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Maggie Cregan

Salut! I'm Maggie Cregan, a soon-to-be graduate of Syracuse University's French department. After graduation I'm headed for Brussels, where I'll spend the summer working in a hostel, and I hope to work in translation full-time within the next few years. Aside from translating for Global Voices, I'm finishing up my French-to-English translation of J.-M.G. Le Clézio's short story collection “Printemps et autres saisons.” I also tutor at a community center for refugees on Syracuse's North Side, where I work primarily with Somali and other East African high school girls.

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Latest posts by Maggie Cregan

A Side-by-Side Look at Prison Life in France and Madagascar

The life of prisoners in Madagascar and France.

The Ugliness of Counterterrorism at France’s Borders

A Guinean blogger shares her experience at the hands of French border police.

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