Dr Manu Braganca
Telephone: 028 9097 3287
My academic background is in French history (Research Masters awarded with a distinction, Université Paris-Ouest) and French literature and culture (PhD, QUB), and my research spans two main areas: French historiography and memories of the Second World War; and the links between ideology, fiction and emotions. Broadly speaking, my methodology combines cultural history, narratology, and reader-response criticism.
France, Vichy an Me
British Academy-funded project
Select publications (since 2014):
(Berghahn, Oxford). Co-editor and co-author of the introduction with Dr Peter Tame.
• ‘Penser la violence au XXIe siècle’
Modern & Contemporary France (Taylor & Francis, forthcoming). Co-editor and co-author of the introduction with Dr Owen Heathcote (University of Bradford).
Journal of War & Culture Studies, 8-3 (Taylor & Francis)
Modern & Contemporary France, 18-3 (Taylor & Francis);
French Studies Bulletin, 36-137 (Oxford University Press). Co-editor and co-author of the introduction with Dr Gavin Bowd (St Andrews).
French Cultural Studies (SAGE : November 2014), pp. 309-319;