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  • Programme of Joyce Research Centre Events 2013–14:

The Sixth Annual UCD James Joyce Research Colloquium: 25–27 April 2013

Thursday, 25 April: Keynote

Dr Clare Hutton, Loughborough University: ‘The Development of Ulysses in Print, 1918–22’

Friday, 26 April: Marsh’s Library

Professor Anne Fogarty, University College Dublin: ‘“Soldiers of all arms on parade”: Ulysses and the First World War’

Panel 1: Joyce’s Punctuation:

Elizabeth Bonapfel, New York University: ‘Marking Realism in Dubliners

Dr Teresa Prudente, University of Turin: ‘“By dot and dash system”: Punctuation and the Void in “Ithaca”’

Dr Federico Sabatini, University of Turin: ‘The “Compunction” of Punctuation and (non-Euclidean) Geometry in Finnegans Wake

Panel 2: Avant-textes and Annotations

Jonathan McCreedy, University of Ulster, Coleraine: ‘Joyce’s Lost Wake Notebook: Self-references to his Compositional Method in Finnegans Wake I.5’

Barry Devine, University of Miami, Florida: ‘“Daren’t joke about the dead”: Joyce’s Emphasis on Humor in “Hades”’

Roland McHugh, Independent Scholar, Dublin: ‘Progress on the Annotations to Finnegans Wake

Terence Killeen, James Joyce Centre, Dublin: ‘From Notes to Text: Compositional Technique in Finnegans Wake[End Page 181]

Saturday, 27 April: Marsh’s Library

Dr Luca Crispi, University College Dublin: ‘Disembodying Ulysses

Panel 3: Distressing Intertextualities:

Siobhán Purcell, National University Ireland, Galway: ‘Eugenics and Degeneration in Stephen Hero

Mark Corcoran, National University Ireland, Galway: ‘Forming Form, Theme, and Style: Flaubert via Moore via Joyce’

Dr Philip Keel Geheber, Trinity College Dublin:’ Zola and Joyce: ‘Engendering Socio-Historical Encyclopedias’

Panel 4: Technology and Globalization:

Chih-hsien Hsieh, University College Dublin: ‘“Listens with Visible Effort”: Reading “Circe” as a Sound Film’

Pauric Havlin, Birkbeck, University of London: ‘“You see the folly of trying to contain writers inside passports”: Joyce and Salman Rushdie Accessing the World System’

Robert Kirschen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas: ‘Artistic Creation and Technology from James Joyce’s A Portrait to Salman Rushdie’s Fury

The Dublin James Joyce Summer School: 7–13 July 2013

Monday, 8 July

Professor Anne Fogarty, University College Dublin: ‘After Aughrim: History and Memory in “The Dead”’

Dr Aida Yared, Vanderbilt University: ‘Reading Ulysses as an Open Book’

Tuesday, 9 July

Dr Fritz Senn, Zurich James Joyce Foundation: ‘Logodaedalia or Evading the Obvious’

Dr Luca Crispi, University College Dublin: ‘Making Blooms’

Wednesday, 10 July

Dr Anne-Marie D’Arcy, Leicester University: ‘Mr Deasy, Dínsenchas, and the Nightmare of Partition

Professor Kevin Dettmar, Pomona College, ‘Joycean Irony’ [End Page 182]

Thursday, 11 July

Dr Katherine Ebury, Sheffield University: ‘“Mulrennan spoke to him about universe and stars”: Joyce and Astronomy’

Dr Oona Frawley, National University of Ireland, Maynooth: Location, Location, Location: Place and Property in Ulysses

Friday, 12 July

Dr Sara Crangle, University of Sussex: ‘Joyce’s Satire’

David Vichnar, Charles University: ‘Afterjoyce Revisited: Joyce and the Post-War Avantgarde’

Saturday, 13 July

Dr Teresa Prudente, University of Turin: ‘“Confined to certain Grammatical Rules of Accident”: “Ithaca” and Philosophical Grammar’

Scholarship Awards:

Swiss Scholarships:

Sabrina Alonso (University of Zurich/ Zurich Joyce Foundation)

Laura Cerri (University of Basel)

Sarah Gerber (University of Basel)

Oran McKenzie University of Geneva

Gabriel Renggli (University of York): Scholarship Sponsored by Embassy of Switzerland in Ireland

Regular Scholarships:

Somayeh Amin (Saarland University)

Lauren Benke (Trinity College Dublin)

Nick Collins (University of Warwick)

Tiffany Fajardo (Florida International University)

Katherine Lim (Georgetown University)

Madalena Lobo Antunes (University of Lisbon)

Ciaran McMorran (University of Glasgow)

Christoforos Pavlakis (University of Athens)

Sameera Siddique (Nanyang Technological University)

Barry Spence (University of Massachusetts, Amherst)

Stella Tan (University College London) [End Page 183]

UCD Scholarships:

John Conlan

Martin Gilroy

Neil Guerrin

Pauric Havlin

Dan McAleese

Jennifer Preston

Grace Watters

The Seventh Annual UCD James Joyce Research Colloquium: 10–12 April 2014

The Centenary of Dubliners: Historical, Digital, and Archival Approaches

Thursday, 10 April, Physics Theatre, Newman House:

Panel 1: Exploring Digital ‘Dubliners’:

Dr Scott Hamilton, University College Dublin: ‘“The Dead” iPad app’

Prof Joseph Nugent, Boston College: ‘Digital Dubliners

Andrew A. Kuhn, Boston College: ‘Dubliners Bookshelf’

Terence Killeen, James Joyce Centre, and Ed Mulhall, Independent Scholar: A Digital Model for Dubliners

Keynote 1:

Frank McGuinness in Conversation with Anne Fogarty

Friday, 10 April: Physics...


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