Iryna Odrekhivska

Position: Associate Professor, Translation Studies and Contrastive Linguistics named after Hryhoriy Kochur Department

Scientific degree: Candidate of Philological Sciences

Academic status: Associate Professor

Phone (office): (032) 239-43-74


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Research interests

  • Historiosophy of Translation in Central and Eastern European Traditions
  • Translational Hermeneutics
  • Ideology, Politics and Ethics of Translation “in the Other Europe”
  • Complexity of Translation in Literary Periodicals
  • Contemporary Ukrainian Literature in English Translation



Selected works: 

  • Odrekhivska, Iryna (2017). Consolidating Anton Popovič’s “metacommunicational context of translation” as a conceptual cluster.’s_metacommunicational_context_of_translation_as_a_conceptual_cluster



Associate Professor in Translation Studies, Translation and Cultural Studies Scholar, Translator and Literary Editor. 

  • 2019 Wayne Vucinich Fellow (CREEES), Stanford University
  • Сoimbra Research Fellow, Institute of Translation Studies, University of Graz (2018).
  • Associate at the Nida School of Translation Studies, 2018.
  • PhD in Translation Studies (Ukrainian title: кандидат філологічних наук (10.02.16 – перекладознавство), Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, 2015
  • MA in Translation Studies and Philology, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2008
  • MA in International Relations, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, 2010
  • Member of European Society for Translation Studies (2014 – present), Visiting Lecturer (Erasmus Teaching mobility program) at the Department of Semiotics, Tartu University (2017), Participant in the fellowships at Warsaw and Vienna Universities (2007).
  • Author of nearly 40 publications, among them – contributions to 2 collective monographs (published in Cambridge University Press and in Berlin, Frank & Timme), about 10 papers in international journals and versatile publications in the Ukrainian academic press.
  • Speaker at International conferences (Austria, Belgium, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia).