XXII North American James Joyce Conference: Call For Papers by jjqblog
November 5, 2010, 8:40 PM
Filed under: Conferences, Lectures, & Schools

The 2011 North American James Joyce Conference (12-16 June 2011), to be held at the Huntington Library in Los Angeles, has announced the theme for the upcoming conference: Joyce in Science and Art. Submissions should address the scientific and artistic aspects of Joyce’s work, considering the inception and/or influence of his works. Possible topics may include (but are not limited to):

  • Scientific foundations of Joyce’s work
  • The union of Bloom and Stephen under the designations “The Scientific. The Artistic”
  • Computers and textual editing
  • Physics and Joyce on the nature of things
  • Psychology and artistic creation
  • Creativity and the brain
  • Classification and ordering
  • Phenomenology and the senses
  • The history of natural science
  • The development of language
  • Evolution
  • Medicine
  • Painting and drawing
  • Sculpture and other plastic arts
  • Music, dance, and dramatic performance
  • Film and video (including YouTube)
  • Interior design
  • Cartoons, animation, and computer graphics

Please send submissions to Jim LeBlanc (JDL8@cornell.edu) no later than March 1, 2011. Submissions and presentations will be timed and limited to 15-20 minutes.

For more information about the conference, travel information, and registration, please visit the XXII North American James Joyce Conference website.

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