Areas of Interest:
Irish literature; Modernism; Postcolonial literatures and theory; Critical theory; and the Anthropocene
MA James Madison University
MS Rowan University
BA Rowan University
BA West Virginia University
Julian Breandán Dean works on Irish literatures in both English and Irish as well as global decolonial literatures in English. His current work focuses on the intersection of the occult in decolonial projects and how various decolonial writers give voice to the dead. He has recently been awarded the New Scholar's Prize from the Irish Society for Theatre Research.
Book Review: W.B Yeats’s Robartes-Aherne Writings: Featuring the Making of his “Stories of Michael Robartes and His Friends.” Edited by Wayne K. Chapman. Irish Studies Review 24.2.
“Mysticism, Utopia, and the Nation in WB Yeats and Jorge Louis Borges.” Ireland and Latin America Conference: “The Idea of a Nation and Narratives of Independence.” Santiago, Chile. Dec. 9-12, 2018.