Justine Houyaux

Research on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

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My name is Justine Houyaux and I am a PhD researcher in translation studies based in Belgium. My research focuses on the transfer strategies of the untranslatable in the French translations of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll from 1869 to 2009.

As a researcher, I have contributed to a few very interesting projects, such as Alice in a World of Wonderlands (2015) or the exclusive interview of Jean-François Ménard (the French translator of Harry Potter) in 2017. You can have a look at my publications here, take a peek at my ongoing and past projects here, or check out my curriculum vitae there.

As a writer, I have been published in magazines in Belgium (Le Vif/L’Express and The Bulletin) both in English and in French. If you are interested in my other writing, feel free to browse my page on Medium.com, where I also edit The White Rabbit, a publication dedicated to Lewis Carroll, Alice‘s Adventures in Wonderland and all relevant Victoriana. If you’re looking for my travel writing, head to my other blog, The Unexpected Ms. Houyaux.

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