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Dr Manu Braganca


Manu Braganca

Lecturer/Assistant Professor
School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics
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University College Dublin, School of Languages Cultures and Linguistics, Newman Building Belfield Dublin 4


My academic background is in French political and cultural history (Research Masters awarded with a distinction, Université Paris-Ouest, France; and PhD, QUB, UK), and my research spans three main areas: -French historiography and memories of the Second World War; -Wars in Europe in the XXth Century; -ideology, emotions and collective memories. My main publications, to date, are: - Hitler in French History and Fiction (Palgrave 2019, forthcoming); - Writing Vichy: Ego-Histories of France and the Second World War (Palgrave 2018); - The Long Aftermath: Cultural Legacies of Europe at War, 1936-2016 (Berghahn, 2018, 2nd edition); - Mnemosyne and Mars: Artistic and Cultural Representations of Twentieth-Century Europe at War (CSP 2013); - La crise allemande du roman français, 1945-1949 (Peter Lang 2012). I am on the editorial board of the journal Open Cultural Studies(De Gruyter), an editor of H-France, and a Committee Member of the United Kingdom Sartre Society (UKSS) and the ADEFFI.


  • PhD
    Queen's University of Belfast
  • Prof Cert University Teaching & Learning
    University College Dublin


  • Postgraduate Teaching Certificate
    University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland1 Jun 2018