Michael Cronin is
Professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Dublin City
He is author of Translating Ireland: Translation, Languages and Identity (Cork
University Press, 1996); Across the Lines: Travel, Language, Translation (Cork
University Press, 2000); Translation and Globalization (London, Routledge,
2003). Time Tracks: Scenes from the Irish Everyday (Dublin, New Island, 2003.
Reprinted 2003); Irish in the New Century/An Ghaeilge san AoisNua (Dublin, Cois
Life, 2005), Translation and Identity (Routledge, 2006); The Barrytown Trilogy
(Cork University Press: Ireland into Film series, 2007); Translation goes to the
Movies (Routledge 2009), The Expanding World: Towards a Politics of
Microspection (Zero Books, 2012), Translation in the Digital Age (Routledge,
2013) and Eco-Translation: Translation and Ecology in the Age of the
Anthropocene (Routledge, 2017).
He is co-editor of Tourism in Ireland: A Critical Analysis (Cork University
Press 1993); Nouvelles d’Irlande (Québec, L’Instantmême, 1997); Unity in
Diversity? Current Trends in Translation Studies (Manchester, St. Jerome Press,
1998); Reinventing Ireland: Culture, Society and the Global Economy (London,
Pluto Press, 2002); Irish Tourism: Image, Culture and Identity (Clevedon,
Channel View Publications, 2003); The Languages of Ireland (Dublin, Four Courts
Press, 2003) and Transforming Ireland, co-edited with Peadar Kirby and Debbie
Ging (Manchester University Press, 2009. He is the author of over one hundred
refereed articles and book chapters.
His work has been translated into more than sixteen languages. He Is an elected
Member of the Royal Irish Academy, the Academia Europeae/Academy of Europe and
is an Officer in the Ordre des PalmesAcadémiques. He is an Honorary Member of
the Irish Translators and Interpreters Association. He was Irish Language
Literature Advisor for Arts Council of Ireland (2009-2011). He is co-editor of
the Routledge series New Perspectives in Translation and Interpreting Studies
and is Editor-in-Chief of the journal MTM.