Translations (a small selection)

Louis Hébert, Introduction to Literary Analysis: A Complete Methodology (London: Routledge, 2022). link

Bruno Latour, ‘Ecological mutation and Christian cosmology’, International Congress of the European Society for Catholic Theology, Osnabrück, August 2021. link

Claude Calame, ‘For an Ecosocialist Transition that Breaks from Capitalism: Arguments and Proposals’, Global Ecosocialist Network, 13 April 2021. link

Pierre Bourdieu, ‘Marriage Between Past and Present in North African-Saharan Societies’, Ethnologie française, 169/1 (2018) (translated for Cadenza Academic Translations). link

Jean-Luc Nancy, Dies Irae (London: University of Westminster Press, 2019) (translated for Cadenza Academic Translations). link

Claudia Amigo Pino, ‘The Rhetorical Mission: Seminars from 1964 to 1969’, Barthes Studies 5 (2019). link

Claude Coste, ‘Travels in Greece’, Barthes Studies 5 (2019). link

Christophe Corbier, ‘How to Explain “the Material Effectiveness of Music” in “Évocations et incantations dans la tragédie grecque”’, Barthes Studies 5 (2019). link

Antoine Compagnon, ‘Writing Mourning’, Deliberations: The Journals of Roland Barthes (special issue of Textual Practice), ed. by Neil Badmington, 30/2 (2016), 209–19. link

Pierre de Marivaux, extract from Le Spectateur Français 5 October 1723, in Caroline Warman (ed), Tolerance: The Beacon of the Enlightenment (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2016), p. 82. link

Marie Gil, ‘Roland Barthes: Life as a text’, Barthes Studies, 1 (2015). link