Dr. Romain Rivaux

Dr. Romain Rivaux is a French native. He has a decade of experience in the translation field and served for eight years as Director of Linguistics at ProTranslating, a translation firm located in Miami, Florida. In 2012, he earned a Ph.D. in Anglophone Studies from University François-Rabelais, Tours, France. While his dissertation dealt with the literary, linguistic, and intertextual analysis of the early prose of James Joyce, his recent research has been primarily focused on Translation Studies and Comparative Literature. He has been teaching a variety of topics at Florida Atlantic University both at the undergraduate and graduate levels, such as sociolinguistics, readings-research in French, translation and localization, French sociolinguistics, structure of modern French, structure of modern English, introduction to linguistics, global perspectives on languages, and intermediate & beginning French language and culture.

 

PUBLICATIONS

Rivaux, R. (2018). Traduction et retraduction d’Ulysse : le portrait du même en autre. Translationes, 10(1), 83-94. https://doi.org/10.2478/tran-2018-0007 (peer-reviewed article)

Rivaux, R. (2016). Technologie assistée par ordinateur et artificialisation du traducteur. In Guillaume, A., Traduction et implicites idéologiques (pp. 65-78). Paris: La Völva. (book chapter)

Rivaux, R. (2012). Textual Resistance of Dubliners: a Rhizomatic View on Joyce’s Early Work. Retrieved from http://www.applis.univ-tours.fr/theses/2012/romain.rivaux_2847.pdf

Rivaux, R. (2007). Retranslation as hypertext: Notes on the opening chapter of the French retranslation of Ulysses. North Texas World Literature Review, 3(1), np.

 

CONFERENCES

Rivaux, R. (2017). Traduction et retraduction d’Ulysse : portrait du même en autre, International conference on Translation Studies, Trento, Italy, November 30, 2017.


Rivaux, R. (2016). Réductions syntaxique et sémantique en TAO : vers une artificialisation du rôle du traducteur, International Symposium on Translation Studies and Ideology, Sorbonne, Paris, February 2, 2016.