Dr Manu Braganca

Assistant Professor
School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics
University College Dublin
E-mail: manu.braganca@ucd.ie
Page: http://www.ucd.ie/research/people/languagescultureslinguistics/drmanubraganca/

Fields of interest:

  • memory,
  • intellectual autobiography,
  • emotions,
  • war,
  • contemporary literature, art, and culture

Recent publications:

Penser la violence en France au XXIe siècle, special issue of Modern & Contemporary France (Taylor & Francis/Routledge), 24-4 (2016). Co-editor;

The Long Aftermath: Cultural legacies of Europe at War, 1936-2016 (Oxford: Berghahn, 2015). Co-editor;

Penser la guerre au XXIe siècle, special issue of French Studies Bulletin 37 (Oxford University Press), (2015). Co-editor;

Moving beyond the rhetoric of provocation: the French and the Second World War in the novels of the Hussards (1949-1954)’, Journal of War & Culture Studies (Maney), 8.3 (2015): pp. 228-239;

Faire parler les morts: sur Jan Karski et la controverse Lanzmann-Haenel [Making the Dead Speak], Modern & Contemporary France, (Taylor & Francis), 23-1 (2015): pp. 35-46;

Vichy, un passé qui ne passe pas?, French Cultural Studies (SAGE), 25.3 (2014), pp. 309-319;

Deconstructing the “good German” in French best-sellers published in the aftermath of the Second World War, Representing the ‘Good German’ in Literature and Culture after 1945, ed. by P. O’Dochartaigh & C. Schonfeld (Rochester, N.Y.: Camden House, 2013): pp. 170-183;

Mnemosyne and Mars: Artistic and Cultural Representations of 20th Century Europe at war (CSP, 2013). Co-editor;

Le Survivant de la Shoah face au texte de fiction: un écran protecteur ou un écran projecteur? [Holocaust Survivors and fiction: a screen to protect from or to project memories?], French Cultural Studies (SAGE), 23.1 (February 2012), pp.79-90;