Julieann Veronica Ulin is Associate Professor of British and American Modernism. She received her Ph.D. in English from the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame, where she was the Edward Sorin Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities from 2007-2009. She holds a MA in English from Fordham University and a BA in English from Washington and Lee University. Her work has appeared in American Literature, Joyce Studies Annual, James Joyce Quarterly, Women's Studies Quarterly, Hungry Words: Images of Famine in the Irish Canon (Irish Academic Press), Richard Wright: New Readings for the 21st Century (Palgrave), Open Graves, Open Minds: Representations of Vampires and the Undead from the Enlightenment to the Present (Manchester University Press). She authored the introduction to Race and Immigration in the New Ireland (2013) which she also co-edited. Her monograph Medieval Invasions in Modern Irish Literature (2014) explores the recurrence of twelfth century Irish history in Ireland's modern literature. Her most recent research explores the film versions of Roddy Doyle's novels, Ernest Hemingway's representation of the art market in his posthumously published work, and the design and development of Irish postage stamps in the years following Irish independence.