Dr Manu Braganca

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.

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.