James Hadley is Ussher Assistant Professor in Literary Translation at Trinity College Dublin. He is the Director of the College’s master’s degree in Literary Translation, which is based at the Trinity Centre for Literary and Cultural Translation. After studying Japanese and Computing at the undergraduate level and later Buddhism and Translation Studies at the master’s level, James completed a PhD in Translation Studies in 2013. Since then, James has become known as one of the leading theoretical researchers in indirect translation, or the translation of translations. James is a strong proponent of using computer-based tools in the production of translation research. James Hadley is also very interested in practices that stretch our casual assumptions about what translation is and how it functions.