Dublin James Joyce Summer School 2007

Dublin James Joyce Summer School 8-15 July 2007

 

Monday 9 July

9.30-10.45       Professor Anne Fogarty (University College Dublin)

‘Gassing about the Invincibles’: Ulysses and the Phoenix Park Murders

11.15-12.30     Professor Michael Groden (University of Western Ontario)

Notes Towards a Biography of Ulysses

14.00-16.00     Seminars

 

Tuesday 10 July

9.30-10.45       Professor Sean Latham (University of Tulsa)

                        Joyce’s Modernities

11.15-12.30     Dr Fritz Senn (Zurich James Joyce Foundation)

                        Joycean Coincidence of Contraries

14.00-16.00     Seminars

 

Wednesday 11 July

9.30-10.45       Dr Katherine O’Callaghan (Paris 3, Sorbonne Nouvelle)

‘Far Calls and Beckoned Returns’: A Reading of the ‘Sirens’ Episode of Ulysses

11.15-12.30     Professor Dirk Van Hulle (University of Antwerp)

‘On the Whole only Holes Tied Together’: The ‘Woid’ Economy in the Manuscripts of Joyce and Beckett

14.00-16.00     Seminars

 

Thursday 12 July

9.30-10.45       Adrian Hardiman (Dublin)

Suspecting, Proving, Knowing: Four Cases of Unnatural Death in Joyce’s Works

11.15-12.30     Dr Vike Plock (University College Dublin)

                        ‘Nerves Overstrung’: Brainpower and Neuroscience in ‘Eumaeus’              

14.00-16.00     Seminars

 

Friday 13 July

9.30-10.45       Dr Sam Slote (Trinity College Dublin)

Before and After Science: On Joyce’s Use and Abuse of Astronomy

11.15-12.30     Professor Colin MacCabe (University of Pittsburgh)

                        From Imperialist Paralysis to the Liberation of the Race: Shakespeare to Joyce

14.00-16.00     Seminars

 

Saturday 14 July

10.30-11.45     Professor T. P. Dolan (University College Dublin)

Conversational Codes in Ulysses

 

We are grateful to the Department of Arts, Heritage, and the Gaeltacht for financial support