Links to scholarly articles around the web

 

icons-10Below is a list of articles and website resources that pertain to Joyce’s life and work. They are listed alphabetically under the name of the author/website.

 

 

Arndt, Melanie

 

Joyce’s Hero Mythicized: Charles Stuart Parnell

 

Attridge, Derek

 

Post-Modern Joyce: Chance, Coincidence and the Reader

 

Birkett, Jennifer

 

French Feminists and Anglo-Irish Modernists: Cixous, Kristeva, Beckett and Joyce

 

Clarke, Rev. Timothy D.

 

The Dedalus Factor: Einstein’s Science and Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist

 

Colligan, Dr. Mimi

 

Bloomusic

 

Conley, Tim

 

Joyce’s Bad Words

 

Doyle, John

 

“A Would-be Dirty Mind”: D.H. Lawrence as an Enemy to Joyce

 

Duszenko, Andrzej

 

The Joyce of Science: Quantum Physics and Relativity Theory in Finnegans Wake

 

 

Fin Wake – an online annotated version of Finnegans Wake with explanations of difficult phrases as you hover over highlighted words

 

Fitch, Lynette Elizabeth

 

Bloom Bewitched: Fear of Female Sexuality in ‘Circe’

 

Godfrey, Michael

 

With An Ancient Greek Gloss on It

 

Harvey, Phillip

 

Musical Joyce

 

Hill, Sylvie

 

His Cheeks Were Aflame: Masturbation, Sexual Frustration and Artistic Failure in Joyce’s Portrait of Stephen Dedalus

 

Hofbauer, Randy

 

The Tool of the Martyr: A Study of Epiphany in James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

 

 

James Joyce Music – information on the music in Joyce’s work

 

James Joyce Notes – an open journal that deals with Ulysses and earlier works to provide notes on the text

 

Journal of Modern Literature Winter 1998/1999 – a repository of the issues of this journal that were dedicated to Joyce

 

Joyce’s Dublin – a series of podcasts produced by University College Dublin explores ‘The Dead’ and its connection with archival material in the University

 

 

Kane, Jean

 

Imperial Pathologies: Medical Discourse and Drink in Dubliners’ “Grace” Abstract

 

Kelleher, John V.

 

Perceptions of Joyce

 

Klein, Scott W.

 

James Joyce and Avant-Garde Music

 

Pierre Menard, Author of Ulysses

 

Levin, Harry

 

James Joyce

 

Marsh, Roger

 

Finnegans Wake – The Purest Blarney You Never Heard

 

Mathewes, Jeff

 

Joyce Lost in Opryland: Labyrinthian Connections in ‘Wandering Rocks’ and Robert Altman’sNashville

 

New York Times Archive – links to all of the articles and reviews written on Joyce in the NYT

 

O’Dwyer, Davin

 

Searching For Cyberspace: Joyce, Borges and Pynchon

 

Palmer, Alex

 

Profound Silence: The Irish Language in the First Stories of Dubliners

 

Richardson, Brian

 

Make it Old: Lucian’s A True Story, Joyce’s Ulysses, and Homeric Patterns in Ancient Fiction

 

Ricorso – a resource on Irish Literature

 

Rosenbloom, Eric

 

A Word in Your Ear

 

Witches Brew

 

Rowntree, Stephan

 

Joyce’s Ulysses, A Schopenhauerian and Freudian Reading

 

Schwaber, Paul

 

The Anxious Narrator of ‘Oxen in the Sun’

 

Shammas, James T.

 

Seeing Cézanne Through Joyce’s Eyes: The Large Bathers

 

Steinberg, Faith

 

“The Sisters” and the Case of the Broken Chalice

 

Theall, Donald

 

THE HIEROGLYPHS OF ENGINED EGYPSIANS: Machines, Media and Modes of Communications in Finnegans Wake

 

The Ohio State University Joyce Foundation – includes helpful information on Joyce’s bibliography and the bibliography of work on Joyce

 

Tofts, Darren

 

‘Where are we at all? and whenabouts in the name of space?’

 

Valente, Francesca

 

Joyce’s Dubliners as Epiphanies

 

Warren, Lynsey

 

An Analysis of the Use of Musical Allusions in James Joyce’s Dubliners

 

Weiss, Dan

 

Understanding the (Net) Wake

 

Weiss, Stephen

 

Joyce and the Khazars

 

Wilder, Thornton

 

Giordano Bruno’s Last Meal in Finnegans Wake

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