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Table of Contents 50.1-2 (Fall 2012-Winter 2013) by jjqblog
December 10, 2014, 9:46 AM
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We are proud to announce our fiftieth anniversary issue, 50.1-2 (Fall 2012-Winter 2013), is available for ordering.  The double issue includes Perspectives from Editor Sean Latham and Managing Editor Carol Kealiher as well as articles selected from the tenures of our three editors, JJQ founder Thomas Staley, Robert Spoo, and Sean Latham.  The articles have been selected, with the help of the JJQ editorial board, because of their significance to Joyce studies throughout the years and each editor has included a brief introduction to their section.  The first section includes articles from Fritz Senn, Hugh Kenner, Florence L. Walzl, Michael Groden, and Shari Benstock.  The second section includes articles from Derek Attridge, Jennifer Wicke, Joseph Valente, and Jen Shelton.  The third section features articles from Roberta Jackson, Paul K. Saint-Amour, Daniel Ferrer, Finn Fordham, Gregory Castle, Julieann Veronica Ulin, Margot Norris, Patrick W. Moran, and Austin Briggs.   Also included is a selection of JJQ covers from throughout the years and a retrospective on the JJ Checklist from William S. Brockman and Jolanta Wawrzycka as well as JJ Checklist 119.  The usual Entertainment from Simon Loekle is accompanied by the answer key to the “Dublin Over” crossword puzzle contributed by David Ben Merre.   The issue’s book reviews are also included.

The table of contents with links to articles and abstracts from Project Muse is below.

PERSPECTIVES

Raising the Wind: The James Joyce Quarterly Turns 50
Sean Latham

A Look Back at the James Joyce Quarterly
Carol Kealiher

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ARTICLES

Section 1: 1963-1989

Fifty Years with Joyce
Thomas F. Staley

Notes & Comments
Thomas F. Staley

Seven Against Ulysses
Fritz Senn

Homer’s Sticks and Stones
Hugh Kenner

Molly’s Masterstroke
Hugh Kenner

Joyce’s “The Sisters”: A Development
Florence L. Walzl

“Cyclops” in Progress, 1919
Michael Groden

The Printed Letters in Ulysses
Shari Benstock

Section 2: 1989-1999

Preparatory to a Retrospective Arrangement …
Robert Spoo

Finnegans Awake: The Dream of Interpretation
Derek Attridge

Modernity Must Advertise: Aura, Desire, and Decolonization in Joyce
Jennifer Wicke

Thrilled by His Touch: Homosexual Panic and the Will to Artistry in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Joseph Valente

Père-version and Im-mère-sion: Idealized Corruption in A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and The Picture of Dorian Gray
Vicki Mahaffey

Bad Girls: Gerty, Cissy, and the Erotics of Unruly Speech
Jen Shelton

Section 3: 2001-Present

An Accidental Editorship
Sean Latham

The Open Closet in Dubliners: James Duffy’s Painful Case
Roberta Jackson

Soliloquy of Samuel Roth: A Paranormal Defense
Paul K. Saint-Amour

What Song the Sirens Sang … Is No Longer Beyond All Conjecture: A Preliminary Description of the New “Proteus” and “Sirens” Manuscripts
Daniel Ferrer

Lightning Becomes Electra: Violence, Inspiration, and Lucia Joyce in Finnegans Wake
Finn Fordham

Coming of Age in the Age of Empire: Joyce’s Modernist Bildungsroman
Gregory Castle

Fluid Boarders and Naughty Girls: Music, Domesticity, and Nation in Joyce’s Boarding Houses
Julieann Veronica Ulin

Possible Worlds Theory and the Fantasy Universe of Finnegans Wake
Margot Norris

An Obsession with Plenitude: The Aesthetics of Hoarding in Finnegans Wake
Patrick W. Moran

Joyce’s Drinking
Austin Briggs

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JJQ Cover Images Through the Years

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Checklist Retrospectives

“—Wait! Hist! Let us list!” (FW 571.34): Two Retrospectives on the “Current JJ Checklist” and Alan M. Cohn: Five Decades of Checklisting
William S. Brockman

Alan M. Cohn, Mentor
Jolanta Wawrzycka

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Current JJ Checklist (119)
William S. Brockman

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ENTERTAINMENTS

For the L of It!
Simon Loekle

Answers to “Dublin Over” Crossword Puzzle
David Ben-Merre

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REVIEWS

Collaborative “Dubliners”: Joyce in Dialogue edited by Vicki Mahaffey (review)
Greg Winston

Making Space in the Works of James Joyce edited by Valérie Bénéjam and John Bishop (review)
Andrew Thacker

European Joyce Studies 21: Joyce, Benjamin and Magical Urbanism edited by Maurizia Boscagli and Enda Duffy (review)
David P. Rando

Modernism and the New Spain: Britain, Cosmopolitan Europe, and Literary History by Gayle Rogers (review)
Jed Esty

Modernism and Style by Ben Hutchinson (review)
Scarlett Baron

Translation, Humour, and Literature. Translation and Humour, Volume 1 edited by Delia Chiaro, and: Translation, Humour, and the Media. Translation and Humour, Volume 2 edited by Delia Chiaro (review)
Patrick O’Neill

Marginal Modernity: The Aesthetics of Dependency from Kierkegaard to Joyce by Leonardo F. Lisi (review)
Andrew Goldstone

Reading Texts, Reading Lives: Essays in the Tradition of Humanistic Cultural Criticism in Honor of Daniel R. Schwarz edited by Helen Maxson and Daniel Morris (review)
Louise Hornby

Monumental Space in the Post-Imperial Novel: An Interdisciplinary Study by Rita Sakr (review)
Ellen Carol Jones

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CONTRIBUTORS

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