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G&S Typesetters PDF proof Contributors KERI ELIZABETH AMES is a scholar of world literature. She received her doctorate from the Committee on Social Thought at the University of Chicago, where she learned Greek with David Grene and wrote a thesis entitled “The Convergence of Homer’s Odyssey and Joyce’s Ulysses.” She is also published in The James Joyce Literary Supplement and has essays forthcoming in a volume of European Joyce Studies edited by Colleen Jaurretche and in Twenty-First Joyce, edited by Ellen Carol Jones and Morris Beja, to be published by the University Press of Florida in 2004. She has lectured in a wide variety of venues, including the 18th International Joyce Symposium, the Association of Literary Scholars and Critics, the Zürich James Joyce Foundation, the New York Joyce Society, and Harvard University. She has taught at Connecticut College, the College of the University of Chicago, and in Joyce summer school at University College Dublin . She spent last spring as a visiting scholar at the Zürich James Joyce Foundation and now continues her affiliation there as a Research Associate. She is currently a lecturer in Directed Studies at Yale University and working on her first book on Joyce and Homer. GARETH JOSEPH DOWNES received his Ph.D. from the University of St. Andrews in 2001 for a thesis on Joyce, Catholicism and Bruno. A recipient of an IJJF Symposium Scholarship in 2000, he has published articles on Joyce and David Jones. JÜRGEN E. GRANDT is a Robert E. Park Teaching Fellow at the University of Georgia. He has published articles on Frederick Douglass , Alice Dunbar-Nelson, and Jessie Fauset and is currently working on a book-length project on jazz aesthetic in African American narrative. MICHAEL GRODEN is Professor of English at the University of Western Ontario. He is the author of “Ulysses” in Progress (1977) and the general editor of The James Joyce Archive (1977–79). He is currently co-director of Digital “Ulysses”: An Annotated Hypertext and Manuscript Archive and co-editor of two forthcoming books: Genetic 09-T2928-CTB 3/3/04 11:03 AM Page 183 G&S Typesetters PDF proof Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes and the second edition of The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism. TERENCE KILLEEN is a journalist with The Irish Times. He has written and lectured widely on Joyce-related matters, and is a trustee of the International James Joyce Foundation. He is currently writing a guide to “Ulysses,” to coincide with the Bloomsday centenary celebrations. FRIEDHELM RATHJEN is a free-lance literary critic, writer, translator , and Joycean. He is the editor of In Principle, Beckett is Joyce and the author of ten books in the German language, the most recent ones being a collection of essays, Dritte Wege: Kontexte für Arno Schmidt und James Joyce, and an introduction to Joyce for German readers which will be published by Bloomsday 2004. His translations include excerpts from Finnegans Wake, several classics of English and American Literature (Moby-Dick, Treasure Island, Huckleberry Finn, Mayan Letters, poems by Gertrude Stein), the Lewis and Clark journals, and various contemporary writers (Christopher Buckley, Tom Murphy, Jonathan Ames, Aris Fioretos, James Hamilton-Paterson, Evan Dara, William T. Vollmann, Katie Roiphe). PHILIP SICKER is professor of English at Fordham University. He has published numerous articles on Joyce, Lawrence, Eliot, Mann and Nabokov, and he is currently at work on a book-length study of sight and visual representation in Ulysses. I want to thank the contributing authors, advisory editors, and UT Press. I have enjoyed navigating the wandering rocks of publication with you. Special thanks to Dr. Tom Staley for his leadership and enthusiasm , and for providing the opportunity to engage all things Joycean. Richard B. Watson Managing Editor 184 contributors 09-T2928-CTB 3/3/04 11:03 AM Page 184 ...


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