Dr Giulia Bruna

Giulia Bruna (MA, PhD) is a Research Associate of the UCD Humanities Institute. She has 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. She is currently completing a monograph on J.M. Synge’s travel writing, and putting together a collection of essays on Thomas MacDonagh’s literary work. She has published essays on Synge and on Revival travel writing. Her article on Revival writers William Bulfin and Robert Lynd is forthcoming in Studies in Travel Writing (March 2016). She is the co-founder of the Irish Revival Network, an interdisciplinary network of researchers working on the Irish Revival. She has co-edited the Special Issue of the Irish Studies Review, “Organised Spaces: Revival Activism and Print Culture” (Vol. 22 n. 1, 2014), and the interdisciplinary podcast series “Modalities of Revival” with UCD Scholarcast (2015). She has recently curated a physical and online exhibition on the Irish writer and revolutionary figure Thomas MacDonagh with items from UCD Library Special Collections.


Academia.edu Profile: https://ucd.academia.edu/GiuliaBruna
giulia.bruna.ucd@gmail.com