O’NEILL, Christine, MA, PhD

Editor, proofreader, translator, researcher, writer

Dublin

t. 01 260 4947
m. 086 085 6454
e. christine@christineoneill.ie
w. www.christineoneill.ie

Special interests:
The arts, especially literature, literary criticism, linguistics, visual arts, theatre, translation.

Experience:
Freelance since 1994; clients include StoryToys, Verlag Neue Zürcher Zeitung, Orell Füssli Verlag (Zürich), Greenwood Press (Westport, CT), inis: the Children’s Books Magazine. Author/editor of Joycean Murmoirs: Fritz Senn on James Joyce (Lilliput Press, 2007), Zerrinnerungen: Fritz Senn zu James Joyce (Verlag Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 2007). Researched and edited for publication Niall Montgomery Dublinman (Ashfield Press, 2015).

Employers include Literature Ireland, The Irish Museum of Modern Art, The Arts Council, St Patrick’s College Drumcondra, All Hallows College Drumcondra, The Goethe Institute, The Zurich James Joyce Foundation.

Work undertaken:
Editing, proofreading, translation (English to German; German to English), reader’s reports, research.

Examples of editing/proofreading:
‘Dewrêşê Ebdî’: A Kurmanji Epic in the Variant of Singer Baqî Xido (Kobanî). Ed. Barbara Sträuli. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz (2017); website of Idiom Concept Translation Services (Spain); Renate Zauner, trans., ‘Miraculous exculpation,’ chapter 3 (‘Wundersame Reinwaschung’) in: Helmut Burtscher-Schaden, Die Akte Glyphosat. Wien: Kremayr & Scheriau, 2017; Evgenia Iliopoulou, Because of you: Understanding second-person storytelling. Doctoral dissertation. University of Zurich, 2017; Astrid Meier, ‘Looking at man in the state of nature: Johann Gottfried Wetzstein on the Bedouin of the Syrian Steppe,’ for: Orient-Institut Beirut (forthcoming); Amir Sheikhzadegan and Astrid Meier, eds., Beyond the Islamic Revolution. Perceptions of Modernity and Tradition in Iran before and after 1979. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2017; German exam papers for DEB Exams (Dublin Examining Board) mock Junior and Leaving Certificate examinations 2017; Carsten Krieger, Irlands Wild Atlantic Way, trans. Ina Krieger. Dublin: O’Brien Press, 2016.