NEW BOOK: New Spanish translation of Joyce’s “Pomes Penyeach and Other Verses”

Editor: José Ruiz Mas | Tirant Editorial A new edition of one of James Joyce’s least known works, “Pomes Penyeach” has just been published. It is based on the poetic translation into Spanish of the thirteen “pomes” originally published in 1927, a collection to which are added three other poems (“The Holy Office”, “Gas from a Burner” and “Ecce Puer”) that

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CFP: The XVII James Joyce Italian Foundation Conference in Rome

Joyce and Us Conference dates: 30-31 January 2025 DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: November 9, 2024 Keynote speakers: Organisers: Franca Ruggieri, Fabio Luppi, Enrico Terrinoni, Serenella Zanotti The James Joyce Italian Foundation invites proposals for the Sixteenth Annual Conference in Rome to celebrate Joyce’s 144th birthday. Richard Ellmann famously wrote that “we are still learning to be James Joyce’s contemporaries” and many decades

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VISITING SCHOLAR: Dr. John Bishop Memorial Visiting Scholar Fund (2024-2025)

Established by Dr. Joseph Valente, UB Distinguished Professor, Department of English, the Dr. John Bishop Memorial Visiting Scholar Fund award provides up to $2,000 for visiting scholars and graduate students whose research is centred on the writings of James Joyce, Modernism, Joyce-related research, Sylvia Beach, Modernist publishers, Modernist genetic criticism, Joyce’s literary circle, his literary colleagues, or his influences. This fund

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READING GROUP: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

The James Joyce Society invites you to join them in a chapter-by-chapter reading of A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, starting Feb. 13. Our guest facilitators for the group include Shinjini Chattopadyay, Gregory Erickson, Mike Opest, and Bob Spoo. Open to all, regardless of your experience reading Joyce. More information, schedule, and registration here: https://joycesociety.com/readinggroups

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CFP: Deadline Extension – International James Joyce Symposium

The deadline for proposals for the International James Joyce Symposium has been extended to Friday 16 February. ‘Across the Waters’, the 29th Joyce symposium, will be hosted by the University of Glasgow from 14 to 19 June 2024. Proposals for both individual papers and fully-formed panels on any theme related to the life, work, and reception of James Joyce are invited. If you would like to respond to

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SCHOLARSHIP: Friends of James Joyce Foundation

Young scholars, particularly students engaged in a specific project, are invited to apply for The Friends of the James Joyce Foundation Scholarship 2024 and spend one or two months at the Foundation, making full use of the library facilities and archives as well as exchanging ideas with residents and visiting experts. The scholarships are intended for researchers with a well-advanced

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CFP: Across the Waters – XXIX International James Joyce Symposium

ACROSS THE WATERS14–19 June 2024University of Glasgow For James Joyce, as for many Irishmen and women, Glasgow was the first city he saw beyond his native shores. During the Summer of 1894, Joyce crossed to Scotland from Dublin on a Duke Line steamer with his father. It was also the city where his last book, Finnegans Wake, was printed by the

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CFP: Prismatic Joyce

The XVI James Joyce Italian Foundation Conference in Rome  PRISMASTIC JOYCE Conference Dates: 1-2 February 2024 DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: November 12, 2023 SUCCESSFUL APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY NOVEMBER 26, 2023 Keynote speakers: §  Sun-Chieh Liang, National Taiwan Normal University §  Patrick Hersant, Université Paris 8 §  Fritz Senn, Zürich James Joyce Foundation Organisers: Franca Ruggieri, Fabio Luppi, Enrico Terrinoni, Serenella Zanotti The James

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NEW BOOK: Modern Irish and Scottish Literature: Connections, Contrasts, Celticisms

Richard Alan Barlow | Oxford University Press Modern Irish and Scottish Literature: Connections, Contrasts, Celticisms examines the various ways Irish and Scottish literatures have influenced each other from the 1760s to the contemporary era. By studying work in a variety of genres from figures such as James Macpherson, Walter Scott, Sydney Owenson, Augusta Gregory, W.B. Yeats, Fiona Macleod/William Sharp, James Joyce,

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