The 2014 Zurich James Joyce Foundation’s Workshop, running August 3-9, seeks to investigate ways in which the concepts of walking and wandering are pertinent to Joyce and his work. The workshop’s description lists topics such as “’walking repeatedly in several different directions,’ Wandering (Aengus, Rocks, …), Topography, Orientation, Erring,” etc. As always, the Zurich Workshop insists on personal interactivity during sessions, and participants are encouraged to structure their contributions to stimulate feedback and dialog rather than read their work or lecture. Organizers have limited enrollment in the workshop to twenty individuals. The workshop costs Swiss Fr. 150, which covers the week’s activities including a boat trip on Lake Zurich and a dinner. To reserve a spot at the workshop contact Fritz Senn by email via email@example.com and include the word “stambuling” in the subject line to ensure the message isn’t overlooked. Click here for more information on the Foundation, the 2014 Workshop, and to see a record of past workshop topics.
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