Dr Giulia Bruna

Giulia Bruna (MA, PhD) is a research associate of the UCD Humanities Institute. She lectured in the UCD School of English, Drama & Film and at the UCD Writing Centre. Her research interests are at the intersection among nineteenth- and twentieth-century Irish literature, travel writing studies, print and periodical culture of the Revival, and ecocriticism. Her monograph J. M. Synge and Travel Writing of the Irish Revival has recently been published by Syracuse University Press (2017). She has written on Synge, the Irish Revival, and Irish travel writing in journals and edited collections such as Studies in Travel Writing, Irish Studies Review, Studi Irlandesi: A Journal of Irish Studies, and Global Literary Journalism. She is the cofounder of the Irish Revival Network an interdisciplinary network of researchers working on the Irish Revival. In 2015 she also coedited the podcast series “Modalities of Revival” with UCD Scholarcast as well as a physical  and online exhibition on the Irish writer and revolutionary figure Thomas MacDonagh for UCD Library Special Collections. She currently lectures for the University Study Abroad Consortium (USAC) in Verona, Italy.


Publication List: https://ucd.academia.edu/GiuliaBruna

Email: giulia.bruna.ucd@gmail.com