.  Torture Journal (in press).
    • Hoare, R. (2022) ‘Friends as Family: Using composite psychotherapy case material to explore the importance of friendships for unaccompanied adolescent refugees coping with the challenges of resettlement in Ireland’.  Journal of Refugee Studies, 35 (3), 1160-1185. 
    • Hoare, R. (2022) ‘Using composite case material to develop trauma-informed psychoeducation for social care workers looking after unaccompanied minors in residential care in Ireland’.  Health and Social Care in the Community, 2022-00:1-12. 
    • Hoare, R. (2022) ‘Adolescences Disrupted in Displacement: The Protective Effect of Friends as Proxy Family for Unaccompanied Adolescent Refugees Resettling in Ireland’.  In Ingrassia, M., and Benedetto, L. (eds.), Adolescences, IntechOpen, London.   
    • Hoare, R. (2022) ‘Anytime I need her she’s there with good ideas, she’s always there to listen to me’: befriendee and befriender experiences of the Spirasi befriending programme for survivors of torture in Ireland’.  Collaboration between Spirasi and Trinity College, Dublin (report of research funded by the Irish Research Council ‘New Foundations’ call).  
    • Hoare, R. (2020) From global phenomenon to framework for living: using the beautiful game creatively to provide therapeutic care for unaccompanied male adolescents seeking asylum in Ireland.  International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care, 16(4), 373-387. 
    • Hoare, R. (2020) Football as a coping and resiliency tool for separated children seeking asylum in Ireland.  Inside Out, 92 (3), 4-20. 
    • Hoare, R. (2019) ‘I can only be properly myself when I’m with her’: Early adolescent intro-ethnic immigrant group friendships as a safe space for identity exploration, negotiation and validation.  Childhood, 26(2), 202-220. 

    Dr Niall Kennedy

    • 2022 ‘Film Making in the Subjunctive: Fantasy in the Films of Nacer Khemir’, Philosophy and Film Conference Proceedings, Skopje: Philosophical Society of Macedonia.
    • 2021 ‘The Intercessor or Heteronym in Gilles Deleuze and Fernando Pessoa’, in Paulo de Assis and Paolo Giudici (eds.), Machinic Assemblages of Desire: Deleuze and Artistic Research (vol.3), Orpheus Institute Series, Louvain: Louvain University Press.

    Dr Hannes Opelz

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