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Notes on Contributors

From: Dublin James Joyce Journal
Number 5, 2012
pp. vi-vii | 10.1353/djj.2012.0012

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Vincent Deane was founder-editor of A ‘Finnegans Wake’ Circular. He has written articles on Joyce for the James Joyce Broadsheet, European Joyce Studies, the Joyce Studies Annual, and the James Joyce Literary Supplement. He has co-edited nine volumes in TheFinnegans Wake Notebooks’ at Buffalo series, published by Brepols.

  

James Fraser is in the final stages of his PhD at the University of York. His investigation of the role of betrayal in the writings of James Joyce concentrates on the following themes: the precise connection between life and text, fact and fiction; Joyce’s construction of the role of the artist in an embattled culture; and his reliance on certain repeating structures in his fiction. He organized ‘Outside his jurisfiction’: Joyce’s Non-Fiction, an international conference at the University of York in Spring 2012.

  

Adrian Hardiman, Mria, a History graduate of UCD, has been a Judge of the Supreme Court since 2000. He has written on both the litigation about Ulysses and the legal content of the book itself. His essays include ‘Law Crime and Punishment in Bloomsday Dublin’, Journal of the Irish Legal History Society, (forthcoming, 2013), a general survey of the thirty-two legal actions, civil and criminal, in Ulysses; ‘The Trial of Ulysses 1933’, Dublin University Law Journal (2011); and ‘ “A Gruesome Case”: James Joyce’s Dublin Murder Case’, in Librarians, Poets and Scholars: A Festschrift for Dónall Ó Luanaigh (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2007). He is working on a comprehensive treatment of law in Joyce’s works, provisionally entitled Joyce’s Jurisfiction.

  

Matthew Hayward completed his PhD at the University of Durham in 2012. His thesis is titled ‘Advertising and Dublin’s Consumer Culture in James Joyce’s Ulysses’. He takes up as position as lecturer in Literature at the University of the South Pacific in 2013.

  

Vivien Igoe is author of James Joyce’s Dublin Houses & Nora Barnacle’s Galway (Dublin: Lilliput, 2007); A Literary Guide to Dublin (London: Methuen, 1994); City of Dublin (Hampshire: Pitkin, 1997), and Dublin Burial Grounds and Graveyards (Dublin: Wolfhound, 2001). She is a regular contributor to ‘Sunday Miscellany’ on RTE Radio 1. A former Curator of the James Joyce Museum, she was chair of the James Joyce Institute of Ireland from 1980–5. She was European Secretary of the James Joyce Foundation and was involved with the [End Page vi] organization of the First and Second International James Joyce Symposia held in Dublin in 1967 and 1969. The Lilliput Press, Dublin, will publish her book on the real people in Ulysses in 2013.

  

Liam Lanigan received his doctorate from University College Dublin in 2011 for his dissertation entitled ‘“An Engineer at Work”?: Reading James Joyce in the Context of Urban Planning’. He currently teaches at UCD, where he has lectured on the MA in Anglo-Irish Literature. He has also taught at National University of Ireland, Maynooth, and the University of Kaposva’r, Hungary.

  

Camilla Mount is completing her PhD at King’s College, London. Her thesis explores the role of print media and the representation of the public sphere in Ulysses.

  

Christine O’Neill is a researcher, editor, and translator who works at the Irish Museum of Modern Art in Dublin. A trustee of the International James Joyce Foundation, she regularly teaches at the Dublin James Joyce Summer School. Her publications include Joycean Murmoirs: Fritz Senn on James Joyce (Dublin, 2007); ‘“God’s real name was God”: Where Does that Leave the Foreign Reader?’, in A Joyceful of Talkatalka: From Friendshapes for Rosa Maria Bolletieri Bosinelli, edited by Raffaella Baccolini (Bologna: Bononia University Press, 2011); and ‘From Náchod to Dublin via Prague & Brno: A European Wakean called Petr Škrabánek’, in Praharfeast: James Joyce in Prague, edited by David Vichnar, David Spurr, and Michael Groden (Prague: Litteraria Pragensia, 2012).

  

Fritz Senn has been in charge of the Zürich James Joyce Foundation since 1985. He has written articles, glosses, scholia on Joyce and related subjects. His latest publications are Joycean Murmoirs: Fritz Senn on James Joyce, edited by Christine O’Neill (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2007), Ulyssean Close-ups, Piccola Biblioteca Joyciana 2 (Roma: Bulzoni Editore, 2007), and Noch Mehr über Joyce: Streiflichter (Frankfurt am...


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