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Program for the Dublin James Joyce Research Colloquium by jjqblog
March 9, 2011, 10:00 AM
Filed under: Conferences, Lectures, & Schools

Luca Crispi has just sent along the program for this year’s James Joyce Research Colloquium hosted by UCD’s James Joyce Research Centre.  A report on this always energizing event will appear in an upcoming issues of JJQ.

FOURTH ANNUAL JAMES JOYCE

RESEARCH COLLOQUIUM,14–16 April 2011


Thursday, 14 April

John Hume Global Irish Institute, UCD

19.00–20.15 PROFESSOR JEAN-MICHEL RABATÉ : UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

“Crimes Against Fecundity”: Poe/Joyce

 

20.15–21.15 Reception

 

Friday, 15 April

Seminar Room, National Library of Ireland

10.30–11.45 DR CLARE HUTTON : LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY

Reading Ulysses in The Little Review


11.45–13.00 DR LUCA CRISPI : UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

Becoming the Blooms: Love, Sex, and Marriage

 

13.00-14.00 Lunch

 

14.00–15.15 DR SCARLETT BARON: MAGDALEN COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD

Joyce, Genealogy, and Intertextuality

 

15.15–15.30 Coffee/Tea Break

 

15.30–16.45 PROFESSOR ANNE FOGARTYL: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

“Why have women such eyes of witchery?”:

“Nausicaa” and Nineteenth-Century Women’s Fiction

 

Saturday 16 April

John Hume Global Irish Institute, UCD

10.15–11.30 DR JOHN NASH: DURHAM UNIVERSITY

At Home with James Joyce

 

11.30–12.45 DR SAM SLOTE: TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

The Gay Science of Finnegans Wake


12.45–13.30 Lunch

 

13.30–14.45 FRANK CALLANAN: DUBLIN

The Provenance of Harp and Harper in “Two Gallants”

14.45–15.00 Coffee/Tea Break

 

15.00–16.15 DR KATHERINE MULLIN: LEEDS UNIVERSITY

Anti-Treating is about the Size of It: Joyce, Drink, and the Rounds System

 

16.15–17.00 DR KATHERINE O’CALLAGHAN, CHAIR: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN


Roundtable Discussion: Current Approaches in Joyce Studies

Registration at this event is essential. For further information and

registration contact: joyceresearchcentre@ucd.ie

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