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BRUNA

GIULIA

UCD Humanities Institute Research Associate

University College Dublin, Ireland

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- Nineteenth- and Twentieth- Century British and Irish Literature
- The Irish Revival
- Travel Writing
- Periodical and Print Culture
- Ecocriticism
Teaching Areas
- Nineteenth- and Twentieth- Century British and Irish Literature
- Critical Theory
- Academic Writing
- Intercultural Communication
 BOOKS
Bruna, Giulia. J.M. Synge and Travel Writing of the Irish Revival. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2017 (http://syracuseuniversitypress.syr.edu/fall-2017/jm-synge-travel.html)

 EDITED BOOKS and ESSAY COLLECTIONS
Bruna, Giulia and Catherine Wilsdon, eds. Organized Spaces: Revival Activism and Print Culture. Special Issue of Irish Studies Review. 22.1. February 2014.

 BOOK CHAPTERS AND ARTICLES IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS
Bruna, Giulia. “The Irish Revival En Route: The Travel Writing of William Bulfin and Robert Lynd.” Studies in Travel Writing. Special Issue ‘Irish Travel Writers’. Eds. Éadaoin Agnew and Raphaël Ingelbien. Vol. 20, n. 2. (June 2016): 42-55. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13645145.2016.1168548.

Bruna, Giulia and Catherine Wilsdon. Editors’ Introduction, Organized Spaces: Revival Activism and Print Culture. Special Issue of Irish Studies Review. 22.1. February 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09670882.2013.871852

Bruna, Giulia. “‘In the Heart of the Roman Metropolis:’ An Italian Prologue to Synge’s Investigative Journalism.” Studi Irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies. Vol. 1. Florence: Firenze University Press, 2011. 147-156. http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/SIJIS-2239-3978-9704

Bruna, Giulia. “John Millington Synge's Travel Journalism: Reporting from the Fringes of Revival Ireland.” Global Literary Journalism. Exploring the Journalistic Imagination. Eds. Richard Keeble, John Tulloch. New York: Peter Lang, 2012. 347-361.

 PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
Bruna, Giulia. “‘I Like Not Lifting the Rags from my Mother Country for to Tickle the Sentiments of Manchester’: Synge’s Subversive Practice in In the Congested Districts.” The Politics of Irish Writings. Eds. Kateřina Jenčová, Michaela Marková, Radvan Markus, Hana Pavelková. Prague: Centre for Irish Studies Charles University, 2010. 46-56.

Bruna, Giulia. “On the Road In the Congested Districts with John Synge and Jack Yeats: Visual and Textual Shaping of Irishness.” Founder to Shore. Cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies. Eds. Shane Alcobia-Murphy, Lindsay Milligan and Dan Wall. Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies University of Aberdeen, 2010. 43-54.

 MULTIMEDIA
Bruna, Giulia. “Modalities of Revival – Irish Revival Network podcast series”. UCD Scholarcast. Series 12. March 2015. www.ucd.ie/scholarcast/series12.html (Guest Editor with Catherine Wilsdon)

Bruna, Giulia. “Thomas MacDonagh and the Irish Review.” Physical Exhibition in UCD Library and Special Collections, 29 June-October 2015. (Curator with Catherine Wilsdon)

Bruna, Giulia. “Revival to Revolution: the Literary Career of Thomas MacDonagh” online resource and exhibition http://revival2revolution.omeka.net (research, design, and curatorial work).

 REVIEWS
Bruna, Giulia. “Recovering the ‘Congested’ Districts” Review of J.M. Synge Travelling Ireland. Essays 1898-1908. Ed. Nicholas Grene. in Literary Journalism Studies Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 2010.
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