James Joyce Gazette

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Clever, Very: Richard Barlow - James Joyce Quarterly

<i>As part of our “Clever, Very” series, we recently interviewed Richard Barlow, an assistant professor at Nanyang Technological University and author</i> …

Nanyang Technological University

Hans Walter Gabler Honorary Trustee Announcement

The International James Joyce Foundation is pleased to announce that Hans Walter Gabler has been elected as an Honorary Trustee, a position reserved …

University of London

James Joyce on the Ormeau Road

Joyce in the Ormeau<p>Readings from Joyce’s early poems, his most scabrous Limericks, a special dramatised extract from ‘The Dead’ and of course Molly …

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Edmund Burke: Constructing the Father of Conservativism

Conservatism is a disposition, not a political doctrine. It is difficult to avoid this implication in statements such as that of Robert Michels (in …


The Dead, 1904 Will Return to New York for Its Third Consecutive Year

Irish Repertory Theatre in association with The American Irish Historical Society have announced the return of <i>The Dead, 1904</i> for its third …

Dining Rooms

Margaret Stokes

A talented artist and antiquary, born in Dublin, Margaret McNair Stokes lived in the city most of her life. The family had a large Georgian house at …



LA NIT DE MOLLY BLOOM <br>dissabte, 1 de desembre de 2018, 21.00 h<p>Benvinguts al nostre sistema de venda d'entrades online.<br>Aquí podreu obtenir les vostres …

This photo taken by my father in 1962, would have been just after the Joyce Tower @JoyceTower was opened by Sylvia Beach. Another gem from his archive which is being painstakingly scanned by one of my sisters in Ottawa. https://t.co/8xgGcGCv4n

Episode 64: Blind Man's Bluff Frank Delaney's Re: Joyce podcast


Classics Out of Ireland Series: The Three Aristotles of James Joyce

James Joyce once declared, “In my opinion the greatest thinker of all times is…

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Careers at MoLI

Classics Out of Ireland Series: JoyceSong: The Irish Songs of James Joyce

The works of James Joyce contain hundreds of references to traditional Irish songs. John Feeley and…

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Trustee Elections

We are pleased to announce the following candidates have been nominated as trustees of the International James Joyce Foundation. All current members …

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Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, the Dada Baroness Who Invented the Readymade

Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven, <i>God</i>, c. 1917. Courtesy of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.Baroness von Freytag-Loringhoven. Courtesy of the Library of …


Whilst my office may still be a work in progress, I wouldn’t call it ‘Incomplete’... #abodeofbliss #plumtreespottedmeat #jamesjoyce https://t.co/V1EMaIBU2R

When friends travel to celebrate your birthday 🌈❤️🌈 #wakepages #finnshotel https://t.co/vCIQ4fWuXn

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70<p>Sean Scully<p>POMES PENYEACH<p><b>Estimate</b> Artist's Resale RightPurchase of lots marked with this symbol will be subject to the payment of the artist's …


Excellent Connections Alumni Mag @MoLI_Museum describing the partnership btw @ucddublin and @NLIreland creating ‘something completely unexpected.’ Looking forward @simplesimon_ie @kellehmv @kmcsharry ⭐️⭐️⭐️ https://t.co/7nhcEF4JhV

A Fire in the Brain

<i>Lucia</i>, by Alex Pheby, Galley Beggar Press, 276 pp, £9.99, ISBN: 978-1910296882<p>What remains of Lucia Joyce? No words or many words? Is she everywhere …

How unreadable are James Joyce's novels?

Written by Mario Cortina Borja on 25 June 2014.<p>{source}<br><script language="javascript" type="text/javascript" …


Ed Mulhall

The James Joyce Centre are delighted to welcome Ed Mulhall to open our 2018 Autumn/Winter Lecture Series with a talk on the serialisation of James …

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BBC Radio 4 Extra - The Playlist Series, James Joyce's Playlist

James Joyce had a fine singing voice and earned money singing professionally as a young man. All his life he sang for friends; he sang to his desperately sick young brother, dying of typhoid; he sang to his mother on her deathbed. He sang to Nora, and she sang to him - their songs becoming a part …

Exploring Ireland and the Book of Kells - Online Course

Online course<p>The Book of Kells: Exploring an Irish Medieval Masterpiece<p>Discover medieval Ireland using the Book of Kells, a ninth-century manuscript …


Copies of some books that Joyce, wandering in Restoration drama, read in the @ZBZuerich. https://t.co/P5iFzn2JLL

@JJ_Gazette @ZBZuerich Then there’s the daddy of them all. Victor Bérard’s ‘Les Phéniciens et l’Odyssée’ (1902–3). Vol. 1 pictured here. https://t.co/9HAhlFrcdb

James Joyce’s Baby Talk (and Swift’s and Lear’s)

I don’t know that much about what babies actually say. I don’t have any. The ones I’ve seen in people’s apartments didn’t say anything. In one of my poems, I call babies “the crying people.” Heard plenty of that. The ones who <i>said</i> things were a bit older. The tiny ones gurgle.<p>It doesn’t matter. When …


Episode 63: A Lot Of Nonsense Frank Delaney's Re: Joyce podcast


Call for papers

Archive for the ‘Call for papers’ Category<p><b>Joyce’s Feast of Languages</b><p><b>The XII James Joyce Italian Foundation Conference in Rome</b><p><b>Conference Dates:</b> …

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Anthony Burgess and the Censorship of Ulysses - The International Anthony Burgess Foundation

Reading <i>Ulysses</i> by James Joyce was perhaps the first time that Anthony Burgess had experienced forbidden literature. He first read <i>Ulysses</i> as a school …

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