Brandon Truett


Research Interests: 

Global/Transnational Modernisms; Twentieth-Century British, Spanish, and Catalan Literatures; Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury Group; gender and sexuality studies; 1930s politics; cosmopolitanism; critical theory


“Materializing the Fascist Aesthetic in Three Guineas.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany 85 (Spring 2014): 25-28. Special Issue on “Woolf and Materiality.” Ed. Derek Ryan.


Brandon Truett earned his BA with distinction in English from the University of South Carolina (2011), during which time he studied abroad at the Universidad de Granada. He most recently completed his MA in English from the University of Colorado at Boulder (2014).

Teaching Experience: 

2013: Teaching Assistant, ENGL1500: “The World in the Year 1000,” Dept. of English, CU-Boulder. 2011-12: Language and Culture Assistant, Generalitat de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain