Dublin James Joyce Summer School 2014

Dublin James Joyce Summer School 6-13 July 2014


Monday 7 July

9.30-10.45       Professor Anne Fogarty (University College Dublin)

‘The odour of ashpits and old weeds and offal’: The Transmission of Affects in Dubliners

11.15-12.30     Dr Matt Hayward (University of South Pacific)

Bloom’s Job: The Role of the Advertisement Canvasser in Joyce’s Dublin

14.00-16.00     Seminars


Tuesday 8 July

9.30-10.45       Dr Jed Esty (University of Pennsylvania)

                        ‘Grace’, Debt, and the Spirits of Capitalism

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

                        Hypophany or Joyce’s Low Key Expertise

                        14.00-16.00 Seminars


Wednesday 9 July

9.30-10.45       Dr John Brannigan (University College Dublin)

Archipelagic Joyce: Cultural Geographies of the Irish Sea in Joyce’s Work

11.15-12.30     Dr Luca Crispi (University College Dublin)

Molly, Mr Stanhope, Hester

14.00-16.00 Seminars


Thursday 10 July

9.30-10.45       Dr Serenella Zanotti (University of Roma Tre)

Avec la collaboration de l’auteur: James Joyce and his Translators

11.15-12.30     Professor Tim Conley (Brock University)

‘Curiously Correspondent with those Linea and Punctua’

14.00-16.00 Seminars


Friday 11 July

9.30-10.45       Ronan Crowley (University of Buffalo)

‘Books where you must read over twice’: Writing ‘Circe’ in 1920

11.15-12.30     Professor Margot Backus (University of Houston)

‘God Wants Blood Victim’: Bait, Entrapment, and Evasion in ‘Lestrygonians’

14.00-16.00 Seminars


Saturday 12 July

10.30-11.45     Dr Judith Harrington (California)

George Newnes, Tit-Bits, and the Nineteenth-Century Popular Press


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