Filed under: Conferences, Lectures, & Schools
The Dublin James Joyce Centre has announced the schedule for its 2010 autumn lecture series. The schedule includes four speakers, led off on Tuesday 21 September by Angelo Bottone from University College Dublin who will deliver a talk on “John Henry Newman’s Idea of a University: from the 1850’s to Joyce.” The talk is open to the public and admission is free.
Three other speaker are scheduled to appear this fall:
- Myles Dungan, “Victorian Chameleon: James O’Connor and Parnellite Invincibility”
- Nicholas Greene, “Shaw, Joyce and the Habit of Derision”
- Terence Killeen, “Joyce as Journalist/Journalism in Joyce”
A complete schedule, including dates and times can be found in the Centre’s current newsletter.