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Doloughan, Fiona (2019). The problematics and performance of self-translation: The case of Xiaolu Guo. In: Bennett, Karen and Queiroz de Barros, Rita eds. Hybrid Englishes and the challenge of and for translation: Identity, mobility and language change. Routledge Advances in Translation and Interpreting, 1. New York: Routledge, pp. 21–36. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Doloughan, Fiona (2017). Translation as a Motor of Critique and Invention in Contemporary Literature: The Case of Xiaolu Guo. In: Gilmour, Rachael and Steinitz, Tamar eds. Multilingual Currents in Literature, Translation and Culture. Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature. New York and London: Routledge, pp. 150–167. file


Doloughan, Fiona (2016). Translation, Storytelling and Multimodality. Interférences littéraires/Literaire interferenties, 19 pp. 107–122. file


Doloughan, Fiona J. (2015). Translating culture: linguistic attachment, detachment and (self)-narration. In: Barta, Peter I. and Powrie, Phil eds. Bicultural Literature and Film in French and English. Routledge Studies in Comparative Literature. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 237–247. file

Doloughan, Fiona J. (2015). English as a Literature in Translation. London: Bloomsbury.

Doloughan, Fiona (2015). The construction of space in contemporary narrative: a case study. Journal of Narrative Theory, 45(1) restricted access item, not available for direct download


Doloughan, Fiona (2012). Transforming texts: learning to become a (creative) writer through reading. New Writing: The International Journal For the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 9(2) pp. 182–203. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Doloughan, Fiona (2011). Contemporary Narrative: Textual Production, Multimodality and Multiliteracies. London and New York: Continuum.


Doloughan, Fiona (2010). Bottling the Imagination: writing as metamorphosis in Ali Smith's Girl Meets Boy. New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 7(3) pp. 241–251.

Doloughan, Fiona J. (2010). Multimodal storytelling: performance and inscription in the narration of art history. In: Page, Ruth ed. New Perspectives on Narrative and Multimodality. Routledge Studies in Multimodality (1). New York and Abingdon, Oxon.: Routledge, pp. 14–30.


Doloughan, Fiona J. (2009). Text design and acts of translation: the art of textual remaking and generic transformation. Translation and Interpreting Studies, 4(1) pp. 101–115.


Doloughan, Fiona (2006). Narratives of travel and the travelling concept of narrative: genre blending and the art of transformation. The Travelling Concept of Narrative, 1 pp. 134–144.


Doloughan, Fiona (2005). Reflections on the concept of 'voice' in translation. In Other Words: The Journal for Literary Translators(26) pp. 26–33.

Doloughan, Fiona (2005). "Reading Images, Telling Tales: Meaning-Making and the Culture of Narrativity". International Journal of Learning, 11 pp. 1697–1701.


Doloughan, Fiona J. (2004). The myth of the great return: memory, longing and forgetting in Milan Kundera's Ignorance. In: Hanne, Michael ed. Creativity in Exile. Rodopi Perspectives on Modern Literature (29). Amsterdam and New York, NY, U.S.: Rodopi, pp. 141–150.


Doloughan, Fiona J. (2002). The language of reflective practice in art and design. Design Issues, 18(2) pp. 57–64.

Doloughan, Fiona J. (2002). Translating the self: Ariel Dorfman's bilingual journey. Language and Intercultural Communication, 2(2) pp. 147–152.


Doloughan, Fiona (2001). Communication Skills and the Knowledge Economy: language, literacy and the production of meaning. Perspectives on Education Policy (11). London, U.K.: Institute of Education.

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