To celebrate the 100th anniversary of Joyce’s seminal short story collection Dubliners, the James Joyce Centre is delighted to announce the details of a series of special free talks to take place throughout 2014. To reserve your place please contact the Centre by telephone 01-8788547 or email info@jamesjoyce.ie. All lectures start at 6.30pm.


Monday, January 6

Professor Declan Kiberd (University of Notre Dame)

Dubliners: The First Hundred Years


Monday, February 3

The James Joyce Birthday Lecture

Frank Callanan, S. C. (Independent Scholar)

Dubliners and Joyce’s Nationalism


Monday, March 3

Dr Eilis ni Dhuibhne (Novelist & Short Story Writer)

Dubliners: A writer’s perspective


Monday, April 7

Dr Gerry Smyth (Liverpool John Moores University)

Betrayal and the Everyday in Dubliners


Monday, September 1

Caroline Elbay (Champlain College Dublin)

Whores, Mothers and Others: Women in Dubliners


Monday, October 6

Professor Anne Fogarty (UCD)

“Damn it, can’t we Irish play fair”?: Parnellism and the myth of Parnell in ‘Ivy Day in the Committee Room’


Monday, November 3

Dr Katherine O’Callaghan (TCD)

Faintly illuminating the cadence of the air: the role of song in Joyce’s ‘The Dead


Monday, December 1

Terence Killeen (JJC Research Scholar)

Imaginary Dubliners


Admission Free – Limited Seating – Booking Essential
35 North Great George’s St,
Dublin 1

PH:     01 878 8547 
Email: info [at] jamesjoyce.ie