The James Joyce Centre are delighted to present this lecture by Terence Killeen on ‘A Portrait Without Perspective: Scenes From a Life’. Lectures begin at 6:30pm sharp. Places are free but limited – booking is essential! Reserve your place below or call us on 01 878 8547.
We are proud to present this lecture from our very own Terence Killeen, Research Scholar here at the James Joyce Centre. Terence Killeen has published widely on Joyce’s life and works. His Ulysses Unbound: A Reader’s Companion to James Joyce’s Ulysses was first published in 2004 and is now in it’s third edition. He also contributed an essay entitled […]
The James Joyce Centre is proud to present the schedule for this year’s Autumn/Winter Lecture Series. This season will see an impressive line-up of established scholars bring their various disciplinary interests to the table in a programme that touches on topics ranging from politics, history and music to the World Wide Web. Lectures take place […]
James Joyce Centre Research Scholar and author of Ulysses Unbound Terence Killeen will present the final lecture in our Dubliners Centenary.
The photographic exhibition ‘Lee Miller in James Joyce’s Dublin’ has been showing here at the James Joyce Centre since June of this year. As our final event as part of the exhibition the Holocaust Education Trust Ireland will be hosting a panel discussion on the links between the Holocaust and Dublin. One of the most […]