The 2014 University College Dublin Joyce Research Colloquium will mark the hundred year anniversary of Joyce’s first book by focusing its events this year on “The Centenary of Dubliners: Historical and Archival Approaches.” The Colloquium’s topics and goals are as follows:
The colloquium sets out to facilitate active exchange between graduate students and practitioners at all levels in the field of Joyce Studies and related fields. As always, we aim to provide a forum for the discussion of current and future developments in James Joyce Studies, but we particularly encourage the presentation and discussion of new insights and perspectives on Joyce’s work. While we want to highlight historical and archival contexts of Dubliners, all topics and approaches are welcome as always.
Confirmed plenary speakers include Hans Walter Gabler, Andrew Gibson, Frank McGuinness, and Vicki Mahaffey. Organizers are asking for panel and paper proposals, including a title, of fewer than 500 words to be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 3. Proposals should also include a brief narrative CV and a description of the proposer’s current work on Joyce. For more information visit the Colloquium’s webpage here.
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