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2011 Fourth Annual James Joyce Research Colloquium 14–16 April

Thursday, 14 April: Keynote Address:

Professor Jean-Michel Rabaté (University of Pennsylvania): ‘ “Crimes Against Fecundity”: Poe/Joyce

Friday, 15 April:

Dr Clare Hutton (Loughborough University): ‘Reading Ulysses in The Little Review
Dr Luca Crispi (University College Dublin): ‘Becoming the Blooms: Love, Sex, and Marriage’
Dr Scarlett Baron (Magdalen College, University of Oxford): ‘Joyce, Genealogy, and Intertextuality’
Professor Anne Fogarty (University College Dublin): ‘ “Why have women such eyes of witchery?”: “Nausicaa” and Nineteenth-Century Women’s Fiction’

Saturday 16 April:

Dr John Nash (Durham University): ‘At Home with James Joyce’
Dr Sam Slote (Trinity College Dublin): ‘The Gay Science of Finnegans Wake
Frank Callanan, SC (Dublin): ‘The Provenance of Harp and Harper in “Two Gallants” ’
Dr Katherine Mullen (Leeds University): ‘Anti-Treating is about the Size of It: Joyce, Drink, and the Rounds System’
Dr Katherine O’Callaghan, Chair (University College Dublin): ‘Roundtable Discussion: Current Approaches in Joyce Studies’

Scholarship Holders:

  • Esra Aydin, University of Mersin, Turkey
  • Chloe Butlin, Hull University
  • Mark Corcoran, National University of Irleand, Galway
  • Katherine Ebury, York University
  • Brian Fox, Royal Holloway University
  • James Fraser, York University
  • Igor Jurilj, Zagreb University,
  • Rudy Katoch, Nottingham University
  • Jonathan McCreedy, Ulster University, Coleraine
  • Fatima Morgado, University of Coimbra
  • Vaclav Paris, University of Pennsylvania
  • Niko Pomakis, University Erlangen-Nuremberg
  • Guillermo Sanz, Seville and Antwerp Universities

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